booting from usb

Discussion in 'Gome Flytouch II Firmware' started by Appychappy, Feb 1, 2011.

  1. Appychappy

    Appychappy Member

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    I can't resist it. ime thinking of going to the root directory. but first is it possible to boot from usb or sd? is there programme to do this?
    I looked in the market for zt4 but its not there.
    Something else, is it possible to wipe the drive clean and install linux or even (god forbid) windows?
    once i get a bee in my bonnet I find it hard to stop.
     
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    The FlyTouch II uses an ARM based CPU, so running a full Windows is unrealistic. I am currently trying to establish how to boot from the SD card or USB as I would like to have a crack at a full Debian system on there - with 1GHz CPU and a 10.1" display, adding a USB keyboard and mouse would make this things an awesome netbook replacement. :D
     

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