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WoZZeR's PlatformReBuilder Based Kitchen (23064)


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Guest magi1984

if you use an original OEM folder and it works...and with your kitchen oem folder doesn't work,try to re-cook OEM...

control MUI in your oem...

for me,my problem was in SYS,not in OEM folder...sorry...

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Guest Nicklashidegard
@nick: wozzer kitchen need metadata folder, delete only .ROM and .VM folder

thank you for your job! :)

Ok, cheers.. I'm gonna do some more testing on this kitchen then.. I kept having issues with a few things and i COULD be due to .VM and .ROM (i hope it was).

Thanks!! :(

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if you use an original OEM folder and it works...and with your kitchen oem folder doesn't work,try to re-cook OEM...

It's not a problem with my OEM. I have used a stock OEM (two different ones) and it doesn't work.

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Guest Augustocvc

bpivk I have the same problem that you. Nothing working. I suspect the problem is the windows 7 x64 because the message talks about Visual C + + Runtime Error. You're trying to cook his rom in which language? I'm trying to pt-br (0416), in eng (0409) has worked with other builds.

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I have used windows xp 32bit SP2, windows 7 64bit.

The files are 0409 (english). The systems itself (windows) are in my native language but I doubt that it would bother the kitchen.

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Guest whiteblazer00
Hello fellas!

We got some more updates on Wozer's kitchen.

Version 1.02a --> Download: Base_Kitchenv1.02a.zip

New/Updates:

Option to change pagepool size.

Updated recmodded files.

Added new function to create new executable rom. You can of course use our friend's Pakko777 tool to create it..

How-to cook:

1. Create a new folder in \SYS and name it after your build version, for example 23064. Place your SYS files in there. DO NOT include .ROM and .VM.

2. Place your OEM files in \OEM folder.

Optional step: Place your EXT files in \EXT folder.

3. Create a new folder in \ROM\XIP\ and name it after your build version, for example 23064. Place the \MSXIPKernel folder inside. This is the donor folder.

You will now 2 folders, \ROM\XIP\Omnia and \ROM\XIP\buildversion

4. Go back to the root and choose ur desired XIP compression mode. Enable XPR.cmd triggers the XPR compression. Enable LZX.cmd triggers the LZX compression.

5. Double click the BuildRom.cmd to start building ur rom.

6. A new console window will appear and ask ur build version. You have to enter it the number as it shows on screen.

Moving on will appear to enter the pagepool size. Default is 14mb but i recommend using an 8mb size. Just enter your desired number. Pagepool varies from 1mb - 24mb.

7. Follow the instructions on screen and soon you will have a new rom to enjoy.

Important Note: I have included an eboot.nb0 (DXID1) and a simple customer.csc which are in \updater\ directory. These files will merge with pda.bin and create an executable file ready for flashing.

For foreign language users:

- Should change to their own eboot.nb0 according to their language.

- Should change in BuildRom.cmd the value of: SET LOCALE=0409 to their language muis.

Happy Cooking!

What can you put into the EXT folder? I'm new to this, i followed your directions and got build 23071 to go but its stock. any help would be greatly appreciated

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Guest MAMBO04

i second that... i have the OEM files and everything else now just the EXT are needed, where does one get them from?!

any help is appreciated :D

also, how do we cook in apps, just need a bit of guidance here cause i have no clue :P

EDIT i also get this error when i'm building the ROM, after i choose my LZX compression (8mb) it says:

ERROR- Can not open source file.

any ideas?

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Guest dayspring2099us
If you delete file "Place your OEM here" in folder OEM it would be fine. :D

have same error problems even already delete that file? any suggestion?

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I have tried to cook the rom on a different computer with Windows 7 and Windows XP.

I get the same error on both computers with any i900 OEM. The Verizon OEM that wozzer provided doesn't give me any errors though.

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Guest sealeviathan

Here is workaround to avoid runtime error in some cases.

If you are using fresh(extracted) oem from DXID (not the cleaned one).

You will got some equal named files and modules in oem (DXID) and sys. And, as result, kitchen will be unable to resolve which one to use.

It is necessary to remove this files from oem/OEMApps folder:

DownloadAgent.exe

smsTrigger.exe

flashlite.dll

flashsnddec.dll

si_impl.dll

And SimTKit.dll folder from oem/OEMDrivers folder.

Enjoy!

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Thanks also. The kitchen works but my rom did not boot. ;) :D :lol: :P Any ideas?

+1

Mine is stuck on Downloading Eboot ?? ? any help will be appreciated

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Guest sealeviathan

If you flash rom and stuck during boot screen.

Try to replace rom/xip/omnia folder with extracted one from WoZZeR.

OEMXIP for i900

Hope this helps...

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Guest magi1984
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Mine is stuck on Downloading Eboot ?? ? any help will be appreciated

kampos first time i have the same problem...the rom_build.exe created with this kitchen have this problem...don't flash this,build manually the exe file with i900 executor,assemble eboot,pda.bin e customer.csc and it's ok!

sorry for my english...

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Guest WoZZeR999

I'm working on a V2 of the kitchen, with real front end!... lol

I'll be working with sector to get a version that works with the i900 the first time (hopefully).

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I get a cannot create file error if I try to build manually with pako's tool.

Something about the file having the wrong name.

Edit: Solved. I have to use the customer.csc file without changing the version.

Does anyone know how I can change the version without errors?

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I'm working on a V2 of the kitchen, with real front end!... lol

I'll be working with sector to get a version that works with the i900 the first time (hopefully).

Please :D we want something magically creates Rom for I900 :P u know 1 step CreatRom.exe >>> bingo !! your rom is ready

LOL

Really thanks for helping us trying to make our own roms , we will wait for v2 but please can u make us a tutorial with the steps needed for the Kitchen v2 detailed tutorial i hope ;)

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Guest bmarko82
If you flash rom and stuck during boot screen.

Try to replace rom/xip/omnia folder with extracted oe.

Hope this helps...

My rom stuck at booting (just show the omnia logo and nothing happens). What should i do exactly?

Using 23081 XIP/SYS.

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Guest sealeviathan
My rom stuck at booting (just show the omnia logo and nothing happens). What should i do exactly?

Using 23081 XIP/SYS.

My post was messed somehow...very strange...

Try to replace rom/xip/omnia folder with extracted one from WoZZeR.

OEMXIP for i900

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Guest dayspring2099us
My post was messed somehow...very strange...

Try to replace rom/xip/omnia folder with extracted one from WoZZeR.

OEMXIP for i900

have followed all step but the result is still same when using i900OEM the rom cooking shown error and when using i910OEM bootloader is fine but finally got blank. that's all. perhaps need someone clearly write down and provide detail how to cooking in easy way.

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i followed the steps with xip and sys 23081 with untouched OEM and i got rom but when i flash my omnia it freezes on downloading EBoot 5 %

any help will be appreciated i really want to learn how to cook my own rom

thanks in advance

this is what i was talking about

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