IMPORTANT: This is just an attempt and should not be flashed by anyone! I leave it as is cause I don't have the time this week to improve this. I am not a rom developer and have no experience with rom cooking, so I post it because maybe someone with experience can give this a shot.
I just followed the directions from the link posted here, all I did was dealing with the errors that I found along the way...
Stock Based Build
CM7 Based Build
- Stock Based - Not Booting (Loops at COMVIQ Boot Logo)
- CM7 Based - Not Booting (Loops at CM7 Boot Logo)
DECOMPILE APK's and JAR's: I used these files to Decompile apks and jars (install apktool as usual and overwrite with these files at /usr/local/bin)
MY MICODE KITCHEN: I used these files to Build (included tools, build folder and my cm7 build directory) -> these folders are the ones you find inside the MiCode folder, you will need to copy the base CM7 Rom zip into the cm7 folder, I took it to reduce zip size.
To use another rom you will need to edit the makefile to reflect your setup.
Any problem just ask, I'll try to help as much as I can.
I had to modify the build scripts a bit because they where created for a samsung phone. There was an error related to a "twframework-res" wich is a samsung specific file for TouchWiz. Our blade as only the common "framework-res".
I also had to had to substitute the apktool with latest version and aapt from the latest android-sdk in order for it to compile.
When preparing files to the build process (Decompiling apks and jars...) I had to use a modified version of apktool for ICS that I found on XDA, the latest build of apktool would give me erros when decompiling some files. But I indeed used the latest apktool with the build script for the Compile process. I got some warnings and errors but it build the zip.
I used a Ubuntu 11.10 virtual machine and the process was quite fast.
We need our FANTASTIC Rom Devs to give it a Shot because I honestly don't have the knowledge to cook a rom with this.
Edited by KingsizeX, 13 February 2012 - 03:31 PM.