[ROM] Released 6 different HoneyComb MOD for Android OS 1.6 HCV13.0 B20

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    Hi, the rom install itself ok, but stuck and say error on "Format Data Partition Fail!". After reboot the system (2 minutes of boot always), honeycomb wake on, but with no root.
    Some ideas? I have read string codes of update.sh but nothing strange appear...

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    To Eric & others.
    I have had the same message and perhaps this will help you too. I own two of them crappy Panimage media tablets and tried to install this mod. Got "Format Data Partition Fail!" several times on both my panimage's so i figured out that you should first grab 2 files from the Honeycomb mod which are in "script/pre_root_disk/app" folder. First one is the Superuser.apk and the other is com.estrongs.android.pop.apk which is the ES file explorer. install and run both first. then follow the "Normal" install routine. 100% successfull both times ^^

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    Ok, I'm considering myself as stupid, but...where do you get the file to use for HOneycomb and the two others you mentioned and then, do you just install the two normally on the nonrooted device, then run something else and get HOneycomb? Ugh! I'm terrified to do anything to the ol' wm8650 as I'm afraid I'll kill it!

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