(28-9-12)[SD/MAGLDR]JellyBean AOSP Beta 4 for HD2 (NativeSD)[KERN: SecureCRT HWA]

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Still not working for me with MiniTool, but does work with 4EXTRecovery

####NB. I have since identified the problem as my brand new SD card, which was faulty.###

I still have nothing in my NativeSD folder.
  1. Formatted SD card in MiniTool Partition Wizard. 13GB Fat32, 2GB Ext4.
  2. Copied my windows files from my sd backup into the Fat32 partition, using windows file manager. (I did try it without these as well and got exactly the same results).
  3. Copied folder 4EXTRecovery and contents into root of SD card. Copied JB_BETA_4_NATIVESD.zip to same place.
  4. Rebooted windows mobile to get clean phone with no apps running
  5. Opened file manager. Opened 4EXTRecovery folder. Run CLRCAD. RUn HARET. Linux boots, autoruns 4EXT Recovery v2.2.7 RC5.
  6. No sd-ext partition shown
  7. scroll to option "EXT3 - 4EXT - EXT4". Scroll to "wipe ¦ format -> EXT4". Run it. Only one choice, so run "format SD EXT". Choose "format SD". Screen locks and then returns to main screen;
    Format sd-ext complete.
    Press end key to return to main screen.
  8. On menu, choose Print Partition Info:
    partition ¦ fs ¦ size ¦ free
    sd-ext ext4 2109MiB B
    sdcard fat32 13688 MiB 9.16GB
  9. select "install from SD card"
  10. select "choose zip from sd-card"
  11. select JB_BETA_4_NATIVESD.zip
  12. select "Yes - Install JB_BETA_4_NATIVESD.zip"
  13. Finding update package
    Opening Update Package.
    (pretty Jellybeany icon)
    New wysywyg screen titled Welcome!, saying "You are about to install Jelly Bean HD2 for HTC HD2"
    Click Next
  14. Select "Install to SD-EXT", Next
  15. Select default PPP, Next
  16. Ready to install, Next
  17. Middle of screen says Installing to SD-EXT
    Bottom margin says unpacking, but never says installing. Actually the progress bar stays put, just the animation whizzes across.
    Installation complete... Please reboot..., Next
    Congratulations...
    Installation complete..
    click Finish
    Phone reboots into windows. NativeSD folder is blank.


---------- Post added at 10:40 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:07 AM ----------

I have tried this ROM on a completely unused SD card, 2GB. I put it in the phone, and copied across 4EXT Recovery. Then I used that program to format and create completely new partitions from scratch, 1GB Ext4, the rest left for Fat32.

Copying across (again) 4EXT Recovery and the zip file, it creates the files in the NativeSD folder, so I can boot into JB. I have not finished the set up, just got as far as setting the language. Now all I need to do is do the same on the bigger card (I hope).

So it would seem that MiniTool is not the way to go, even though it appears quicker because it runs on the faster PC.
 
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hx4700 user

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Aaaaarggghhhh!

####NB. I have since identified the problem as my brand new SD card, which was faulty.###

It will not work on the 16GB card. I have used EXT4Recovery to create a 2GB EXT4 partition, and the rest Fat32.
Then when I have copied across the zip file, it installs a NativeSD folder, but the files will not run! Haret does not have the little "crossed tools" icon that it does when it will run in windows.
If I re-run the installer, then the files in NativeSD will run, but the HD2 boots Linux then sticks on the "htc" screen. I've tried leaving it half an hour.
I've saved the log file. iT IS EMPTY
 
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After an attempt to install using a 1GB EXT4 (because that seemed to work on the smaller card) I am now formatting the SD card using the suggested program from the SD card organisation. Full erase and format to start with.
 

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3. Copied folder 4EXTRecovery and contents into root of SD card. Copied JB_BETA_4_NATIVESD.zip to same place.
Do not put the ROM zip in the same place as your Recovery folder.

You can leave ROM.zip files in your "Download" folder.

Create a folder called "NativeSD".

I have used EXT4Recovery to create a 2GB EXT4 partition, and the rest Fat32.
FAT32 must be the first partition and EXT4 next/last. Both must be primary

Re-Check first posts in this thread
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1869673

Cheers
Tom
 
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How Install ROM?

Hi,

I'm new to NATIVE SD ROMs and found no completely step by step instruction how we should install ROM:confused:

what i know is unzip ROM and copy ICS or ANDROID folder to root SD; but it seems this NATIVE SD is different:eek:

so any post link or full instruction about how installing a NATIVE SD??
 

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Hi,

I'm new to NATIVE SD ROMs and found no completely step by step instruction how we should install ROM:confused:

what i know is unzip ROM and copy ICS or ANDROID folder to root SD; but it seems this NATIVE SD is different:eek:

so any post link or full instruction about how installing a NATIVE SD??
I found it easily on a search. But if you read my post above I have spelled out how to do it. Regrettably I seem to have a problem with my SD card. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1881555

Also on YouTube but poor picture quality. install Native SD rom HD2 - YouTube
 
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hx4700 user

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####NB. I have since identified the problem as my brand new SD card, which was faulty.###

Firstly, thank you for trying to help. I am coming to the conclusion that there is something wrong with the SD card itself. I have just used teracopy to transfer the files and folders of my windows mobile installation to the new SD card, and it has come up with lots of errors. Now in windows file manager, there are empty folders, but if I try to copy the files that should be there, I get the message that they already exist. File manager now offers to fix errors on the SD card, and says that it cannot.

Do not put the ROM zip in the same place as your Recovery folder.

You can leave ROM.zip files in your "Download" folder.
Oh great, it does not say that in any of the so called step by step instructions.
Create a folder called "NativeSD".
Ditto.
FAT32 must be the first partition and EXT4 next/last. Both must be primary
EXT4 (the recommended method) does not give any choice. Originally I had done the order you suggest when I first created the partitions in MiniTool.
Re-Check first posts in this thread [url said:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1869673[/url]

Cheers
Tom
I followed post 2 TO THE LETTER. It is not easy to follow, and I had to read others to understand what he was saying. If you read my post 301 you'll see that I did this very carefully.
In the end, it might be merely the xxxx SD card. Oh what joy. Back to the vendor to try persuade him to give me a replacement.
 
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I'm using this rom since the latest update (28-09), and I like it! It's smooth, no bugs whatsoever (apart from the known bugs) and fast! I'm using NativeSD with 4gb EXT4 on a Adata 32GB Class4. I tried all of the JB roms, this one works best for me, thanks for that! :)
 

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How register Google account on Google Play

I found it easily on a search. But if you read my post above I have spelled out how to do it. Regrettably I seem to have a problem with my SD card. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1881555

Also on YouTube but poor picture quality. install Native SD rom HD2 - YouTube

thank u again my friend:highfive:

I've another problem. i could never register my Google account on Google Play (Google Market) via any ROM. and the problem is about no VPN is SETTINGS work or if i use second apps Google Play wont affect. so no phone is registered on my Google account and i don't have any access from PC. any idea how to solve this?

Thanks a lot
 

hx4700 user

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Sorry for teh fuss - it is my SD card that is faulty

I have run the free program H2testw, and it has provided the follwing information. So it looks like all of my problems were due to a faulty SD card.

Code:
Warning: Only 15791 of 15792 MByte tested.
The media is likely to be defective.
3.8 GByte OK (8157120 sectors)
11.5 GByte DATA LOST (24182848 sectors)
Details:0 KByte overwritten (0 sectors)
0 KByte slightly changed (< 8 bit/sector, 0 sectors)
11.5 GByte corrupted (24182848 sectors)
0 KByte aliased memory (0 sectors)
First error at offset: 0x00000000f7ef8000
Expected: 0x00000000f7ef8000
Found: 0x0000000000000000
H2testw version 1.3
Writing speed: 3.56 MByte/s
Reading speed: 11.7 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4
 

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Woo-hoo!

New SD card arrived today. Half an hour later I am running Android Jelly Bean. Thankfully I got a refund for the faulty SD card.

I am really impressed with this installation. It has taken over from windows mobile for me. In partnership with my Nexus 7, it covers my mobile computing needs.
 
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Soft Keys

Re-posted here as this is a NativeSD question:

I've downloaded soft keys mod but have no idea how to install it.

You should be able to install the beta4 softkeys the same way as mentioned here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=31991639&postcount=287 (beta 3)
Also LNE team don't deserve credit for JB, smokin901 and others do all the hard work. All we do here is put the files into nativeSD format.
Also, until smokin901 chooses to release his ROMS in nativeSD format (;)), please ask nativeSD questions in the LNE thread.
Thanks to all for your cooperation in this.:)

Sorry but I don't understand the instructions in that post.
Hi LinChina, see
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=31837665&postcount=568
The only way i have found to install it is to unzip native sd beta3 and replace system_ui.apk and framework_res.apk then re-zip the files (not the folder) and re-install via recoverySD.
I tried using root browser lite but couldn't replace/rename system apk without messing up the rom:eek: Didn't try adb.
Works good

Very confused: the NativeSD beta is JB_BETA_4_NATIVESD.zip
The new files from softkeys_powermod22p_JB_Beta4.zip are both quite a bit smaller than the originals, and it seems most odd that adding a row of buttons creates a smaller file.

When you say re-zip the files, do you just mean those two into individual zip files? If so, why replace them into the NativeSD beta?

Next, I cannot find recoverySD. If I try to use 4EXTRecovery, it cannot install them individually.

Surely there has to be a reason for everything to be in the one zip file? (Or does that only work in normal SD or NAND?) On the face of it, the softkey zip file which i have downloaded contains instructions for the installer as to where to put the files when unzipped, but the NativeSD installation has previously made all of the system files and folders Read Only. So whilst using 4EXTRecovery and then "install from sdcard" appears to work and gives feedback to say they have been installed , but it cannot overwrite the system files so in fact it does nothing.

Because the system files are read only, I cannot change my ringtone or alarm sound as I cannot add anything to those folders.
 
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I will take a look at the files
Thanks for posting here and sorry instructions weren't clear

Thanks. I was afraid i was missing something.

PS: I've been able to change my ringtone by putting the one I want as an mp3 in the new folder I've found on the sd card called Ringtones, rather than trying to put it in the system/media/audio/ringtones folder. Tomorrow I'll look for my saved Alarm file on my PC as I see there are also new empty folders on the sd card called Alarms and Notifications.
 
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1. extract your original JBaospBeta4 rom zip & the new powermod zip
2. copy the system folder from powermod folder and paste it to the system folder in the rom folder (merge & replace all when asked)
3. in the rom folder select all 5 files and zip them (do not zip the rom folder)
4. put the rom zip to sdcard and use 4ext recovery to install it
Should be ok
If you have problems or dont like them you can re-install original JBaospBeta4 rom zip

Edit; you can usually use a root enabled file browser to write to /system but deleting/swapping system.ui.apk causes problems.
 
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1. extract your original JBaospBeta4 rom zip & the new powermod zip
2. copy the system folder from powermod folder and paste it to the system folder in the rom folder (merge & replace all when asked)
3. in the rom folder select all 5 files and zip them (do not zip the rom folder)
4. put the rom zip to sdcard and use 4ext recovery to install it
Should be ok
If you have problems or dont like them you can re-install original JBaospBeta4 rom zip

Edit; you can usually use a root enabled file browser to write to /system but deleting/swapping system.ui.apk causes problems.

Thanks. Step 3, all 5 files means kernel, META-INF, sdcard, system and install.sh?
That was my confusion as some of them are folders.
I'll hava go when I am not tired tomorrow. just gone midnight so not the best time to be flashing roms!
 

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    This build is ported from http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1773115 using Portadroid http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1094372 (thanks boonbing), with modified initrd.gz from smokin901 (huge thanks) and loads of help and advice from wis1152 (huge thanks too)
    Credits and thanks to smokin901, tytung, boonbing, texasice, evervolv team, securecrt, Bexton, wis1152, Xylograph, Rick_1995, ankuch, Zergra, Cotulla, DFT and all others, sorry if I have missed any

    The LNE team are not developers, but hope to be able to provide ongoing support for this thread.

    Instructions:
    Well you know just extract everything and put the build folder (the one with all the files in, for example ics, jelly) in the root of your sd card. If WM6.5 tap on clrcad (nothing appears to happen) then haret, if magldr navigate to build folder using ad-sd dir and select build folder name then boot AD SD.
    For help with NativeSD, visit the Wiki: http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/HTC_HD2/NativeSD
    Please remember to REBOOT X 3.
    Magldr users can get different sized blank data.ext4 from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=24930501&postcount=1353 edit; may get boot loops, please test. Magldr default=512Mb if you leave empty. edit2 here is blank 256mb one http://www.mediafire.com/?ey40c1wti77ni2w
    Latest Kernels can be found here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=29248688&postcount=4 but default runs well. Remember to back up before changing kernels (system.ext4 and data.ext4 just in case)

    BETA 4 AOSP Native SD
    Instructions for using nativeSD method can be found here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1869673 and here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=31879534#post31879534 (Thanks mengfei)
    This includes latest securecrt kernel but does not include journalling-off choice at install.
    Download http://d-h.st/yCv

    BETA 3 AOSP Native SD
    Instructions for using nativeSD method can be found here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1869673 and here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=31879534#post31879534 (Thanks mengfei)
    Download http://d-h.st/eZD

    BETA 2 AOSP
    Note that first boot will take about 10 mins (depending on size of data.ext4 created) and will end with the phone rebooting. Second boot will take less time and will show the boot animation (as opposed to portadroid screen in first boot). You are porting this build, it is so that some apps are put in data.ext4 file. You can safely delete root_tmp folder after second boot to save space. Remember to reboot x3. See parent thread for changelog. Use a 3rd part app for camera (eg camera illusion)
    DownloadMEDIAFIRE LINK

    BETA 1 AOSP
    Note that first boot will take about 10 mins (depending on size of data.ext4 created) and will end with the phone rebooting. Second boot will take less time and will show the boot animation (as opposed to portadroid screen in first boot). You are porting this build, it is so that some apps are put in data.ext4 file. You can safely delete root_tmp folder after second boot to save space. Remember to reboot x3. See parent thread for changelog. Use a 3rd part app for camera (eg camera illusion)
    Download MEDIAFIRE LINK

    Version 6 alpha
    Note that first boot will take about 10 mins (depending on size of data.ext4 created) and will end with the phone rebooting. Second boot will take less time and will show the boot animation (as opposed to portadroid screen in first boot). You are porting this build, it is so that some apps are put in data.ext4 file. remember to reboot x3. See parent thread for changelog. Use a 3rd part app for camera (eg camera illusion)
    Download http://www.mediafire.com/?ciqjcy49tcfgcc8 md5sum=b807764b3d9b3b942a4654be8c09eee7

    Version 5 alpha
    Build folder is ics again
    Note that first boot will take about 10 mins (depending on size of data.ext4 created) and will end with the phone rebooting. Second boot will take less time and will show the boot animation (as opposed to portadroid screen in first boot). You are porting this build, it is so that some apps are put in data.ext4 file. Remember to reboot x3. Unfortunately stock camera does not work, try camera360 from playstore or see http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=29749517&postcount=460 (please do not post anything on that thread)
    Download http://www.mediafire.com/?wpf8j34r2j82jug md5sum=aa83b79d2624657a22ff36376d1c6b97

    Version 4 alpha
    Build folder is ics again
    Download http://www.mediafire.com/?ibbcpxywlf6wals md5sum=c25ddc38d49e141414fc67ed069bab83


    Version 3 alpha
    smokin901 has been busy in the early hours and has fixed sd mounting problems for us sd users-THANK YOU again smokin901. Also working USB Mass storage Mode, Browser, Installing Apps on SD card, Superuser (included app and binary already in the rom)- can install superSU if problems. Build folder is called ics again. A fix for the camera can be found here http://www.mediafire.com/?3bh08l3xttte5am (put meta-inf and system in sdcard/ics/root folder and reboot). Though camera works display is grainy but pictures are clear-Credit to Zergra (see http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=29124206&postcount=239 and press the thanks button there ;))-"Video Recording is buggy"
    Download http://www.mediafire.com/?s8l1u85iczoo62i md5sum=a5bc0752b2d840db0f07f3f94236137c
    Mirror http://d-h.st/YnL

    Version 2 pre-alpha (haret)
    After hours and hours (since 4AM this morning) wis1152 has managed to port a version for haret (&magldr BTW) users with working data and root. Huge respect and thanks.
    Please do a fresh install as root seems to still be broken if using an existing data.ext4, set your size in startup.txt. Note that folder is called ics in this build, rename if neccessary (and edit startup.txt accordingly).
    Download http://d-h.st/Plq
    Mirror http://www.mediafire.com/?6h8jhji8ytnh86n


    Version 2 pre-alpha
    We have root, google now and data working (data for magldr users only ATM, haret users can try changing kernel, but may lose root). Note that install folder is called jelly. For browser, try chrome or other browser from this list http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=28841137&postcount=70
    Download http://www.mediafire.com/?wneyk8ibcuqx4ju md5sum=d18c33c4b92a493e1872290f946de2fa
    mirror http://d-h.st/X9d


    Version 1 pre-alpha
    Remember this is a work-in-progress, things may not work. For example root privileges, Camera, Browser works but display is messed up, Error when Installing some Apps, Google Now crashes.
    Download http://www.mediafire.com/?55d95qd2ycyld52 md5sum=3730a6c9f01a1fc3da0c1dd4e1113f41
    Mirror http://d-h.st/S0k

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    Pre-alpha versions 1&2 and alpha 3,4&5 softkeys
    See http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=29034218&postcount=166
    Put system and meta-inf into /sdcard/ics-or-jellyb/root folder and reboot
    As far as I can see it adds 2 lines to /system/build.prop

    Code:
    qemu.hw.mainkeys=0
    qemu.sf.lcd_ density=110
    Not sure why lcd density is put to 110, it has no effect on actual lcd density.
    Anyway, delete these lines to remove softkeys and before rebooting, make sure your root folder is empty, else it will re-install (yes, it happened to me;))
    You may find the some screens slightly messed up with softkeys added.
    No soft power key yet. Try Quick Boot from market and add power off widget to homescreen, thanks liuhung.


    Pre-alpha version 1 only
    Softkeys can be got from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=28874557&postcount=92
    Put system and meta-inf into /sdcard/jellyb/root folder and reboot
    To remove, use the attached instead (it has original .apk)
    For magldr users, a way to change ro_lcd_density in /system/build.prop without root permissions was found by vikingzou here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=28292160&postcount=614 genius.

    The attached below is for pre-alpha 1 release only

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    Just to let you nice people know, I have fixed my HD2:D

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