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Posted 13 August 2012 - 03:30 PM #1

Hi all, it's been a while.

It came to my attention that installer2 did not work all that great with new naming format and scripts for later builds.
Also apparently CM10 uses more space in system.

So here comes ACMEInstaller3: http://techerrata.co.../ACMEInstaller3

Changes from ACMEInstaller2:
added a few tweaks to edify script parsing so current cm9 installs fine.
Default cm-system size is now 400M
If during install an existing cm-system is detected and it's smaller than 350M, it's extended by 100M (if you installed with ACMEInstaller or ACMEInstaller2, that means your cm-system will be resized to 400M). The needed 100M are cut out of the "media" (sdcard) partition.

Edited by green, 14 August 2012 - 06:54 AM.

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RolandDeschain79

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Posted 13 August 2012 - 03:39 PM #2

Hi all, it's been a while.

It came to my attention that installer2 did not work all that great with new naming format and scripts for later builds.
Also apparently CM10 uses more space in system.

So here comes ACMEInstaller3: http://goo.im/devs/j.../ACMEInstaller3

Changes from ACMEInstaller2:
added a few tweaks to edify script parsing so current cm9 installs fine.
Default cm-system size is now 400M
If during install an existing cm-system is detected and it's smaller than 350M, it's extended by 100M (if you installed with ACMEInstaller or ACMEInstaller2, that means your cm-system will be resized to 400M). The needed 100M are cut out of the "media" (sdcard) partition.


Thank you very much. I'm excited for the upcoming CM10 for our HP TouchPad. I just added the file into my Palm, Inc folder. I suppose we will all need to remember to type in:

novacom.exe boot mem:// < ACMEInstaller3 (enter)

When upgrading from CM9 to CM10:)
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colt223

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Posted 13 August 2012 - 04:26 PM #3

So I am guessing that there is no need to rename the nightly builds to "update-cm..." now, cool.
I have so much crap on my TP that my backups are well over 1GB now, so I am thinking of doing some backups, a full wipe, and starting from scratch again.
I will give it a go with the latest nightly, new installer, and report back in a few days.

Edited by colt223, 13 August 2012 - 04:27 PM.

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drgci

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Posted 13 August 2012 - 11:53 PM #4

Goo.im its down any other link for download?
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RolandDeschain79

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Posted 14 August 2012 - 12:46 AM #5

Goo.im its down any other link for download?


I added a link into the OP of my CM10 thread:)

http://rootzwiki.com...your-cm9-setup/
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Zzed

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Posted 15 August 2012 - 08:52 PM #6

@green: It's been some time since we've heard from you. Good to see you still active. My TP is at HP for case repair, I hope it returns operational. My question: I'll be reloading CM9 Nightly from scratch as I wiped Andriod off prior to sending it in, Should I use ACMEInstaller3 to establish CM9 or stick with ACMEInstaller2 until I need CM10?
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OP green

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Posted 16 August 2012 - 04:17 AM #7

Use ACMEInstaller3 for all your cm9 and cm10 needs from now on, I guess.
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cobjones

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Posted 16 August 2012 - 05:28 AM #8

@green

We appreciate this more than the thread shows.

Is this on xda or can i link it?
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colt223

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Posted 18 August 2012 - 09:20 AM #9

Ok, so I did an Acmeuninstall, installed CWM, then the 2048 size increase patch via CWM, rebooted, size patch worked perfect.
then put my nightly (07/11) into the cminstall folder, along with Gapps 04/29.
Nightly installed just fine, but Gapps failed. So I went into TWRP and installed it from there just fine. But it would not install from Acme3. Just my experience for what its worth.

Edited by colt223, 18 August 2012 - 09:20 AM.

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nevertells

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Posted 19 August 2012 - 09:12 AM #10

Ok, so I did an Acmeuninstall, installed CWM, then the 2048 size increase patch via CWM, rebooted, size patch worked perfect.
then put my nightly (07/11) into the cminstall folder, along with Gapps 04/29.
Nightly installed just fine, but Gapps failed. So I went into TWRP and installed it from there just fine. But it would not install from Acme3. Just my experience for what its worth.


Try this, unintall everything. Put Moboot, CWM or TWRP, nightly and gapps in cminstall. Make sure all zip file names start with update. Run ACMEInstaller3. Boot to CM and verifiy everything installed OK. Now go install the memory size fix via CMW or TWRP.
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