Unable to boot on SHR or OM2009 after installing Android Beta 7
yann.sladek at free.fr
yann.sladek at free.fr
Thu Jun 4 17:02:26 CEST 2009
the thing is that images were located on sd card but then after booting on it, Android was installed on NAND.
So, the fact that I removed Sd card or not doesn't change anything (I tried and no changes)
For me, SHR is installed on NAND, so it's located on internal flash and that's it
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De: "Jan Vlug" <jan.public at famvlug.nl>
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Envoyé: Jeudi 4 Juin 2009 16:05:38 GMT +01:00 Amsterdam / Berlin / Berne / Rome / Stockholm / Vienne
Objet: Re: Unable to boot on SHR or OM2009 after installing Android Beta 7
I had similar problems after that I had Android Beta 6 installed. I do
not exactly know how I solved the problem. But one of the things was
that I removed all partitions from the sd card. After that I created a
single new partition and formatted it with ext3.
Paul Fertser gave me some hints on fixing this.
One of the problems I had was that I could only boot from NOR, not from
Another thing you might try is booting with the sd card removed.
yann.sladek at free.fr wrote:
> Hi there list !
> I'm facing a problem with my FreeRunner trying to install the brand new SHR unstable release or OM2009.
> I formerly installed Android Beta 7 from Koolu packages but now when I'm trying to flash with another distro, flash goes well but I get stucked on boot with a koolu splashscreen and nothing else happens.
> I flashed fs and kernel images on NAND (using neotool)and I tried to flash QI or Uboot with no more success, I got the OpenMoko splashscreen and then the koolu one (and got stucked on it).
> When I'm trying to boot from the NOR menu using 'Boot' choice, I got messages saying that NAND is being reading and kernel is being loading and finally the stucked Koolu splashscreen.
> I already had this problem before but it was solved by someone on a Bearstech party in Paris, and cannot remember how it has been done.
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