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dalingrin

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Nov 6, 2007
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Moboot is default to CM7, is there anyway to reorder it to use WebOS as default ?

From CM7(adb shell):
Code:
mount -o rw,remount /
mkdir /boot
mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p13 /boot

In /boot you will see 3 or so files with uImage.*
write the * portion to file moboot.default
This can be done with:
Code:
echo ClockworkMod > /boot/moboot.default

I forgot what the uImage for WebOS is called but just change the above command accordingly.
 

fattire

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Oct 11, 2010
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From CM7(adb shell):
Code:
mount -o rw,remount /
mkdir /boot
mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p13 /boot

In /boot you will see 3 or so files with uImage.*
write the * portion to file moboot.default
This can be done with:
Code:
echo ClockworkMod > /boot/moboot.default

I forgot what the uImage for WebOS is called but just change the above command accordingly.

I'm pretty sure it's "WebOS"... if it doesn't exist though it should default to the first item on the list...
 

theroar

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Dec 31, 2011
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I went into Webos and used Preware to find the tool Cyboot. It edited it for me, which was pretty cool. The only catch was it named the rom Cyanogen and now I use a ICS rom.

I used root explorer to edit the moboot.default file to read ICS.

Worked Like a Champ!
 
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    Moboot is default to CM7, is there anyway to reorder it to use WebOS as default ?

    From CM7(adb shell):
    Code:
    mount -o rw,remount /
    mkdir /boot
    mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p13 /boot

    In /boot you will see 3 or so files with uImage.*
    write the * portion to file moboot.default
    This can be done with:
    Code:
    echo ClockworkMod > /boot/moboot.default

    I forgot what the uImage for WebOS is called but just change the above command accordingly.
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    You can also use Internalz Pro to edit this file directly when you're in webOS (with the Master mode activated at the bottom of preferences)

    BTW, thx dalingrin & your team for your great work! :D
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    This is working for me.

    echo webOS > /boot/moboot.default
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    I went into Webos and used Preware to find the tool Cyboot. It edited it for me, which was pretty cool. The only catch was it named the rom Cyanogen and now I use a ICS rom.

    I used root explorer to edit the moboot.default file to read ICS.

    Worked Like a Champ!