Talk:HOWTO: Unpack, Edit, and Re-Pack Boot Images

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When creating your own custom update.zip files (especially when adapting the stock images), you can get tripped up if you forget to replace /system/recovery.img and it ends up overwriting /dev/mtd/mtd2 unbeknownst to you. Watch out.  
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When creating your own custom update.zip files (especially when adapting the stock images), you can get tripped up if you forget to replace /system/recovery.img and it ends up overwriting /dev/mtd/mtd1 unbeknownst to you. Watch out.
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Should the last part be /dev/mtd/mtd1 (for the recorvery partition)?
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Revision as of 01:47, 13 November 2008

When creating your own custom update.zip files (especially when adapting the stock images), you can get tripped up if you forget to replace /system/recovery.img and it ends up overwriting /dev/mtd/mtd1 unbeknownst to you. Watch out.

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