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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by colchiro, Apr 10, 2012.

  1. colchiro

    colchiro Extreme Android User
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  2. IzelTokatl

    IzelTokatl Android Enthusiast

    Works great.

    I flashed from cwm. TP name is tenderloin, for those that don't know.



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  3. colchiro

    colchiro Extreme Android User
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    TP name varies depending on the rom and version. AOKP, CM7, CM9 are all different.
     
  4. alextop30

    alextop30 Android Expert

    Looks to be pretty good but I am so use to clockworkmod that I feel weird doing something else so clockworkmod for me :)
     
  5. colchiro

    colchiro Extreme Android User
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    You can use both... it's not one or the other. :D
     
  6. alextop30

    alextop30 Android Expert

    Yea I know but I will not use it much plus I feel like I am cheating on clockwork recovery :p
     
  7. colchiro

    colchiro Extreme Android User
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    But you're wearing out your buttons.... :D
     
  8. colchiro

    colchiro Extreme Android User
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    Last time I tried to flash this it failed, then I got distracted and forgot about it. Today I was reading up on the Nexus version (which replaces CWM) and felt the itch to update my TP... er Touchpad. :D

    So DL'd the flashable zip from the TWRP website and flashed it and turns out it replaced my ClockworkMod recovery. So booted into my aopk rom, opened Root Explorer and renamed it back to TWRP, grabbed the CWM image and copied it to my sdcard and flashed it from TWRP. Rebooted system and it went directly to my aopk rom.(?!) So rebooted again and now moboot won't work (it just reboots). Reboot to Recovery won't work.

    Fired up Root Explorer and it said 0k free in my boot folder so deleted my moboot background image.... still 0k free.(!?) Ok, lets reboot into the bootloader then. Still just reboots. Opened Rom Manager and had it reboot into recovery... still just reboots. Deleted the TWRP image file and had 4 mb free (that's a start) and edited the reboot.next file to be webOS and it booted into webOS. :D

    Next step... copy CWM & Moboot files to cminstall and run acmeinstaller. If that works, I might manually copy the TWRP file to boot... we'll see if I feel generous.
     
  9. colchiro

    colchiro Extreme Android User
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    Hmmm.... booting into webos and opened cyboot (which lets you edit the default settings), checked out the settings, then accidentally hit reboot, but moboot worked fine then.

    I think the problem is that the boot folder isn't big enough for my AOPK image (not sure why it's there since it only works to boot the CyanogenMod image) AND TWRP AND CWM. TWRP is 5.48 mb and boot has 4.78 mb free.

    A future update of moboot was supposed to store files outside of boot, so the limited size wasn't supposed to be a problem any more.
     
  10. alextop30

    alextop30 Android Expert

    How is it possible to install TWRP along side Clockwork mod - I installed it on my evo and I kinna like it but I also wanna keep clockworkmod recovery on my touchpad. Do I flash the package from clockwork or is there some other way.

    Does it add an entry in moboot so that I can boot into?
     
  11. colchiro

    colchiro Extreme Android User
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    The installation script for TWRP renames it to be CWM.

    If you still have CWM on your touchpad, just unzip the file to your sdcard and use a root file manager like Root Explorer and copy the TWRP file, go to boot partition, change it to Read/write, then paste the file and change back to read-only. In Root Explorer, this is done via the button at the top. I think ES File Explorer can do this too, but I've never used it.

    Moboot just takes inventory of the boot images at boot time and adds them to it's menu.

    You have to be careful to not fill up /boot tho. So a moboot background or theme + TWRP means you have to be careful.
     
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