I'm interested in putting BT4 on my mobile phone. Rooted Motorola Cliq. A modder over at the moto mod forums got a Debian image running on his Cliq. He also posted a how to here. Successful Debian chroot on Cliq - ModMyMoto - Software Modding Forums and Updates for Motorola Phones
I'm chrooted into a debian install right now. Everything seems fully functional at this point. USB mounting also appears to work, but under my Linux install it also mounts the ext2 partition which worries me quite a bit!
Here's what I did, more or less:
Rooted my phone with TheDude's rom.
Mounted 2gb SD card under linux, created a 1.2GB fat32 partition #1, and an 800MB ext2 partition #2.
I mounted the debian .img file from the G1 tutorial and copied all the folders over to the EXT2 partition.
I re-mounted the /system partition read-write via this command in an ADB shell:
mount -o rw,remount -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock1 /system
I created a /system/debian folder, then I mounted the Debian partition:
mount -t ext2 -o noatime /dev/block/vold/179:2 /system/debian
I chrooted into this partition with:
And I'm sitting at a bash prompt.
Can it be as simple as using a BT4 image rather than the one he used in the guide? If not can someone tell me what needs to be done to accomplish this. I know things would probably run a lil slow. But just the thought of having BT4 on my phone is intoxicating.