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    Updated boot.img with selinux permissive mode enabled on front page.

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    ROM now updated to 6.0 r26 on front page.

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    AOSP 6.0.1_r3 now on front page now with USB automounting working.

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    Hey,
    Is this ROM only for the 3G models, and not for the Wifi models? I have a WiFi LCD model and when I try to flash this it craps out with a Status 7 error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Gowdy View Post
    Hey,
    Is this ROM only for the 3G models, and not for the Wifi models? I have a WiFi LCD model and when I try to flash this it craps out with a Status 7 error.
    It is for all models as 3G is not working anyways. Note you need to have partitioned your microsd card for installation as internal install is not supported in Marshmallow anymore due to lack of kernel functionality.

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    AOSP 6.0.1_r10 on front page with internal install with /system on mmcblk0p1 and /data on mmcblk0p2 by default or "adb shell setprop sdboot 1" for microsd install now.

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    Fixed the boot images in 6.0.1_r10 now updated on front page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenchi View Post
    AOSP 6.0.1_r10 on front page with internal install with /system on mmcblk0p1 and /data on mmcblk0p2 by default or "adb shell setprop sdboot 1" for microsd install now.
    Install to internal SD is not working. It is failing. "E: Error executing updater binary in ...."
    Tried by copying to internal sd0 as well as sd1 (which twrp does not mount) and from external sdcard.
    Also seems like TWRP has touch issues on Adam. It automatically takes a touch in the center of adam every fraction of second. Had hard time trying to install from twrp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZenOgeek View Post
    Install to internal SD is not working. It is failing. "E: Error executing updater binary in ...."
    Tried by copying to internal sd0 as well as sd1 (which twrp does not mount) and from external sdcard.
    Also seems like TWRP has touch issues on Adam. It automatically takes a touch in the center of adam every fraction of second. Had hard time trying to install from twrp.
    Did you make two partitions on mmc0? It does not install on normal mtd partition. I assume you installed twrp for internal installs version? Yes I have touch issues as well, I think it is trying to use accelerometer.

    UPDATE: Here is a link to new twrp v3 with touch fixed now: New TWRP Recovery

    I just downloaded and tried internal install was fine, maybe try re-downloading ROM and try new twrp v3.

    Also the mmcblk0p1 for /system and mmcblk0p2 /data must be formatted ext4 which is different from regular lollipop configuration.
    Last edited by tenchi; 01-20-2016 at 12:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenchi View Post
    Did you make two partitions on mmc0? It does not install on normal mtd partition. I assume you installed twrp for internal installs version? Yes I have touch issues as well, I think it is trying to use accelerometer.

    UPDATE: Here is a link to new twrp v3 with touch fixed now: New TWRP Recovery

    I just downloaded and tried internal install was fine, maybe try re-downloading ROM and try new twrp v3.

    Also the mmcblk0p1 for /system and mmcblk0p2 /data must be formatted ext4 which is different from regular lollipop configuration.
    Yes, my MMC0 has two partitions. 4gb mmcblk0p1, 4gb mmcblk0p2, 0 swap. I formatted using cwm. How do I format to ext4? CWM gives only option of ext2 / ext3. I will give new TWRP a try.

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