[Bug 1582325] Re: udf with --custom-tarball that is too big: cannot pass bootsplash on reboot

Jean-Baptiste Lallement jean-baptiste.lallement at ubuntu.com
Tue May 17 09:00:01 UTC 2016

*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1568889 ***

** This bug has been marked a duplicate of bug 1568889
   Upgrade to OTA10 fails on Meizu MX4

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  udf with --custom-tarball that is too big: cannot pass bootsplash on

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Bug description:
  Summary: I am installing my own customized tarball to cooler with udf
  using --customized-tarball option. If the customized tarball is too
  large, udf reports "can't write" error and fails.

  Rebooting from recovery menu leaves device stuck in bootsplash.

  We don't want this to happen on a channel.

  Details to follow.

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