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This is a tool for converting amend scripts to edify scripts.

:[Requirements]:
Microsoft .Net 3.0
An update zip or an "update-script" to convert.
An android phone with a custom recovery that supports edify scripted zip files.
The Java Runtime Environment (only required for signing zip files).

:[Instructions]: Click options Mount type and choose xperia x10

Open program.
Select "Options" -> check "Backup Original".
Select "Options" -> check "Delete Temp Files".
Select "Options" -> check "Sign Zip File". << Requires Java (probably won't work on Linux).
Select "Options" -> "Mount Type" -> Select your phone or it's closest equivalent.
Select "File" -> "Open" -> Browse for and select the file to be converted.
Check the "Output" Tab for the resulting conversion.
Select "File" -> "Save"...

amend2edify_v1.0.1.1.zip

Credits to nubecoder for creating this tool

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http://android.modac...recovery-1-0-0/

touches upon this in the thread above. But appreciate the how too

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http://android.modac...recovery-1-0-0/

touches upon this in the thread above. But appreciate the how too

Posted a link to this thread on that thread, since that thread is mostly as a list of what roms need a convert and wich that don't need one.

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This is a tool for converting amend scripts to edify scripts.

:[Requirements]:
Microsoft .Net 3.0
An update zip or an "update-script" to convert.
An android phone with a custom recovery that supports edify scripted zip files.
The Java Runtime Environment (only required for signing zip files).

:[Instructions]: Click options Mount type and choose xperia x10

Open program.
Select "Options" -> check "Backup Original".
Select "Options" -> check "Delete Temp Files".
Select "Options" -> check "Sign Zip File". << Requires Java (probably won't work on Linux).
Select "Options" -> "Mount Type" -> Select your phone or it's closest equivalent.
Select "File" -> "Open" -> Browse for and select the file to be converted.
Check the "Output" Tab for the resulting conversion.
Select "File" -> "Save"...

amend2edify_v1.0.1.1.zip

Credits to nubecoder for creating this tool



how come dont have xperia x10i in that mount type? ><

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For me, I have not seen the benefits outway the issues or the effort to upgrade to 1.0 from .3 xRecovery. I'm sticking with .3 as long as I can. I haven't seen any reason with how I use and flash my stuff that I need to change yet.

Edited by highaltitude, 26 June 2011 - 05:10 AM.

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For me, I have not seen the benefits outway the issues or the effort to upgrade to 1.0 from .3 xRecovery. I'm sticking with .3 as long as I can. I haven't seen any reason with how I use and flash my stuff that I need to change yet.

Well, the biggest difference is the possibility to dual boot a custom rom with the stock one.
Good for people who need the camera or like mediascape etc.

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Well, the biggest difference is the possibility to dual boot a custom rom with the stock one.
Good for people who need the camera or like mediascape etc.



Can you Only dual boot by using xRec 1.0?

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Can you Only dual boot by using xRec 1.0?


yes.

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