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How to start ubuntu-touch on Nexus 7 3G Tilapia (nakasig)?
I am trying run Ubuntu Touch on my Nexus 7 3G Tilapia, but I only see the "Google" splash screen. I have read many forums and found that the /data partition is different on Tilapia and Grouper ...
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