Jump to content

[wip] Krautmod


Guest iKrautDroid
 Share

Recommended Posts

Guest iKrautDroid

I have been trying lots of roms lately and I noticed that the official 2.1 is (in my opinion) the fastest and most stable rom around. I installed it on my pulse, rooted it with z4 root and started editing it with root explorer. I'm very happy with these results and I want to make it into a flashable zip.

But how is this done?

Can I use dsixda's kitchen to unpack the update, root it, then add/delete everything I want and finally make it into a flashable zip?

Edit: I just downloaded dsixda's kitchen and it doesn't work.

Is it only for Linux? If not, where can I download the windows version? If yes, I there a good windows kitchen that can open the updata.app?

Edited by iKrautDroid
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Guest AntonioPT
I have been trying lots of roms lately and I noticed that the official 2.1 is (in my opinion) the fastest and most stable rom around. I installed it on my pulse, rooted it with z4 root and started editing it with root explorer. I'm very happy with these results and I want to make it into a flashable zip.

But how is this done?

Can I use dsixda's kitchen to unpack the update, root it, then add/delete everything I want and finally make it into a flashable zip?

Edit: I just downloaded dsixda's kitchen and it doesn't work.

Is it only for Linux? If not, where can I download the windows version? If yes, I there a good windows kitchen that can open the updata.app?

dsixda's kitchen only works on Linux. The methods for running it on Windows are using virtualization (running Ubuntu on Vmware/virtualbox) and cygwin, a linux compatibility layer. I would recommend you either to install ubuntu on virtualbox or on a separate partition.

Use this (http://android.modaco.com/content/t-mobile-pulse-pulse-modaco-com/311344/repacking-updata-app-was-new-version-of-split-updata-pl/) script to unpack updata.app and then unyaffs to unpack system.img.

BTW, cooking roms can be hard on a beginner, why don't you try to start with a ROM like FLB?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Guest iKrautDroid
dsixda's kitchen only works on Linux. The methods for running it on Windows are using virtualization (running Ubuntu on Vmware/virtualbox) and cygwin, a linux compatibility layer. I would recommend you either to install ubuntu on virtualbox or on a separate partition.

Use this (http://android.modaco.com/content/t-mobile-pulse-pulse-modaco-com/311344/repacking-updata-app-was-new-version-of-split-updata-pl/) script to unpack updata.app and then unyaffs to unpack system.img.

BTW, cooking roms can be hard on a beginner, why don't you try to start with a ROM like FLB?

I installed cygwin. How do I use the kitchen now?

BTW: If I dont try I'll never learn

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Please sign in to comment

You will be able to leave a comment after signing in



Sign In Now
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.