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Old 01-22-2012, 08:41 AM   #10
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The point is - I altered the partition table and then had to reboot the kernel for it did not see the changes. After reboot, I did not manage to get into recovery mode again, so I did it the hard way via sd recovery.

The micro sd image I am using all the time is sdcard-rescue.zip

That image can be loop-mounted and altered the way you want it. It should be possible to make it boot Android 2.3 by changing /alterning the appropriate files...

This is what I wanted to say


Another thing is - the freescale package contains Gingerbread.apks and I wonder if one can cook a Gingerbread system image out of a regular system image plus these new files...
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