Originally Posted by rutvikrvr
Of course u can. .... . change cm.mk to slim.mk
Inside the slim.mk and change the cm to slim
Rename cm.dependencies to slim.dependencies
Then in the androidproducts.mk .... Change the name to slim.mk
That's it ..
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Just replace according to the images in the guide... Which shows the diff between the cm.mk and slim.mk
Thank you for your answer
So what you are asking me to do is:
repo init -u git://github.com/CyanogenMod/android.git -b cm-11.0
And then to replace/edit cm.mk, cm.dependencies and androidproducts.mk right?
Well, that part is fine, can do that, but where I get confused is, when my device is not in CM official list, how does doing these steps build a working ROM for my device? I mean won't it need drivers, kernel, bootloader or stuff. Sorry, I don't quite understand all these things, thats why just wanted to clear things out. Sorry for my noobness >.<
And yes ofc, one more thing I don't understand, how does renaming cm to slim change the ROM to a SlimRom because I just downloaded the CM source right?
Once again sorry for my noobness >.<