- Feb 13, 2010
The SD cards access are slowered a bit because of a bug. Not a big deal.
Only if you boot into the newer Kernel (hold right shoulderbutton while resetting and select with B-Button you can use the full ram. in 1.5 b2 there are both kernels available.
OK, I did that and it booted from the NAND.
1) Is there a way to boot the new kernel and still boot my SD OS?
2) Can I upgrade the kernel without upgrading the entire OS?
Maybe you should flash the NAND to get the new bootloader ?
EvilDragon said:For those running from SD cards, you first need to install the new bootloaders.
You can do this by copying everything from above zip to root of SD card, but leaving out rootfs.img and rootfs.md5 and then following usual reflashing procedure. Then everything but NAND rootfs will be reflashed.
To install it, simply extract the archive onto the root of your SD Card.
Insert the SD Card into the left slot. Keep R (shoulder) pressed while switching on your Pandora and select "Boot from SD1"
Any help is appreciated, thanks ^^.I don't want so seem annoying, nor do I want to break the current discussion, but...
did someone check the "placeholder" icons I made for the suggested feature of a clockrate indicator for the taskbar I have posted recently here : http://boards.openpa...180#entry141064 ?
I would appreciate some feedback on this. It didn't take very long to do them, but I think this could work while someone who's good at graphics designing can do a better job.
I also have problems with TV-out.TV-out now worker after the second try today.
It was stable then.
There's still some start up problem.
One time it had a verry blurred picture (not the fault of the cable) when using PAL-composite but a good picture with NTSC-composit (TV is PAL).
When switching back to Pal there's that no Picture and no sound bug as described above.
I had rebooted and tried again. Maybe it was luck but it worked then.
After that I strained the cable a lot without any loss of quality.
Can someone else with a TV-out cable and in PAL region check this, please.