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Nano CFW rev14 [2012.08.16] Android Market and DC2SD
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You will find kernel modules here: http://crewrktablets.arctablet.com/?wpfb_dl=1442

 

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I aprecciate your help, but I can´t mount, with this module cifs.ko, it´s said " no such device" in directories /mnt/cifs or /mnt/sdcard/cifs 

I read it´s necesary would be compatible or compile one exclusive for this kernell 2.6.35.7-perf+bingo@foxda-desktop #2

¿ anybody have got mounting sd card in external device ? has anybody using the app "mount manager" or "cifs manager"? 

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You run GB?

 

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Downloads:

http://downloads.nanolx.org/index.php?dir=7CG2_NanoCFW_rev14

Download nano-system.img and the proper nano-boot/trenano-recovery.img (checksums included)

 

help me please... dont find the download "nano-system.img, trenano-recovery.img"

 

need it :)

 

greetings roflkopter


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I still might have them somewhere. I will have a look

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Is there any way to download this rom ? Because under old link I can't find it.

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setialpha said
I'm pleased to announce the immediate availability of release 14 of my custom firmware :]

 

My ROM features:

  • modifed UI
  • fancy bootanimation
  • busybox
  • /data and /cache on SD-Card (optional)
  • Google Play Market
  • ES FileManager
  • full root access
  • better GPS settings
  • more pre-defined APN/SPN
  • higher responsiveness/smoothness
  • ClockWork-Mod based recovery [thanks to Tremendo]

 

If you want to create your own ROM, there's also a Toolbox:

http://www.arctablet.com/blog/forum/arnova-7c-g2/everything-to-make-your-own-rom-gnulinux-1/

 

Changes since 13b:

 

nano-boot rev40:

removed some tweaks that are in 20netspeed
changed some 3G/EDGE settings
fixed a bug in 3G/EDGE settings
change WiFi scan interval from 300 to 180
change max WM events from 280 to 60

 

nano-system rev110:

UPDATE: zoneinfo to 2012c
UPDATE: OpenGL libraries
UPDATE: Play Store to 3.5.19
UPDATE ES Explorer to 1.6.1.6

NEW: tun.ko (loaded at startup)

BUGFIX: make modprobe work

Init-Script changes:
10memory:
- previously: 10ministrictfree
- more memory tweaks

20netspeed:
- some more minor tweaks

40block:
- also apply for MMC
- many more performance tweaks

50defragdb:
- can now be disabled via
echo 0 > /system/etc/defragdb
on a shell on the device.

NEW 70kernel:
- misc kernel settings

NEW 80firewall:
- several firewalling settings
(for example PING/IMCP protection)

NEW 95zipalgin:
- zipalign stuff from /data/app/

REMOVED 99misc

All initscripts can be en/disabled via /system/etc/initcontrol

APN/SPN Settings:
If you encounter problems with APN/SPN settings
you may switch to the old (pre rev13) configuration:
apnswitch old
inside a shell on the device, respectively:
apnswitch new
to go back to the new configuration

CPU settings editor:
- added (run: cpu)
- default settings:
+ minimal frequency: 600 MHz
+ governor: performance
+ sticky mode: enabled

 

trenano-recovery.img rev03:

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What is DC2SD?

DC2SD stands for Data&Cache To SD-Card. It takes two partitions of the SD-Card and uses them for /data and /cache - rather than the two internal partitions. If you prefer using the internal partitions, use the "NoSD" version, else choose between EXT4 and EXT2 versions of DC2SD.

 

If you flash the DC2SD version you must partition your SD-Card, else everything that needs /cache will fail and /data will be limited to ~2 Mb!

 

So if you got no clue what this is all about, choose the NoSD version!

 

Downloads:

http://downloads.nanolx.org/index.php?dir=7CG2_NanoCFW_rev14

Download nano-system.img and the proper nano-boot/trenano-recovery.img (checksums included)

MTD/ contains some stuff usefull for developers

GPS/ contains gps settings for various regions (replace /system/etc/gps.conf on device)

Other/ contains misc. stuff (adobe flash, older scripts, ADB drivers for Windows)

 

Installation:

Step 0: n00b step to avoid copy-paste commands not working

 

rename the downloaded NanoBoot to: nano-boot.img

rename the downlaoded TreNanoRecovery to: trenano-recovery.img

 

Step 1: partitioning SD-Card [ONLY for DC2SD]

 

 You need to create 3 partitions on your SD-Card:

- partition 1: used as usual external sd-storage, use FAT32 as file-system, choose size wisely yourself*

- partition 2: used as /data, use EXT4/EXT2** as file-system, choose size wisely yourself*

- partition 3: used as /cache, use EXT4/EXT2** as file-system, atleast 250 MB*

 

All partitions MUST be primary partitions!

 

* Example with 8gb SD-Card: 3,85 GB partition 1, 3,85 GB partition 2, remaining space partition 3.

** ... EXT4 is recommended (more secure and reliable, journaling FS), EXT2 is faster

** ... if you got a class 8 SD-Card you should use EXT4, on slower cards EXT2 might be

** ... the less annoying choice -> flash the correct images according to filesystem!!

 

Step 2: Flashing trenano-recovery.img:

 

Put phone into fastboot mode (shutdown and start by pressing power+lower-volume):

 

fastboot flash recovery trenano-recovery.img

 

Step 3: Flashing nano-boot.img and nano-system.img:

 

fastboot flash boot nano-boot.img

fastboot -w erase system [if flashing without won't give proper booting system]

fastboot flash system nano-system.img

fastboot continue

 

NOTE 001:

you should use atleast a class 6 SD-Card for DC2SD, class 8 recommended. The 7cG2 supports Class 10 SD-Cards aswell.

 

 NOTE 002:

after flash it might take up to 2 - 3 minutes for your device to be fully initialized for the FIRST start - have no fear if it does not seem to do anything - just relax and wait. (you can see what it does using 'adb logcat' - if you doubt it does anything)

 

NOTE 003:

 

when using DC2SD use internal storage, when installing applications NOT sdcard - obviously internal storage is partition 2 on the SD-Card then!

 

Advantages of /data and /cache on SD-Card:

- more space

- much easier backup (just put SD in PC and copy away)

- accidently wiping userdata won't have effect

 

- it's pure awesome

 

Disadvantages of /data and /cache on SD-Card:

- startup takes longer (depends on amount of apps installed)

 

- running an app the first time takes a bit longer (also depends on SD-Card speed)

 

 That's it!

 

GETTING OFFICIAL ANDROID MARKET TO WORK

 

Go to Settings > Accounts & Sync

  • enable both options for backgrounddata
  • add account
  • open market and accept TOS

 

That's all - enjoy your Android Market on 7cG2.

 

HINT 001:

If you have a lot of images on the SD-Card, gallery3d is awwwfully slow in creating it's caches. I'd recommend "Just Pictures" from the market. Not as fancy, but much faster and also displays many images in better quality when double-tap for full-size.

 

HINT 002:

For those without credit-card, you might check the apps-center from http://www.androidpit.de - you pre-pay using paypal and then you can simply buy an app. Though they don't have all apps available, but a special offer each week.

 

Suggestions/Comments/Thanks welcome :)

Have Fun!

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