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    ICS successful Backup

    So I was messing around and I used the CM9 update script to flash the ICS demo through CWM, and it went successful. ICS runs without any sort of memory problems, with 240 MB free of ram at the most. Problem is that I couldn't connect to the service or wifi, mostly because of the update script. If anyone knows how to fix this please help. I will now post the link if anyone knows how to work this out(Fixing the update script).

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    Did you try to enable wifi through the build.prop??

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    Hmm... not sure I don't think so... can you look into it?

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    Does this mean it keeps CWM Recovery...or am I just being too hopefull? Lol -=I don't want anymore locked bootloader bs=-

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    Quote Originally Posted by minnemike81 View Post
    Does this mean it keeps CWM Recovery...or am I just being too hopefull? Lol -=I don't want anymore locked bootloader bs=-
    Yea this is just the system folder from the ICS demo, just flash it as a backup. It keeps the CWM recovery no worries

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raptorkz View Post
    Yea this is just the system folder from the ICS demo, just flash it as a backup. It keeps the CWM recovery no worries
    I'm interested to see if we can get data on this....were you able to use PG's kernel on that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by minnemike81 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Raptorkz View Post
    Yea this is just the system folder from the ICS demo, just flash it as a backup. It keeps the CWM recovery no worries
    I'm interested to see if we can get data on this....were you able to use PG's kernel on that?
    No this requires an ICS kernel but like I said, it runs good. To get data working I believe there is a file in the Cust folder for that.

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    Tosses back an MD5 checksum error at me when i try to restore it in CWM. I just noticed that the data partition of this bkp file is in EXT3 format. Not a good thing. Especially for ICS.
    Last edited by biledigger; 03-01-2013 at 08:29 AM. Reason: Recognition of older filesystem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biledigger View Post
    Tosses back an MD5 checksum error at me when i try to restore it in CWM. I just noticed that the data partition of this bkp file is in EXT3 format. Not a good thing. Especially for ICS.
    Hmm if it has an MD5 error try renaming the folder. The thing is that I used the CM9 zip, all I did was exchange the CM9 system folder with the ICS demo system folder. If you want I'll upload the zip and PM the link so you can flash it yourself and see what you can do with it.

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    So, was the data issue fixed? I'm surprised more people aren't flocking to this to give some support because working recovery for ICS is very significant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyDeity View Post
    So, was the data issue fixed? I'm surprised more people aren't flocking to this to give some support because working recovery for ICS is very significant.
    All I really did was replace the files from CM9 with the ICS demo system folder and flash it throught CWM. You can get data working, it is just a matter of fixing the updater script(which I don't know much about). So basically it is the custom recovery from GB, not a recovery made for ICS.

 

 

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