Author Topic: Edit NVRAM of openiboot from iDroid  (Read 3444 times)

Offline ddominator

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Re: Edit NVRAM of openiboot from iDroid
« Reply #15 on: February 24, 2011, 10:18:02 PM »
Make sure you delete android.img.gz LAST.
And why would Order of deletion matter?
Actually, delete zImage last. The order matters because if you deleted zImage first, no touch. Delete android.img.gz first, iDroid GONE.

This doesn't really make sense... deleting either zImage or android.img.gz will result in a non-booting idroid AFAIK

This will make him boot directly into OpeniBoot Console so OpeniBoot can be uninstalled or the NVRAM flags changed.
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Re: Edit NVRAM of openiboot from iDroid
« Reply #16 on: February 25, 2011, 08:53:54 AM »
Make sure you delete android.img.gz LAST.
And why would Order of deletion matter?
Actually, delete zImage last. The order matters because if you deleted zImage first, no touch. Delete android.img.gz first, iDroid GONE.
This doesn't really make sense... deleting either zImage or android.img.gz will result in a non-booting idroid AFAIK
It will.
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