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Revision 345971:

Revision 345971 by Sheppy on

Revision 363633:

Revision 363633 by ever on

Title:
Pandaboard
Pandaboard
Slug:
Mozilla/Firefox_OS/Pandaboard
Mozilla/Firefox_OS/Pandaboard
Tags:
"B2G", "Boot2Gecko", "Pandaboard", "Firefox OS"
B2G, Boot2Gecko, Pandaboard, Firefox OS,
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Revision 345971
Revision 363633
n41      Try to follow instructions <a href="https://github.com/mozin41      Try to follow instructions <a href="https://github.com/mozi
>lla-b2g/android-device-panda" title="https://github.com/mozilla-b>lla-b2g/android-device-panda" title="https://github.com/mozilla-b
>2g/android-device-panda">here</a>, up to Step 3. After Step 3, yo>2g/android-device-panda">here</a>, up to and including 'Initial s
>u're free to run the <code>./flash.sh</code> command, and hopeful>etup, part 3'. You can skip 'Initial setup, part 1' which has bee
>ly all will be well. You may need to manually reboot the machine >n done during the build step. After completing 'Initial setup, pa
>by unplugging the usb and power cords and plugging them back in (>rt 3' return here.
>power cord should be plugged in first). 
t44      If the <code>flash.sh</code> script tries to erase the usert44      Now you're free to run the <code>./flash.sh</code> command,
>data partition, remove that line. It's a known issue listed in th> and hopefully all will be well. If the <code>flash.sh</code> scr
>e <a href="https://github.com/mozilla-b2g/android-device-panda" t>ipt tries to erase the userdata partition, remove that line. It's
>itle="https://github.com/mozilla-b2g/android-device-panda">instru> a known issue listed in the <a href="https://github.com/mozilla-
>ctions</a>.>b2g/android-device-panda" title="https://github.com/mozilla-b2g/a
 >ndroid-device-panda">instructions</a>.
45    </p>
46    <p>
47      After flashing is complete you may need to manually reboot 
 >the machine by unplugging the usb and power cords and plugging th
 >em back in (power cord should be plugged in first).

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