@ twrock. hi.could you make update of that rom?
saw that there are update for quick pic...and for buxybox.
what do you think about replacing spare parts with spare parts + which is more recent...?
i know i should be able to do it by myself with all your last explanation about that.
i tried with quickpic but i had a kind of problem with system/bin and system/xbin... with number 72 error
in the last quick pic the libs are under armeabi/libs/ and the second lib under x86 do i have to take both? thx
I don't understand your "72 error". I don't know why anything is changing with /bin or /xbin. Updating QuickPic should have nothing to do with /bin or /xbin. So I don't get it.
Sorry if what I write below is everything you already know, but I'm not sure what you understand and what you don't.
You want the lib file from /lib/armeabi, not /x86. You need to keep the QuickPic.apk as it is. Don't change anything with the apk itself. Just extract a copy
of the lib file. Delete the previous version of QuickPic.apk from the rom you are updating and replace it with the new version. You can rename QuickPic.apk (but no spaces).
When you put that lib file (libqpicjni86.so) into /system/lib of the rom you are trying to update, you should also delete the previous lib file (libqpicjni82.so) because it is just taking up space. You can't rename the lib file, because the app must access it.
Unfortunately it will probably be some time before I will do more work on this rom (or any other). And, as you know from what I said when I modified this rom originally, I'm not highly motivated to work further on this particular one. I prefer Styx, because it is quicker and has better battery life (at least for me in my "real life" use). I don't use it, and I don't have a lot of time at the moment.
However, if it is only a few apps that you want to update, using Titanium Backup Pro it is very easy to do so. You only need to install the update from the Market, and then "integrate" that update into the rom using Titanium. The previous version will be gone, and the new version will survive a complete wipe. Titanium will take care or the necessary lib file as well.