[Q] Partition table on bootloader, avoiding signature check?

Hi guys.

I am one of the users of a Motorola Xoom, a really good device with a lot of potential until Motorola decided to stop upgrading/supporting (what a shame).

Some Xoom owners and me are decided to keep device up to date. For 3 reasons:

- It is a good device.
- It was expensive and we want to use it as long as possible.
- And the most important reason: because it is a challenge.

We need to increase the /system partition, and that means that we need to reduce the /userdata partition and move the /cache one. The structure of the Xoom is this:

Partition Start End Size in sectors >P MS Data 47104 51199 4096 P MS Data 61440 65535 4096 P MS Data 122880 647159 524280 P MS Data 647168 993279 346112 P MS Data 993280 62319583 61326304

The problem is that after some test, we think that the partition table is inside of the bootloader partition, and that means that there is signature checks that we need to avoid, and to be honest, I have no idea how to do it.

Can someone bring some light to this matter? Our results are in but I think that is something important and many devices may benefit of what we find.

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