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  1. #2711

    Default Re: Alcatel One Touch 918N Tricks and Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by onesaviour [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    What do you mean SD Tweak? The script files that are inside the sdcard folder of Si banjo's V5.2?
    refer to this post > [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]

  2. #2712

    Default Re: Alcatel One Touch 918N Tricks and Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by bluerain28 [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    Im still working on the tutorial. May ginagawa pa kasi ako. Pwede rin kayo mag refer dito > [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.] and here > [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    w8 q yan tuts mo regarding data2ext.tnx pala sa link knina.. take ur tym sir ulan.!

  3. #2713

    Default Re: Alcatel One Touch 918N Tricks and Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by onesaviour [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    Sir banjo

    Paano po kung walang init.d folder sa system/etc? Is it ok to make a folder and place the 90tweaks.sh inside?
    if your boot.img does not support init.d this cannot be,

    that is why we create the scriptz folder and put install-recovery.sh sa ect folder.

    FYI, do not put .sh extension when you use init.d

  4. #2714

    Default Re: Alcatel One Touch 918N Tricks and Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by bluerain28 [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    refer to this post > [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    Yes im currently applying the tut.

  5. #2715

    Coffee Re: Alcatel One Touch 918N Tricks and Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by bluerain28 [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
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    Sir bluerain, yung link ba na post tungkol sa Data 2SD na apply mo sa device mo? Gumana naman ng Maayos? Kasi nakalagay pang Lenovo A60. Naninigurado lang bago sumubok.

  6. #2716

    Default Re: Alcatel One Touch 918N Tricks and Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by bluerain28 [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
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    Sir how to identify if it has successfully applied the scripts? Aside from normal booting up to the homescreen?

  7. #2717

    Default Re: Alcatel One Touch 918N Tricks and Tutorials

    Ok here's a fast tutorial on how to make data2ext work on our phone the Alcatel 918N

    Requirements:
    - ES File Explorer (or any root explorer but I prefer ES File Explorer)
    - Rooted Phone
    - Mount system as writable/readable (on your explorer)
    - SD Card partitioned in 2. 1st Parition must be fat32, 2nd partition must be ext2.

    First of all. Format your 2nd partition to ext2. If already ext2, format it again.
    Note: Kung meron na kayo ng files na nabanggit dyan sa mga specified folders. Then proceed to step 4.

    1. Download attachment. And extract files. Make new folder named scriptz on the root of your sdcard.
    2. Copy busybox_d2sd to /system/xbin
    3. Copy e2fck to system/bin
    4. Copy 01data2sd.sh to /sdcard/scriptz
    4. Copy install-recovery.sh to /system/etc (If prompted to overwrite, then yes)
    5. Set intall-recovery.sh permission to rxw -rx -rx
    6. Reboot phone
    7. Wait until booted to OS
    8. Confirm your internal storage. If hasn't changed, wait for a couple of minutes. Then check again.

    Credits to the ff:
    Sir Banjo
    Tazz
    Carcristo
    Attached Files Attached Files
    Last edited by bluerain28; 23rd May 2012 at 16:39.

  8. #2718

    Default Re: Alcatel One Touch 918N Tricks and Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by bluerain28 [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    Ok here's a fast tutorial on how to make data2ext work on our phone the Alcatel 918N

    First of all. Format your 2nd partition to ext2. If already ext2, format it again.
    Note: Kung meron na kayo ng files na nabanggit dyan sa mga specified folders. Then proceed to step 4.

    1. Download attachment. And extract files. Make new folder named scriptz on the root of your sdcard.
    2. Copy busybox_d2sd to /system/xbin
    3. Copy e2fck to system/bin
    4. Copy 01data2sd.sh to /sdcard/scriptz
    4. Copy install-recovery.sh to /system/etc
    5. Set intall-recovery.sh permission to rxw -rx -rx
    6. Reboot phone
    7. Wait until booted to OS
    8. Confirm your internal storage. If hasn't changed, wait for a couple of minutes. Then check again.
    thnx poh dito sir ulan! panu mo poh napagana ung reverse tethering?? d kc ngcoconectung device q..

  9. #2719

    Default Re: Alcatel One Touch 918N Tricks and Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by obcenity [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    thnx poh dito sir ulan! panu mo poh napagana ung reverse tethering?? d kc ngcoconectung device q..
    Just connect your phone then run reverse tethering and press scan to check if your device is really connected. Then Press connect. Then follow instruction na lalabas dun.

  10. #2720

    Default Re: Alcatel One Touch 918N Tricks and Tutorials

    @bluerain: Sir na test nyo na po gumawa ng nandroid back-up via recovery?

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