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[APP] Exceller Multiple Build Loader for Android/Ubuntu **Updated August 18**

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By exceller, Member on 27th July 2010, 06:17 PM
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This app automates the task of running CLRCAD.exe and HaRET.exe. You will have the option to load Android on start up which starts the countdown of 10 seconds so you will have the chance to cancel the loading (if in auto boot mode).


Requirements:
.NET framework 3.5

Warning:
Only tested on HTC HD2.


Many thanks to Jealousy for Creating the simplistic Design. My first experience in contributing on this forum has been great. Thanks again bro.

Notes:
- double tapping on the 'autoboot' button will toggle its state.


***Update August 3,2010***
* Can load unlimited number of Android Builds on your storage card.
* Can load Ubuntu as Well.

Note:
You must uninstall the old version before installing this one.
Though the app can load Android build(s) on the root and sub folders, i suggest you put all your android builds on their own sub folders

Ex:
sdcard\Android - (Darkstone Froyo)
sdcard\dan1j3l_desire_pr1
sdcard\Parad0XUAFroyo
sdcard\ubuntu (yes it can load ubuntu too)

so it looks more organize.

*** NOTE ***
You have to do a bit of a work before running the app so it loads the right build on execution.

on your build folder,
1. Edit the file startup.txt
2. find this line on your startup txt set cmdline ""
3. insert rel_path=YourbuildfolderHere between the qoutes
Ex: set cmdline "rel_path=YourbuildfolderHere"
4. Make sure you save your changes.

NOTE: If this line set cmdline "" already contains text between the quotes, just insert rel_path=YourbuildfolderHere (with space after)
so it looks something like this

set cmdline "rel_path=YourbuildfolderHere lpj=638976" where lpj=638976 text is the existing text.

**Update August 14,2010**
- fixed some bugs.
- you can now click or tap on the big android and winmo Pictures rather than just the two small buttons.
- the program will only run on startup if you choose autoboot on android. No reason to autoboot on windows ;p
- added button to create quick launch shortcut which you can add on your home screen to quickly launch the loader.
* it can still auto detect builds so, if you have 2 or more flavors of android or ubuntu on your storage, it will list for you so you can choose which one to launch.
* if you only have one build, then no UI will be shown, and it will boot android/ubuntu directly.
* afaik, user mskip is the first to implement this idea, so full credits to him. Im sending you my unsolicited thanks.

***Update August 18 *** (EBL2.1a._PlusUbuntu.CAB)
Support for non english ROM.
Please uninstall your old version before installing this one.

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27th July 2010, 06:43 PM |#2  
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looks very promising, testing right now. thank you
27th July 2010, 10:00 PM |#3  
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I have loaded this up. Very good so far.

Thanks.

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28th July 2010, 12:44 AM |#4  
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Thanks for taking the time to make this. It works well for me.
28th July 2010, 03:43 AM |#5  
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its good to know that it also works for you guys.
28th July 2010, 04:51 AM |#6  
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Looks good man. quick question though.
Do i just put the .cab file on the SD card or somewhere on the phone?
28th July 2010, 04:55 AM |#7  
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Looks good man. quick question though.
Do i just put the .cab file on the SD card or somewhere on the phone?

you would need the .cab file on the sd card in order to install it. it worked for me and i like it. good job.
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you would need the .cab file on the sd card in order to install it. it worked for me and i like it. good job.

Appreciate man. getting ready to do it now

*edit* just finished everything. Works like a charm! Great dual booter Exceller!
28th July 2010, 04:58 AM |#9  
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Anywhere can be ok as long as you still have storage space. Me, i usually put my downloaded apps on my storage card so i can install it again if i need to.
28th July 2010, 06:47 AM |#10  
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Hi,
just a litte idea...

Make biggger Buttons... or just make the Logos also as "boot" buttons too!

for my feeling the boot buttons are too small, btw its working great sofar!

another small idea just integrate a 2.1/2.2 boot switch where we can choose what to boot if both build are on SD Card...

thx
28th July 2010, 06:58 AM |#11  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by futureshock

Hi,
just a litte idea...

Make biggger Buttons... or just make the Logos also as "boot" buttons too!

for my feeling the boot buttons are too small, btw its working great sofar!

another small idea just integrate a 2.1/2.2 boot switch where we can choose what to boot if both build are on SD Card...

thx

thanks for the feedback. i am looking into the idea of choosing which one to boot. Ill post some updates soon.
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