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Old 02-02-2011, 02:02 PM
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Re: Android/Linux for CDMA Touch Pro 2

How do you get android to load automatically when you turn your phone off then on ?
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Old 02-02-2011, 02:03 PM
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Re: Android/Linux for CDMA Touch Pro 2

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How do you get android to load automatically when you turn your phone off then on ?
Short of being very brave and playing with our NAND build, Gen.Y would be the only way to solve this issue.
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Re: Android/Linux for CDMA Touch Pro 2

Is there anyway to increase the space that the OS uses? I am running into the low storage space error and I have 1500 mb free on the storage card. Does the android OS use some of the space on the phone memory or is it setting aside a certain amount of space to use on the storage card?
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Old 10-04-2011, 10:38 PM
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Is there anyway to increase the space that the OS uses? I am running into the low storage space error and I have 1500 mb free on the storage card. Does the android OS use some of the space on the phone memory or is it setting aside a certain amount of space to use on the storage card?
First, I hope you're not using this thread as a reference. The last post was made... almost a year ago. Let's just say it's outdated.

Second, all of the storage you're talking about is in the data.img file. See this thread on how to expand that files size easily.

Our rootfs defaults to a 256mb size data.img - a good compromise so users with 512mb cards can still use our builds easily, but gives *most* users enough space .
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Re: Android/Linux for CDMA Touch Pro 2

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First, I hope you're not using this thread as a reference. The last post was made... almost a year ago. Let's just say it's outdated.

Second, all of the storage you're talking about is in the data.img file. See this thread on how to expand that files size easily.

Our rootfs defaults to a 256mb size data.img - a good compromise so users with 512mb cards can still use our builds easily, but gives *most* users enough space .
Thanks that's what I was figuring. So has development for this stopped? Where is the best place to get updated info on this development?
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Re: Android/Linux for CDMA Touch Pro 2

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Thanks that's what I was figuring. So has development for this stopped? Where is the best place to get updated info on this development?
The Android TP2 Development section is a good place to start...
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Question Re: Android/Linux for CDMA Touch Pro 2

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All files from post one are already extracted and inside the file.....just follow the instructions below and you are off....


just extract the folder and throw it on the root of the card.....if it does not work just move all the files onto the root.....FYI...what I do is add a new folder for all of my current stuff for Winmo and drop all Droid files right into the root...


EDIT: Thanks to matthewb57 for providing me with free hosting. When more packages are ready I will package them up and use the free file hosting from him. Makes it all quicker. Please give THANKS to "matthewb57" whenever you see a post by him, for providing this hosting!

Please refer to this thread for future updates.

http://sites.google.com/site/androidport/downloads


GL!
***BTW, that link is dead, or the file is no longer there...***
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