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14th June 2013, 09:54 PM |#21  
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1. Yes
2. Yes
3. If it returns 1 it runs, right?

Could it have something to do with the exFAT patch (for 64GB sd cards)?

No, tbh... If it returns 1 it didn't find it.

I don't know about how the exfat patch works... So I'm not in the position to answer that question... Yet. I'll be working on exfat support for XZDualRecovery in the coming week, so I'll know more about it then.

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15th June 2013, 09:12 AM |#22  
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No, tbh... If it returns 1 it didn't find it.

I don't know about how the exfat patch works... So I'm not in the position to answer that question... Yet. I'll be working on exfat support for XZDualRecovery in the coming week, so I'll know more about it then.

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so strange..

well the exFAT patch (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2189991) is for sony stock rom to read my 64GB exFAT sd card..
15th June 2013, 10:11 AM |#23  
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so strange..

well the exFAT patch (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2189991) is for sony stock rom to read my 64GB exFAT sd card..

Heh, i knew what it does, just not how it does it

I'll get them files and install them, I've bought an extra SDCard for the testing so i could do that without wrecking things

I'll get back on this subject sometime this week.
15th June 2013, 10:24 AM |#24  
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Heh, i knew what it does, just not how it does it

I'll get them files and install them, I've bought an extra SDCard for the testing so i could do that without wrecking things

I'll get back on this subject sometime this week.

you, sir, are a hero (:
15th June 2013, 11:15 AM |#25  
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you, sir, are a hero (:

Do the "smiley" this way : )


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15th June 2013, 11:59 AM |#26  
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Do the "smiley" this way : )


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Sorry shoey63, but i need to smack you upside the head

That's no typo, -that- my friend, is intentional
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15th June 2013, 12:09 PM |#27  
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you, sir, are a hero (:

I've had some time now, I've been able install the exFAT support and to fix XZDualRecovery's mounting of exFAT SDCards

But there it gets interesting: for me, both work without issue...
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I've had some time now, I've been able install the exFAT support and to fix XZDualRecovery's mounting of exFAT SDCards

But there it gets interesting: for me, both work without issue...

maybe i'll just reinstall it. hope that works ^^
15th June 2013, 04:25 PM |#29  
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maybe i'll just reinstall it. hope that works ^^

Before you try, could you check the permissions on /system/bin/killric.sh and /system/bin/ctrlaltdel ? they should be 755 (rwxr-xr-x).
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Before you try, could you check the permissions on /system/bin/killric.sh and /system/bin/ctrlaltdel ? they should be 755 (rwxr-xr-x).

well.. they are both 755..
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16th June 2013, 08:49 PM |#31  
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well.. they are both 755..

Ok... That's very strange... Does /tmp/remountedrootfs exist?

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