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BMM 0.3.4 Tutorial(Video) for Motorola Atrix 2(MB865,ME865)

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arnab

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This is a complete set of video tutorial for bmm 0.3.4 and multibooting in Atrix 2


Many people were confused about how to use BMM. So I decided to make a complete detailed tutorial as there are no others here. It covers all the basic and advanced things from flashing ROMS on system-1 (much asked) to queries.

Tutorial Part-1 http://youtu.be/4O4JF-RnEZg

Tutorial Part-2 http://youtu.be/jy6Bakv7cOc

Closing Comments http://youtu.be/CqpOld6cGwY

Firmware Link- http://www.mediafire.com/download/8b338377os9ovzt/6.7.2_EDEM-18-SEARET_cfc.xml.zip

Gapps[all]- http://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=15769
[Please use "Gapps Minimal"]

All the required files are uploaded in this link:-
http://www.mediafire.com/download/51gmzrtjx4vrmed/Tools.rar

EDIT - --> You can install NUMA ICS on system-2 and gain an extra 1.2 GB free space. It works flawlessly (You must be on ICS SEARET BASE).
Get it from here- http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1960679

--> MIUI v5 can also be installed on system-2 (System-688Mb, Data-1.3Gb, Cache-10.9Mb)

P.S :- Please watch all the videos without skipping !

Credits:- whirleyes for bmm 0.3.4
alteredlikeness & santajin for using their excellent ROMS as reference
Motorola inc. for their drivers and RSD lite software
jm2k7 for his new ics root/unroot
BaNkS for his Gapps
Me for the Videos :p
(If I missed anyone please let me know) :D

If anybody has any kind of questions or suggestions please pm me or post here.

PLEASE HIT THANKS IF YOU FIND THIS POST USEFUL.
 
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cyberman007

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Feb 3, 2013
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Ur WC...which ROM are you using ??? if you leave system 1 untouched system 1 will have stock ics.

1st i rooted with root.bat then .. followed your instructions and instated BMM (from playstore) then i backed up the cid as u said. after that i just rebooted from BMM since i didnt have any other roms in sdcard. now i dont know what to do, where to install new rom and does BMM boot multiple android os ?
 

arnab

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Feb 1, 2007
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Nagpur
Try to watch all the three videos again...and dont skip.

Sent from my MB865 using xda app-developers app
 

arnab

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stock ics will get deleted if u install on system 1...btw u can install modded ics on system 2.
 

druveen

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cyanogenmod 11 Phone Ear Speaker not clear in outgoing call

Thanks for video tutorial it was super good.

Need some help.

After installing cm-11-20140103-UNOFFICIAL-edison.zip on atrix 2.

Phone Ear Speaker is not working properly in outgoing calls only.

When i do outgoing call i am not able to clearly hear others side person voice.
 
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arnab

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Thanks for video tutorial it was super good.

Need some help.

After installing cm-11-20140103-UNOFFICIAL-edison.zip on atrix 2.

Phone Ear Speaker is not working properly in outgoing calls only.

When i do outgoing call i am not able to clearly hear others side person voice.

Strange ! I never faced this problem :confused:
 

zimbie_z

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Feb 3, 2014
4
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FULL NOOB Custom ROM install Instructions

How to install a custom ROM, Hopefully without messing anything else up.
Follow ALL the directions carefully.
These instructions are intended to do a couple things.
1. Not mess up your stock ROM(assumed to be ICS 4.04 stock OTA)
2. Allow you to use 4 other ROM’s on systems 3-6.
3. Show you why you couldn’t figure this out from the normal forum posts that just simply say.
1. Wipe data/factory reset, cache and Dalvik cache
2. Install your ROM
3. Install gapps
4. Reboot and enjoy!
NOW Let’s get started. Read through this once or twice before trying.
1. FULLY CHARGE YOUR PHONE BATTERY.(then come back)
2. On your phone Go to System Settings, More, Mobile Networks, Access Point Names, Copy down your APN settings. For AT&T USA they are as follows, AT&T US HSDPA, APN (phone), MCC (310), MNC (410), APN type (default, supl,agps,fota,dun), APN protocol (IPv4), APN enable/disable(APN enabled)
3. Connect your phone to your computer, choose Mass storage, USB storage. Let it install the drivers.
4. Switch the connection type to Media device, MTP and let it install the drivers.
5. Switch the connection type to Camera, PTP and let it install the drivers.
6. Create a folder on your computer, Example, D:\ROMS\SLIMKAT, D:\ROMS\CM11
7. Download the ROMs you want to their specific folders.
8. Download the rom specific GAPPs(Google Apps Package) to the same folder. Download any other packages that are needed to the same folder (mods/fixes).
9. Connect your phone as USB storage.
10. Copy the folder to your SD card.
11. Root your phone. As of 2/2/2014 If you are on stock ICS 4.0.4 the current way to root it is to use, Click_to_Root, Search the forum for the download, new_root_unroot_4.0.4_ics.rar
12. Download the Zip or RAR,
13. Extract it. The folder will look something like this D:\ROMS\new_root_unroot_4.0.4_ics.
14. Connect your phone as Media device, MTP.
15. Open the folder D:\ROMS\new_root_unroot_4.0.4_ics
16. Double click on Click_to_Root.bat, let it root your phone and wait for it to reboot. Don’t touch anything until it tells you that it was successful and your phone has rebooted.
17. Go to the Play Store and install Boot Menu Manager(BMM).
18. Open BMM click rebooter and choose reboot.
19. When it reboots to the green Android hijack screen touch it.
20. Click Recovery twice.
21. Choose Firmware flashing.
22. Choose Backup CID.
23. Go back, then go to SETTINGS.
24. Choose System 3
25. Choose partition setup
26. Choose system.img, click create.
27. Choose 800MB. If you add up the total size of ROM + GAAPS + MODS/FIXES, it should be less than the size you choose for system.img. So in my case choosing SlimKat I could have gotten away with 500MB.
28. Go Back, click data.img
29. Click Create
30. Choose 1000MB
31. Go back, click cache.img
32. Click Create
33. Choose 300MB
34. Go Back to the main menu.
35. Choose Recovery.
36. When it comes back up it will be RED and if you read the top it will say SYSTEM 1.
(Be very careful to make sure you switch to SYSTEM 3)
37. Choose Switch system.

38. Choose System 3, You are now in the settings for System 3 and the color has changed to ORANGE
39. Go to mounts & format
40. Go to format/system
41. Choose Yes
42. Go to format/data
43. Choose Yes
44. Go to format/cache
45. Choose Yes
46. Go back Choose Wipe & clean
47. Go to Wipe data&cache(Factory Reset)
48. Choose Yes
49. Choose Wipe & clean
50. Choose Wipe Cache
51. Choose Yes
52. Choose Wipe & clean
53. Choose Wipe dalvik cache
54. Choose Yes
55. Choose Wipe & clean
56. Wipe battery stats
57. Choose Install zip package
58. Choose Install zip from storage
59. Use the up and down volume buttons to move to the folder that you created and copied to your SD card earlier. In this case it is called ROMS.
60. Once on it TAP THE POWER BUTTON to open the folder.
61. Use up and down volume buttons to select the Specific ROM folder that you want on this partition. TAP THE POWER BUTTON to open the folder.
62. Use up and down volume buttons to select the ROM .zip package you want. TAP THE POWER BUTTON.
63. Choose Yes, Wait for it to finish installing.
64. Choose Install zip from storage
65. Use the up and down volume buttons to move to the folder that you created and copied to your SD card earlier. In this case it is called ROMS.
66. Once on it TAP THE POWER BUTTON to open the folder.
67. Use up and down volume buttons to select the Specific ROM folder that you want on this partition. TAP THE POWER BUTTON to open the folder.
68. Use up and down volume buttons to select the GAPPS .zip package you want. TAP THE POWER BUTTON.
69. Choose Yes, Wait for it to finish installing.
70. Go Back
71. Choose Reboot options
72. Choose Reboot
73. Double Tap the green android hijack.
74. Quickly choose RECOVERY
75. You are now in SYSTEM 1, stay here for this next step.
76. Choose System keeper
77. Choose Install BMM(main system)
78. Go back
79. Choose Reboot options
80. Choose reboot.

81. Double Tap the green android hijack
82. Double tap the SLIMKAT or whatever ROM you installed to system 3.
83. Wait for it to load.(Be Patient, this can take several minutes) If it doesn’t load and your phone freezes don’t worry yet. Remove the battery. Wait one minute and redo steps 80 and 81.
84. Setup your new ROM
85. Go find where to put in the APN settings and put them in correctly.
86. Now connect your phone to your computer and copy your backed up CID, and system.img to your computer. The backed up CID and SYSTEM.img files are located in the following place. SDCard\clockworkmod\firmware. File name example cid_800DB9…600CC.img. Your backup boot img will be stored in the same folder. Example boot 3.0.8-g..e08bd.img.
87. Now Pop open a DEW and enjoy your new ROM.

Credits:- whirleyes for bmm 0.3.4
alteredlikeness & santajin for using their excellent ROMS as reference
Motorola inc. for their drivers and RSD lite software
jm2k7 for his new ics root/unroot
DHacker for his Gapps
arnab for the Videos
anyone else that feels left out

Feel free to post this in the NOOB section if you are a moderator.

1st System : Stock ICS 4.04
2nd System: None-not even activated
3rd System : SlimKat 4.4.2 2014-01-27 build
4th System : Liquid Smooth v3.0 Beta 3 - latest 01/27 Download
 

psymon stark

Member
Apr 19, 2012
16
1
BMM

I'm currently on a 2.3.6 ROM called VictoryROM 1.1 and when I search the play store I cannot find the BMM app. I used and still have Clockworkmod Recovery 5.02.5 installed which is what I used to flash victoryrom wayback when. I'm curious if I could use that recovery method to flash the new ROMs out nowadays, such as revolt or Unicorn.
 

arnab

Inactive Recognized Developer
Feb 1, 2007
1,383
3,226
Nagpur
I'm currently on a 2.3.6 ROM called VictoryROM 1.1 and when I search the play store I cannot find the BMM app. I used and still have Clockworkmod Recovery 5.02.5 installed which is what I used to flash victoryrom wayback when. I'm curious if I could use that recovery method to flash the new ROMs out nowadays, such as revolt or Unicorn.

You can use but base must be ICS and you can use only nokexec ROMS nothing beyond 4.2.2
 
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zimbie_z

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Feb 3, 2014
4
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FXZ

Alright thanks. Looks like I'll have to fxz to ICS first as per a suggestion to me in another thread.

Yep, but install BMM as most of these 4.4 ROMs are BMM. Read the guide and watch the videos before you mess up your phone. Beware installing them on system 1 or 2 unless you have a backup phone. They are not stable enough yet. Keep in mind they are still unofficial. So if you are wanting stable you might consider 4.3 Mokee or PAC MAN.
 

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    This is a complete set of video tutorial for bmm 0.3.4 and multibooting in Atrix 2


    Many people were confused about how to use BMM. So I decided to make a complete detailed tutorial as there are no others here. It covers all the basic and advanced things from flashing ROMS on system-1 (much asked) to queries.

    Tutorial Part-1 http://youtu.be/4O4JF-RnEZg

    Tutorial Part-2 http://youtu.be/jy6Bakv7cOc

    Closing Comments http://youtu.be/CqpOld6cGwY

    Firmware Link- http://www.mediafire.com/download/8b338377os9ovzt/6.7.2_EDEM-18-SEARET_cfc.xml.zip

    Gapps[all]- http://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=15769
    [Please use "Gapps Minimal"]

    All the required files are uploaded in this link:-
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/51gmzrtjx4vrmed/Tools.rar

    EDIT - --> You can install NUMA ICS on system-2 and gain an extra 1.2 GB free space. It works flawlessly (You must be on ICS SEARET BASE).
    Get it from here- http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1960679

    --> MIUI v5 can also be installed on system-2 (System-688Mb, Data-1.3Gb, Cache-10.9Mb)

    P.S :- Please watch all the videos without skipping !

    Credits:- whirleyes for bmm 0.3.4
    alteredlikeness & santajin for using their excellent ROMS as reference
    Motorola inc. for their drivers and RSD lite software
    jm2k7 for his new ics root/unroot
    BaNkS for his Gapps
    Me for the Videos :p
    (If I missed anyone please let me know) :D

    If anybody has any kind of questions or suggestions please pm me or post here.

    PLEASE HIT THANKS IF YOU FIND THIS POST USEFUL.
    7
    FULL NOOB Custom ROM install Instructions

    How to install a custom ROM, Hopefully without messing anything else up.
    Follow ALL the directions carefully.
    These instructions are intended to do a couple things.
    1. Not mess up your stock ROM(assumed to be ICS 4.04 stock OTA)
    2. Allow you to use 4 other ROM’s on systems 3-6.
    3. Show you why you couldn’t figure this out from the normal forum posts that just simply say.
    1. Wipe data/factory reset, cache and Dalvik cache
    2. Install your ROM
    3. Install gapps
    4. Reboot and enjoy!
    NOW Let’s get started. Read through this once or twice before trying.
    1. FULLY CHARGE YOUR PHONE BATTERY.(then come back)
    2. On your phone Go to System Settings, More, Mobile Networks, Access Point Names, Copy down your APN settings. For AT&T USA they are as follows, AT&T US HSDPA, APN (phone), MCC (310), MNC (410), APN type (default, supl,agps,fota,dun), APN protocol (IPv4), APN enable/disable(APN enabled)
    3. Connect your phone to your computer, choose Mass storage, USB storage. Let it install the drivers.
    4. Switch the connection type to Media device, MTP and let it install the drivers.
    5. Switch the connection type to Camera, PTP and let it install the drivers.
    6. Create a folder on your computer, Example, D:\ROMS\SLIMKAT, D:\ROMS\CM11
    7. Download the ROMs you want to their specific folders.
    8. Download the rom specific GAPPs(Google Apps Package) to the same folder. Download any other packages that are needed to the same folder (mods/fixes).
    9. Connect your phone as USB storage.
    10. Copy the folder to your SD card.
    11. Root your phone. As of 2/2/2014 If you are on stock ICS 4.0.4 the current way to root it is to use, Click_to_Root, Search the forum for the download, new_root_unroot_4.0.4_ics.rar
    12. Download the Zip or RAR,
    13. Extract it. The folder will look something like this D:\ROMS\new_root_unroot_4.0.4_ics.
    14. Connect your phone as Media device, MTP.
    15. Open the folder D:\ROMS\new_root_unroot_4.0.4_ics
    16. Double click on Click_to_Root.bat, let it root your phone and wait for it to reboot. Don’t touch anything until it tells you that it was successful and your phone has rebooted.
    17. Go to the Play Store and install Boot Menu Manager(BMM).
    18. Open BMM click rebooter and choose reboot.
    19. When it reboots to the green Android hijack screen touch it.
    20. Click Recovery twice.
    21. Choose Firmware flashing.
    22. Choose Backup CID.
    23. Go back, then go to SETTINGS.
    24. Choose System 3
    25. Choose partition setup
    26. Choose system.img, click create.
    27. Choose 800MB. If you add up the total size of ROM + GAAPS + MODS/FIXES, it should be less than the size you choose for system.img. So in my case choosing SlimKat I could have gotten away with 500MB.
    28. Go Back, click data.img
    29. Click Create
    30. Choose 1000MB
    31. Go back, click cache.img
    32. Click Create
    33. Choose 300MB
    34. Go Back to the main menu.
    35. Choose Recovery.
    36. When it comes back up it will be RED and if you read the top it will say SYSTEM 1.
    (Be very careful to make sure you switch to SYSTEM 3)
    37. Choose Switch system.

    38. Choose System 3, You are now in the settings for System 3 and the color has changed to ORANGE
    39. Go to mounts & format
    40. Go to format/system
    41. Choose Yes
    42. Go to format/data
    43. Choose Yes
    44. Go to format/cache
    45. Choose Yes
    46. Go back Choose Wipe & clean
    47. Go to Wipe data&cache(Factory Reset)
    48. Choose Yes
    49. Choose Wipe & clean
    50. Choose Wipe Cache
    51. Choose Yes
    52. Choose Wipe & clean
    53. Choose Wipe dalvik cache
    54. Choose Yes
    55. Choose Wipe & clean
    56. Wipe battery stats
    57. Choose Install zip package
    58. Choose Install zip from storage
    59. Use the up and down volume buttons to move to the folder that you created and copied to your SD card earlier. In this case it is called ROMS.
    60. Once on it TAP THE POWER BUTTON to open the folder.
    61. Use up and down volume buttons to select the Specific ROM folder that you want on this partition. TAP THE POWER BUTTON to open the folder.
    62. Use up and down volume buttons to select the ROM .zip package you want. TAP THE POWER BUTTON.
    63. Choose Yes, Wait for it to finish installing.
    64. Choose Install zip from storage
    65. Use the up and down volume buttons to move to the folder that you created and copied to your SD card earlier. In this case it is called ROMS.
    66. Once on it TAP THE POWER BUTTON to open the folder.
    67. Use up and down volume buttons to select the Specific ROM folder that you want on this partition. TAP THE POWER BUTTON to open the folder.
    68. Use up and down volume buttons to select the GAPPS .zip package you want. TAP THE POWER BUTTON.
    69. Choose Yes, Wait for it to finish installing.
    70. Go Back
    71. Choose Reboot options
    72. Choose Reboot
    73. Double Tap the green android hijack.
    74. Quickly choose RECOVERY
    75. You are now in SYSTEM 1, stay here for this next step.
    76. Choose System keeper
    77. Choose Install BMM(main system)
    78. Go back
    79. Choose Reboot options
    80. Choose reboot.

    81. Double Tap the green android hijack
    82. Double tap the SLIMKAT or whatever ROM you installed to system 3.
    83. Wait for it to load.(Be Patient, this can take several minutes) If it doesn’t load and your phone freezes don’t worry yet. Remove the battery. Wait one minute and redo steps 80 and 81.
    84. Setup your new ROM
    85. Go find where to put in the APN settings and put them in correctly.
    86. Now connect your phone to your computer and copy your backed up CID, and system.img to your computer. The backed up CID and SYSTEM.img files are located in the following place. SDCard\clockworkmod\firmware. File name example cid_800DB9…600CC.img. Your backup boot img will be stored in the same folder. Example boot 3.0.8-g..e08bd.img.
    87. Now Pop open a DEW and enjoy your new ROM.

    Credits:- whirleyes for bmm 0.3.4
    alteredlikeness & santajin for using their excellent ROMS as reference
    Motorola inc. for their drivers and RSD lite software
    jm2k7 for his new ics root/unroot
    DHacker for his Gapps
    arnab for the Videos
    anyone else that feels left out

    Feel free to post this in the NOOB section if you are a moderator.

    1st System : Stock ICS 4.04
    2nd System: None-not even activated
    3rd System : SlimKat 4.4.2 2014-01-27 build
    4th System : Liquid Smooth v3.0 Beta 3 - latest 01/27 Download
    3
    Disasters happen when someone doesn't prepare.

    Successfully installed the new ROM (latest Aug edition of CM11) !!!
    What is the use of your last step - copying CID and other files to our computer?

    Disaster recovery my dear Watson.
    If you don't save it off and something goes wrong you won't wonder why.
    Many things in life are recommended but optional, this is one of them.
    Thanks
    1
    I got confidence once i saw your video thank you so much..

    EDIT: When i boot my notification light is on all the time why is it ?

    Edit: How to know in which system my stock ics rom is installed ?


    PLEASE HIT THANKS IF YOU FIND THIS POST USEFUL.
    1
    Do you still need an answer for this or did @PhoenixNghi help you sufficiently in the other thread?

    I think I got all the help I need, thanks for all the help you guys are awesome!