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#131
yup.
ditto
+1 to that...!
here here...!!
bring it on for the nexus 5!
I have an extra one waiting JUST for Leste...
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#132
I have a Nexus 5 at home. For some reason I assumed it would have a MicroSD card slot, but it doesn't. So I'm trying to figure out what the sensible/easy way to load an OS on it would be, without bricking the device. I think postmarketos has a wiki page on the Nexus 5, so perhaps I just need to check what they do/did.

I did boot an some test image (not Leste) over usb and verified that quite some kernel stuff works. I'll try it coming Wednesday.
 

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You can load OSs via multiROM. Which OS to use is selected at boot time.
 

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Originally Posted by Wizzup_ View Post
I have a Nexus 5 at home. For some reason I assumed it would have a MicroSD card slot, but it doesn't. So I'm trying to figure out what the sensible/easy way to load an OS on it would be, without bricking the device. I think postmarketos has a wiki page on the Nexus 5, so perhaps I just need to check what they do/did.

I did boot an some test image (not Leste) over usb and verified that quite some kernel stuff works. I'll try it coming Wednesday.
I used a micro-USB drive when putting Sailfish on my Nexus 5.
 

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Originally Posted by Wizzup_ View Post
I have a Nexus 5 at home. For some reason I assumed it would have a MicroSD card slot, but it doesn't. So I'm trying to figure out what the sensible/easy way to load an OS on it would be, without bricking the device. I think postmarketos has a wiki page on the Nexus 5, so perhaps I just need to check what they do/did.

I did boot an some test image (not Leste) over usb and verified that quite some kernel stuff works. I'll try it coming Wednesday.
With multirom you can transfer files easily with the usb cable from a pc or mount an external drive with an OTG cable.
 

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