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oncle-dave
post May 24 2008, 12:33 AM
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Hello,


I have download the Android installer ( gnu-tar, updater.sh , zImage.bin ).
I Have put the installer and the zubuntu-minimal-rootfs.tar.gz file rename to android-rootfs.tar.gz in SD Card.

I make :

Remove battery and power adapter cable
Wait for 5 seconds
Replace battery, close and lock battery cover
Attach power adapter cable
Keep OK button pressed while pressing on/off switch
From the Japanese menu, choose option 4 (Update), then 2 (SD) and finally Y

Then I answer Y for flash the Kernel and format the Microdrive.
The installer find the android-rootfs.tar.gz and gnu-tar ...

Then the Zaurus Reboot ... And the Kernel start with Kernel Panic ???


Then I Tray a other Kernel to flash and now the Zaurus dont boot.
When I Boot with Flash Menu, I select 4 and Nothing abend ( no SHARP Pics ) .

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post May 24 2008, 01:18 AM
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QUOTE(oncle-dave @ May 24 2008, 10:33 AM) *
Then I Tray a other Kernel to flash and now the Zaurus dont boot.
When I Boot with Flash Menu, I select 4 and Nothing abend ( no SHARP Pics ) .


Try D+B when powering your Zaurus on. You should get the emergency boot. If not, the kernel was probably too large and overwritten part of flash / emergency boot system.

The simplest way to go back should be a complete flash restore from the D+M (or Fn+D+M) menu. If you did not made it, backup is maybe on the CD, for sure on Trisoft website. It will revert it to the factory state.
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