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[01 FEB][DAF]ManusFreedom-Froyo[NAND&data on SD]based on[NexusHD2-Froyo V1.9G NAND]

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By manusfreedom, Senior Member on 6th January 2011, 03:19 PM
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It's for Leo512 users who want a data (data.img) storage on SD card.

It's the tytung version (NexusHD2-Froyo_V1.9G_NAND) updated:
- No Data on NAND.
- data.img (ext) in .data/ of root of SD Card (FAT32).
- data.img sizable (bigger or smaller) with .data/data.config of root of SD Card.
- Auto-upgrade data.img from the previous version.
- Include Recovery.
- Integrated last version software (market, maps, goggles,...).
- Integrated last kernel from tytung.
- Modified partition layout to be compatible with recovery system of RaiderX (but data will not be backuped because it's not on NAND, but you can duplicate .data/data.img on SD card to get a backup)

For information, I will not modify Android components, I will only update some with last market version.
Why? Because I have not thoses skills .
My current skills are limited to:
- partition
- boot part
- kernel

Created this thread to support my version of tytung android rom (NexusHD2-Froyo_V1.9G_NAND: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...4#post10361304)

How to install with DAF (Need MAGLDR 1.13 on device):
1-Download the zip file
2-Extract it on your computer
3-If you don't have on sd a directory .data copy .data from install to the root of your sd
4-Open .data/data.config of root of SD Card
5-Change data_size to the size you want in megabytes (recommand not less than 128 and not over 1536, after try at your own risk)
6-Boot your device under MAGLDR (hold power button during boot)
7-Select "USB Flasher" via "VolUp" and "VolDown"
8-Push the call button
9-Connect your HD2 with USB cable on your computer
10-Launch daf.exe and follow instruction (It will erase your NAND)
11-The phone reboot alone, wait 5 to 15 minutes at the first start to build data.img (green HTC logo)
12-You will see Nexus animation logo (wait to 5 minutes)
13-You will be normally under Android

Download link full version:
http://www.multiupload.com/3IR48HXMNP
http://htcleo.noobhands.net/manusfre...TA_V1.9G.1.zip
Download link initrd.gz update to run with ClockworkMod Recovery for HD2 v1.3:
http://www.multiupload.com/GFDSTUXRME
http://htcleo.noobhands.net/manusfre...dgz_signed.zip

Addons:
Already included now.
Kernel detail here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...37&postcount=3
Normally tytung_r2_eb_oldcam must be works too.

To upgrade from NexusHD2-Froyo_V1.9G_NAND:
1. Backup everything with Titanium Backup Pro (Batch/Run Backup all user apps + system data)
2. Follow my installation step
3. Get from the market and install Titanium Backup Pro
4. Restore everything with Titanium Backup Pro (Batch/Run Restore all apps with data)
5. Reboot

To upgrade from Manus_NAND&SD_DATA_V1.9x.x:
1. Backup everything with Titanium Backup Pro (Batch/Run Backup all user apps + system data) or duplicate .data/data.img on SD card to get a backup
2. Follow my installation step
3. Normally upgrade is automatic (auto move old /sdcard/data.img to /sdcard/.data/data.img,...)

To resize to a bigger data.img (backup your data.img before):
1. If you don't have on sd a directory .data copy .data from install to the root of your sd
2. Open .data/data.config of root of SD Card
3. Change data_size to the size you want in megabytes (recommand not less than 128MB and not over 2GB)
4. Change data_resize to y
5. Boot your phone
6. Wait (time depend)
7. You will be normally under Android
8. You can change data_resize to n for security

To resize to a smaller data.img [CHECK THE FREE SPACE BEFORE SHRINK] (backup your data.img before):
1. If you don't have on sd a directory .data copy .data from install to the root of your sd
2. Open .data/data.config of root of SD Card
3. Change data_size to the size you want in megabytes (recommand not less than 128MB and not over 2GB)
4. Change data_resize to y
5. Change data_force_shrink to y
6. Boot your phone
7. Wait (time depend)
8. You will be normally under Android
8. You can change data_resize and data_force_shrink to n for security


Big thanks to tytung and RaiderX for his help.
Please consider making a donation to Cotulla for his great MAGLDR.
Please consider making a donation to tytung for the ROM.
Please consider making a donation to RaiderX303 for the ClockworkMod Recovery.
Please consider making a donation to Hastarin for the Kernel Base.
And if you appreciate my work and want to buy me a drink, please consider making a donation too, thanks.


Readme.txt
Code:
ManusFreedom-Froyo V1.9G NAND&SD
================================

- No Data on NAND.
- data.img (ext) in .data/ of root of SD Card (FAT32).
- data.img sizable (bigger or smaller) with .data/data.config of root of SD Card.
- Auto-upgrade data.img from the previous version.
- Include Recovery.
- Integrated last version software (market, maps, goggles,...).
- Integrated last kernel from tytung.
- Modified partition layout to be compatible with recovery system of RaiderX (but data will not be backuped because it's not on NAND, but you can duplicate .data/data.img on SD card to get a backup)


This ROM is based on stock Nexus One, including FRG83G OTA (Froyo / Android 2.2.2).
Kernel:
tytung r2 oldcam (supports CIFS UTF-8, WiFi MAC address, Yaffs, Ext2/3/4) based on hastarin r8.6 oldcam.
Version: NexusHD2-Froyo V1.9G NAND by tytung updated by Manus Freedom
Credits:
Cotulla, TYTung, Hastarin, Markinus, Letama, Rajko, Gauner1986, RaiderX303, Dsixda, etc.


1. Installation
===============
You should have at least MAGLDR 1.11 on device. (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=893618)
For installation you need enter MAGLDR (hold "Power" button during boot)
and select "Flasher" via "VolUp" and "VolDown". Confirm key is green "Call" button.


2. Uninstallation
=================
You should flash stock official Windows Mobile 6.5 ROM.


3. Information
==============
Everything should be working.


Manus Freedom
20110126
Flash.cfg
Code:
misc ya 1M
recovery rrecov|ro|nospr 10M recovery-raw.img
boot ya|boot|ro 10M boot.img
system ya 370M system.img
cache ya|asize allsize
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6th January 2011, 03:23 PM |#2  
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THanks for this. The link is not working!
6th January 2011, 03:33 PM |#3  
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I confirm this link is not working

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6th January 2011, 03:35 PM |#4  
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the link is dead...
6th January 2011, 03:42 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by jfcc58

THanks for this. The link is not working!

Try this one: http://htcleo.noobhands.net/manusfre...ND&SD_DATA.zip

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6th January 2011, 04:15 PM |#6  
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is the data.img the only difference?

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6th January 2011, 04:31 PM |#7  
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is the data.img the only difference?

Sent from my Nexus One using XDA App

No:

- new partition layout for recovery system
- kernel updated integrated
- some internal software updated (maps, goggles, market,...)
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6th January 2011, 07:35 PM |#8  
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Looks good - nice and clean thanks.

Had a few FCs trying to bring up the gallery - working now but v e r y s l o w to show images when going stright in to the gallery or via the camera. Is this to be expected or a known issue.

Great work though. Apart from this it seems very nice and stable!
6th January 2011, 08:21 PM |#9  
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Very stable!!! My first NAND install and I'm sought of afraid to change it because it runs so smooth

One question about WIFI tethering however. Does anyone have it working?
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Very stable!!! My first NAND install and I'm sought of afraid to change it because it runs so smooth

One question about WIFI tethering however. Does anyone have it working?

yep install "wireless tether" you can get it via market.
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yep install "wireless tether" you can get it via market.

Great!!! Thanks mate!
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