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[ROM_Kithcne] i8000 Kitchen

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hey guys

just found out that a ROM Kitchen for i8000 has been released by Gigges over kingmobile, thought it might helpful for i920 users too.

http://www.kingmobi.net/bbs/thread-107946-1-1.html

i have uploaded kitchen to mediafire

link: http://www.mediafire.com/?e2mnnq1uq03

enjoy guys

Edited by Lancez
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I have no way of testing this, but I can try to get something going for the i920 people. I can try looking into it tomorrow, but since I can't actually test the flash's, it'll be a longer process.

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from what i understood, it is as simple as drag and drop. copy PDA.NBO into kitchen folder then excute dump.bat,wait til its done then u'll get everything out of pda.nbo................but since its written for chinese version ROMs, i dont know if it'll work on english or not. just give u a heads up.

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Ok I was able to extract and rebuild yardi4life's rom and you can pull out files. it has a pdf to tell you where to put items. like rom folders and xip. i couldn't port new os, don't know how. exerytime i tried to port. it ended up like wozzers port just hung at boot screen. maybe the cooks know how to get it port. i will keep trying but wife is getting annoyed with me lol

i8000kitchen1.6.rar

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Ok I was able to extract and rebuild yardi4life's rom and you can pull out files. it has a pdf to tell you where to put items. like rom folders and xip. i couldn't port new os, don't know how. exerytime i tried to port. it ended up like wozzers port just hung at boot screen. maybe the cooks know how to get it port. i will keep trying but wife is getting annoyed with me lol

I can guess that you didn't reallocate xip modules in ExtReloc and probably just did 'realloc imgfs'?

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ummm.....ok umm yep i was to realllcote my taxes and unreallocate the dividends. lol i will see what that ireallocating is and try that

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ummm.....ok umm yep i was to realllcote my taxes and unreallocate the dividends. lol i will see what that ireallocating is and try that

another future cook ;)

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