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By o82239, Member on 23rd October 2012, 08:38 PM
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4th August 2013, 02:10 PM |#61  
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cannot run haret.exe from wp7

Hi,
then you need magldr or cLK...
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8th August 2013, 03:53 PM |#62  
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There are some people working on getting haret to boot android from native WP7 phones, but it is not working yet. Hopefully it will soon.
Meanwhile, us HD2 WP7 users can dual boot using magldr and nativeSD.
1st September 2013, 02:20 PM |#63  
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This app is awesome .. feels great to see people still using wm 6.5.
20th November 2013, 08:53 AM |#64  
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Hi Thank you for this tool. Works well.

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16th April 2014, 01:58 AM |#65  
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Been using "sundawg-cm7-nativesd" without a hitch for a while now. Great ROM.

Still have WM6.5, and use WinAndroid v6 to switch/load.

I'm trying to add "cm9_20121217_nativesd_tyung" to my options. I have installed it in the nativesd directory, but winandroid doesn't list it as an option. The "NativeSDMMultiboot" app doesn't list either.

What's missing here? Help is appreciated.
21st May 2014, 11:07 PM |#66  
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Still have WM6.5, and use WinAndroid v6 to switch/load.

I'm trying to add "cm9_20121217_nativesd_tyung" to my options. I have installed it in the nativesd directory, but winandroid doesn't list it as an option. The "NativeSDMMultiboot" app doesn't list either.

What's missing here? Help is appreciated.

Hi,
can you add a screenshot of the directories from your SD-card with the NativeSD-directory? Or you can put your SD-card in your 'big' computer an pipe a directory-listing in a file... on Windows you can start a DOS-box and start the following two commands:
cd /d drive-letter-of-SD-card:\
dir /s > c:\SD-files.txt
Then add the file "c:\SD-files.txt" to this thread. If you have Linux, I'm sure, that you know the "ls -al" command? If not, let me know, I can help...

Cheers Klaus
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24th July 2014, 12:44 AM |#67  
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I got a progress bar at the bottom of the screen like it was loading, then it just kicked me back out.....doesn't work for me...(then again, my HTC HD2 is a piece of ****)
31st July 2014, 06:34 PM |#68  
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I got a progress bar at the bottom of the screen like it was loading, then it just kicked me back out.....doesn't work for me...(then again, my HTC HD2 is a piece of ****)

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I need more infos... can you do this:
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can you add a screenshot of the directories from your SD-card with the NativeSD-directory? Or you can put your SD-card in your 'big' computer an pipe a directory-listing in a file... on Windows you can start a DOS-box and start the following two commands:
cd /d drive-letter-of-SD-card:\
dir /s > c:\SD-files.txt
Then add the file "c:\SD-files.txt" to this thread. If you have Linux, I'm sure, that you know the "ls -al" command? If not, let me know, I can help...

Cheers Klaus
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