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    LiquidSmooth ROM Slot 3 only!!"

    http://goo.im/devs/liquidsmooth/targ...CIAL-targa.zip

    Monster Bionic!!!
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    Also CyanogenMod, AOKP, & LiquidSmooth are ROMs.

    Gapps....
    Google Apps contain the proprietary Google applications that come pre-installed with most android devices. Due to licensing restrictions, these apps cannot come pre-installed with
    Custom Roms. Gapps must be flashed after Custom ROMs are flashed.
    Monster Bionic!!!
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    When I go to create a new slot, it asks me to choose a partition size. 1GB, 2GB, or 3GB. Is there a principal I can follow to know how much a rom will require? Is there a way for me to find out? Also, I figure I'll find out once Im able to install the roms into the slots and load per your instructions, but are the Gapps what install JB 4.2.2?
    Or is that another Rom?
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    Above statement explains the gapps. Safestrap 3.11 is what installs the Jb Roms and Gapps. You need 1Gb per ROM slot. Jb 4.2.2 is built into the Roms already.
    This link is something just to look @ for something to do. CyanogenMod. Org Bionic targa XT 875 http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Targa_Info
    Monster Bionic!!!
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    Thanks for comment. I corrected statement in #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by ldubs View Post
    Bionic has locked bootloader. Scroll up to post 18 and read thru that. You root, install safe strap, build your slots, install ROMs and boot into whichever one you choose. Profit. I'm currently running cm10 in slot 1, aokp in 2 and liquid in 3. All jelly 4.2.2 with jb kernel.

    sent from my icy Bionic with jellybeans on the side
    Thanks for comment. I corrected statement in #17. Also loving your ROM slot selections aswell Idubs. I really love Cyanogenmod nightly builds, The developers of the CyanogenMod Bionic and Motorola device's are @dhacker29 and @ hashcode0f on twitter. I qet quick info by following them just don't bugg them, you may get blocked lol. I am mark@markclifton75 on twitter.
    I really like LiquidSmooth options a lot and its a smaller ROM file size. Its very quick.
    Monster Bionic!!!

    Monster Bionic!!!
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    SO... thanks to your continuous assistance, not to mention patience ^_^' , I finally got The CyanogenMod 10.1 on there, and its pretty cool. I can't wait to try the other ones.
    2 questions:
    1. You had said earlier that specific Roms are required to be installed on specific "slots". Is that accurate or did I misunderstand that? If I find that I really only need/want Ubuntu touch or LiquidSmooth, do they still need to be install on on their respective slots, or could I do Ubuntu onto Slot 1? Im trying to better understand the corrolation.
    2. When I installed CyanogenMod onto Slot-1, created as a 1gb slot, It ran smoothly, but none of my downloaded apps showed up. It seemed like they were ALL having to be reinstalled into the Slot-1 partition/slot. Did I do something wrong? Is there a way to install and activate a slot, and have it recognize the apps from the stock rom slot? Or is every slot treated like a fresh boot and have to build from scratch? The 1GB ran out in the first 10mins of messing around with it and downloading all my favorite apps. But I have to say... it was amaaaaazing XD. Im so excited to try the other.
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    Question #1 -
    #1 Yes they are specifically have to be in those specific ROM slots ONLY! There are permissions for those slots. Developer @hashcode0f is working on correcting those. Some day they will work in any slot. - BTW Ubuntu Rom slot #4 requires 2 GB partition.

    Question #2-
    #2 Yes when you create a new Rom slot it is new and fresh. Google Playstore will automatically download your apps for you when you sign in the first time . Your apps are not installed, but after you or playstore install your apps, the next time they will be there.
    The next time you update a new nightly, or ROM (ex.) Say a Liquid Smooth Update.
    ...download the update.
    Boot into recovery,
    flash new update in its correct slot.
    Wipe cache/davlik,
    flash Gapps...
    reboot
    . . . every update. . .

    Your rom will look the same w/ you apps as it was, just now updated.
    Make sure you make a back up.

    #3-"FYI"
    #3 If at anytime your Rom downloads or any files are not showing up in safestrap "INSTALL" options.
    Goto install in safe strap.
    Up top there is internal SD and ext SD selections.
    Set it to which ever has your download... Reboot to stock ROM...
    Now back to safe strap ...
    Look at install now..should show up now.

    #4-
    Bonus... Find Updates...
    Go to Settings... (in current ROM)
    About Phone...
    Cyanogenmod Updates...
    Hit Refresh circle top right...
    Bottom are your ROM updates..or use CyanogenMod Updater from playstore.

    Monster Bionic!!!
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    Question #1 -
    #1 Yes they are specifically have to be in those specific ROM slots ONLY! There are permissions for those slots. Developer @hashcode0f is working on correcting those. Some day they will work in any slot. - BTW Ubuntu Rom slot requires 2 GB partition.

    Question #2-
    #2 Yes when you create a new Rom slot it is new and fresh. Your apps are not installed, but after you install your apps.the next time they will be there. The next time you update a new nightly or (ex.) Say a Liquid Smooth Update. ...download update. Boot recovery, flash new update in its correct slot. Wipe cache/davlik, flash Gapps...reboot every update.

    Your rom will look the same way it was when you install your apps, just now updated.
    Make sure you make a back up your ROM slot.

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    #3 If Your downloads are not showing up (not your apps) just your files, (ex.) Your Nightly downloads.
    Goto install in safe strap.
    Up top there is internal SD and ext SD selections.
    Set it to which ever should have your download... Reboot to stock ROM...
    Now back to safe strap ...
    Look at install now..should show up now.

    #4-
    Bonus... Find Updates...
    Go to menu .
    System Settings...
    About Phone...
    Cyanogenmod Updates...
    Hit Refresh circle top right...
    Bottom are your ROM updates..pick newest nightly...
    Download..

    or use CyanogenMod Updater from playstore.

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...o.cmdownloader
    Use gooim from playstore to check for updates on liquid smooth and Aokp.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...0up.goomanager
    Open...browse compatible ROMs...Aokp and LiquidSmooth show up. Select one of them/ targa/ first ROM listed in each is the most up to date ROM available.
    Also I use Titanium backup ( pro version) to back up my apps..
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...TitaniumBackup.
    Monster Bionic!!!
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    When you get the hang of things visit B_boys page for blacked out and transparent apps..very nice indeed.
    http://m.b-boytm.webnode.com/themed-apps/
    Or use...
    PlayStore 4.1.6 ...plus 13 other G-Apps - Blacked Out or Transparent (05/15/2013)
    Google PlayStore plus 12 other G-Apps - Blacked Out or Transparent (03/29/2013)

    Also...nice theme Theme you can add to ANY ROM
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....jbextreme.com

    NOW ISNT ROOTING FUN!!! BWAH HA HA
    Monster Bionic!!!
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