dsixda - HTC Android Kitchen, v0.121 [Linux / Mac / Windows]

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curfew65

curfew65

Stammgast
Aloha zusammen,

ich wollte euch mal ein schönes offline-kitchen vorstellen.
habe mir damit jetzt schon etliche roms aus den neusten ruu`s und custom rom`s gekocht die auch so gut wie alle wunderbar funzen ! :thumbsup:
für die jenigen die das jetzt zum ersten mal sehen und es diesen in den fingern juckt, wünsche ich viel spaß beim köcheln :D

[KITCHEN][20. FEB. '11] HTC Android Kitchen, v0.128 [Linux / Mac / Windows]
dsixda's HTC Android Kitchen
dsixda's HTC Android Kitchen

KLICKEN SIE HIER FÜR DAS KITCHEN @ android.grdlock.net DOWNLOAD


Download Plugins (used in Advanced Menu of Kitchen)

1. Android Builder - by gnarlyc
Downloads the Android open source code for use with the kitchen
2. Application Verifier for Data Partition - by StenaviN
Fixes issue where certain apps under /data/app folder of ROM cause force-close
3. Update Hosts - by -Mr. X-
Generates an ad-free 'hosts' file


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HTC Android Kitchen - by dsixda (xda-developers.com)
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Main Menu

1. Set up working folder from ROM
2. Add root permissions
3. Add BusyBox
4. Disable boot screen sounds
5. Add wireless tethering
6. Zipalign all *.apk files to optimize RAM usage
7. Change wipe status of ROM
8. Change name of ROM
9. Check update-script for errors
10. Show working folder information

Advanced Options

11 - Deodex files in your ROM
12 - Add task killer tweak for speed (stock ROM only)
13 - Add /data/app functionality
14 - Add Nano text editor + sysro/sysrw
15 - Add Bash (command shell)
16 - Add Apps2SD
17 - Add /etc/init.d scripts support (busybox run-parts)
18 - Add custom boot animation functionality
19 - Porting tools (experimental)
20 - Unpack or re-pack a boot image
21 - Sign APK file(s)
22 - Convert update-script or updater-script
23 - Run plugin scripts

99. Build ROM from working folder
00. About/Update kitchen
0. Exit

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This kitchen has support for the following HTC devices:
Buzz / Wildfire
Desire
Desire HD
Desire Z
Dream / G1
Droid Eris
Evo 4G
Evo Shift 4G
HD2 - using NAND ROM
Hero / G2 Touch
Incredible
Legend
Magic / myTouch 3G
myTouch 4G
Nexus One
Tattoo / Click
All other rooted HTC Android devices (untested)
All other HTC Windows Mobile devices that can run Android NAND ROMs (untested)

Non-HTC devices that have been confirmed by others to work with this kitchen:
Huawei U8100/U8110/U8120/U8150
LG Ally
LG Shine Plus
LG GT540 Optimus
Motorola CLIQ
T-Mobile Pulse

NOTE: A custom recovery menu is required to flash the ROMs!


Who is this kitchen for?
Those who are brand new to creating custom ROMs and want an easy place to start
Those who just want to modify shipped ROMs or someone else's custom ROMs to their liking
Those who are confused by all those scripts and complex commands required for building and extracting

Acknowledgements

Thank you to these kind people for their donations: TheAshMan, elelinux, Hacre, puertoblack2003, nerdo, M. Linskiy, Juggalo_X, RyanLee, miharkula, Alex-V, robocik, westy4096, vin255764

Reading and searching will always help you in this forum. I learned everything from several places, but these are the best sources:
Lox_Dev's cooking guide for HTC Hero: [How to] Rom cooking - xda-developers
androidcustomrom's cooking guide for HTC Magic: [GUIDE] How to create a your own ROM - xda-developers
androcheck's task killer guide to speed up your device: How to configure Android's *internal* taskkiller - xda-developers
The 'No Idea' Blog - guide to making your own rooted Android ROM: http://lukasz.szmit.eu/2009/12/makin...droid-rom.html
JesusFreke's utilities for deodexing - smali - Project Hosting on Google Code
tkirton's Darktremor Apps2SD - [OUTDATED] Darktremor Apps2SD version 2.7 Update 3r1 (2010-06-26) - xda-developers
ChainsDD's Superuser package - [APP] Superuser 2.3.6.1 - Now on the Market [2010-09-05] - xda-developers
And also thanks to all the Android developers and cooks who supplied the binaries for this kitchen. Last but not least, thanks to the custom recovery image developers, without whom the flashing of these ROMs would not be possible (Koush, Amon_RA, etc.). They all gave me the inspiration to create a kitchen!
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curfew65

curfew65

Stammgast
UPDATE:
dsixda's HTC Android Kitchen

KLICKEN SIE HIER FÜR DAS KITCHEN @ android.grdlock.net DOWNLOAD


Download Plugins (used in Advanced Menu of Kitchen)

1. Android Builder - by gnarlyc
Downloads the Android open source code for use with the kitchen
2. Application Verifier for Data Partition - by StenaviN
Fixes issue where certain apps under /data/app folder of ROM cause force-close


Version 0,128 - 20. Februar 2011 - Release Notes

Version 0.128 (February 20, 2011):

-Fixed issue with Mac OS X when trying to find kernel offset in boot.img
-Fixed issue with Mac OS X when trying to find Android header in boot.img

Version 0.127 (February 19, 2011):

-Fixed issue introduced in 0.124 where /boot folder from NAND ROM was being ignored

Version 0.126 (February 18, 2011):

-When porting, no need to prompt for updater-script conversion when extracting kernel/ramdisk/modules from ROM
-Submitted this kitchen version to GitHub; will collaborate with RMGeren to add Samsung Galaxy S branch, based on this version

Version 0.125 (February 16, 2011):

-Fixed issue where redundant busybox permissions were set in update-script - thanks mike1986.
-During building of ROM, if updater-script is created automatically (due to Edify commands in update-script) but user does not want to add it to update.zip, then build will be cancelled and update.zip removed.
-While creating working folder from ZIP file or system.img, if boot.img is missing and user doesn't want to add the 'fake' boot.img, then the incomplete working folder will be removed.

Version 0.124 (16 February, 2011):

-Added support for *.ZIP or system.img that does not come with boot.img (e.g. for locked bootloader devices like Xperia X10) - kitchen will add a temporary boot.img that gets automatically removed from built ROM's ZIP file
-Removed requirement for busybox (for 'mkdir') and mounting of boot partition when creating updater-script
-Fixed issue in updater-script creation script, where 'execute' permissions were sometimes not set for 'run_program' files
-Fixed syntax error in update-scripts that contain Apps2SD; was causing ROMs to not flash successfully
-Fixed issue where changes to init.rc were not verified (e.g. in scripts for Nano, Task Killer Tweak, and BusyBox Run-Parts)

Version 0.123 (February 15, 2011):

-Fixed issue where scripts in the root folder of the ROM were not being executed if updater-script is used
-Fixed issue where /boot folder was not being created in updater-script due to wrong command (/xbin/busybox/mkdir instead of /system/xbin/busybox mkdir!)
-Fixed issue where Bash error message appears if Apps2SD is installed after Bash was already installed. Shouldn't be an error.
-Fixed issue where kitchen was using an older version of my 'move_cache_sd' script and hence was using toolbox instead of busybox
-Fixed other various issues in updater-script and update-script conversion routines


Version 0.122 (February 13, 2011):

-Added option to unpack a data.img from a Nandroid backup
-Added support for Huawei UPDATE.APP when extracting ROM into a working folder - thanks to ZeBadger
-When extracting a ROM, script will first check if system.img is in EXT3 format rather than compiling and running "unyaffs" unnecessarily
-Fixed issue where various scripts write to the update-script but do not verify the change
-Fixed issues in various scripts due to BOOT-EXTRACTED folder containing missing files
-Fixed issues in various scripts due to a "format <filesystem> DATA:" statement in update-script that was converted from an updater-script
-Fixed syntax errors in "Show working folder information" routine that were due to missing files in working folder
-Fixed issue where ROM would be detected in subfolder under "original_update" folder, then shown in menu, but script would not take action if user selected it. These subfolders will no longer be shown in menu.
-Fixed issue where a bad ZIP file would not be extracted into working folder but user would have to press Enter twice to continue


Version 0,122 (13. Februar 2011) :

-Added option to unpack a data.img from a Nandroid backup
-Added support for Huawei UPDATE.APP when extracting ROM into a working folder - thanks to ZeBadger
-When extracting a ROM, script will first check if system.img is in EXT3 format rather than compiling and running "unyaffs" unnecessarily
-Fixed issue where various scripts write to the update-script but do not verify the change
-Fixed issues in various scripts due to BOOT-EXTRACTED folder containing missing files
-Fixed issues in various scripts due to a "format <filesystem> DATA:" statement in update-script that was converted from an updater-script
-Fixed syntax errors in "Show working folder information" routine that were due to missing files in working folder
-Fixed issue where ROM would be detected in subfolder under "original_update" folder, then shown in menu,
but script would not take action if user selected it. These subfolders will no longer be shown in menu.
-Fixed issue where a bad ZIP file would not be extracted into working folder but user would have to press Enter twice to continue
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