[android] new cupcake image
undrwater at verizon.net
Thu May 28 08:15:48 CEST 2009
I followed the instructions, but didn't get any further. I was using uboot
modified to allow kernels greater than 2mb, and I tried qi as well.
Symptoms are the same.
I wonder if it's possible to pack this up the way Koolu has done?
Why are we using parted as opposed to fdisk or other? I had to install a
tool that wasn't already available on my system.
It might help me to understand the need for such a partition scheme for
Android. Is there any way to access it while the animated splash is in
Olivier Berger wrote:
> Russell Hay <russellh at ysmail.net> writes:
>> 2009/5/20 Russell Dwiggins <undrwater at verizon.net>
>>> I'm wondering if it has something to do with the partitioning of the SD
>>> card? The wiki confused me because it instructs one to fdisk the card
>>> 2 linux partitions (83), then format one with FAT and one with ext3. I
>>> fdisked the fat partition with vfat (0b) and formatted with vfat, could
>>> be the problem?
>> In case you've not seen it, here's the video and the flashing
> The resulting partitioning should look like unless you wouldn't be sure :
> # sudo parted -s /dev/sdc print
> Model: Generic STORAGE DEVICE (scsi)
> Disk /dev/sdc: 2033MB
> Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B
> Partition Table: msdos
> Number Start End Size Type File system Flags
> 1 3584B 128MB 128MB primary fat16 lba
> 2 128MB 256MB 128MB primary ext3
> 3 256MB 2033MB 1777MB primary fat16 lba
> Hope this helps,
> Olivier BERGER
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