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Default [Q] "E:signature verification failed" - how to create an image not triggering this?

Is it possible to create a custom zip image, which could be applied using the original "Android system recovery", and which would not trigger "E:signature verification failed"?

Or, perhaps the question should sound - how is the signature verified, so that I can create my own zip image?
 
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Is it possible to create a custom zip image, which could be applied using the original "Android system recovery", and which would not trigger "E:signature verification failed"?

Or, perhaps the question should sound - how is the signature verified, so that I can create my own zip image?
No, thats why we use custom recoveries like CWM/TWRP. Just flash any custom recovey (I take no responsibility, be careful ) and flash!
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Is it possible to create a custom zip image, which could be applied using the original "Android system recovery", and which would not trigger "E:signature verification failed"?

Or, perhaps the question should sound - how is the signature verified, so that I can create my own zip image?
I believe you can disable signature verification
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