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Another Team Acid release

Raver and I had been discussing how to get Ext4 working on GB right away and we came up with this. You can flash this right after flashing your favorite GB ROM and you can enable Ext4 right away.

INSTRUCTIONS
All of this must be done in a single CWM sitting, NO REBOOTS BETWEEN STEPS
1) Put this file on your SD card, along with your favorite GB ROM
2) Flash the GB ROM, let it finish
3) Flash install_busybox.zip, let it finish
4) Go into the voodoo menu > enable lagfix and /system lagfix on
5) Reboot and listen to Linda say Voodoo lagfix is enabled at the end of her speech.

NOTES
* If you're having trouble mounting the SD card, check out sexton's guide! It worked for me. Always make sure to back up your SD card! [GUIDE] CONVERTING EXT4 ON gingerbread
* You don't have to check mounts for this as the installer automatically mounts everything.
* So far I've only tested this on the KH2 leak. I Odined KH2, odined the KG4 custom kernel, then rebooted straight into recovery to perform the steps above.

LINKS
install_busybox.zip

Credits
Raver for this ROMs and guidance
Sexton for his ROMs and guidance plus the ext4 conversion guides
Krylon for the leaks
Whitehawk for his deodexed builds
The helpful members of this board.
 

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The roms can't be modified to include this?

Either way, thank you, this speeds up the process. With the speed that the leaks and roms have been coming out, every little increase helps :D
 

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overthinkingme said:
The roms can't be modified to include this?

Either way, thank you, this speeds up the process. With the speed that the leaks and roms have been coming out, every little increase helps :D
Yes, but it's a matter of getting ROM authors to edit their installer script and to put the right busybox file in there, since the current installer process doesn't actually install busybox, even though there's a script that's supposed to do that.
 

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how did u odin kh2 then odin the kernel without it resetting? did u use quick boot to go into recovery then follow the instructions?
 

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andrewddo said:
how did u odin kh2 then odin the kernel without it resetting? did u use quick boot to go into recovery then follow the instructions?
Ah that's right, I was supposed to upload my KH2 with custom KG4 kernel file. Well, Odin KH2, then once it reboots just do a battery pull and put the phone back into download mode, Odin the custom KG4 kernel, then follow the rest of the guide.
 
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