ok so the boot file you sent me worked other than the fact that it rebooted after about 2 minutes or so, and you tried the boardconfig.mk i had seperate from the rest of the device files as well?
Alright, I figured out how to get connection, however now my system won't boot without the CD, it just goes straight to a black screen, and when I do get it to boot with the CD, it'll freeze after about 10 minutes of usage.
Hello everyone! I have one problem and I search a lot before asking here, but I dont found an answer:( I have Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (3G, GT7500) with ROOT and CWM. I put CM 10.1 on this device, but suddenly device rebooted, after it power on, device worked for 2-3 min and then rebooted again. Then I try to do wipe data and try to power on again, but this dont help. Device rebooted again.
I am going crazy trying to port CWM Recovery to my device, a Japanese Galaxy S3 (SCL21). I have been using these instructions http://xda-university.com/as-a-devel...o-a-new-device and have yet to create a successful build.
I also found these instructions http://www.koushikdutta.com/2010/10/...ry-to-new.html
Hey, everyone. I know this issue has been reported before, but NONE of the solutions are working for me. Perhaps I just have a bad Nexus.
I received the device for Christmas and it has worked perfectly fine. Super fast, fluid, responsive. Then, suddenly, I was using the device and it randomly rebooted. I thought, "whatever, this happens to all devices at one point or another".
I just created a new .lang file for syntax highlighting in gedit (following instructions here). Everyting worked, except that the system seems to think that the file is a TeX file, not an XML file like the rest of the .lang files. As a result, gedit doesn't seem to recognize the new file, so I can't use the syntax highlighting rules.
I received the update message for the new Ubuntu OS upgrade, I proceeded with it. But the upgrade crashed in the middle and when I rebooted, it stated that file systems were missing and unable to boot into Ubuntu.
I just went into fstab (Linux) and changed my line for /tmp (on which a specific ext4 partition was previously mounted) to tmpfs. This was clearly a bit silly, but I wasn't thinking. Anyway, I rebooted, and everything is working and all, but I'm confused.
What does it mean that /dev/sda8 is mounted as tmpfs?
I use Acronis to clone the system partion to a seperate drive.
The purpose of the seperate drive with system partition cloned, is to be able to hop into that system at any time using [F8] UEFI boot methods.
After creating the clone, and using the F8 method to boot to the disk, the disk is not set up for booting, as needed by the windows7 system.
How do I setup this cloned partition on a seperated