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And for 2nd ROM I'll just have to change the updater script like earlier...thanks

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The best way (in my opinion) is to change the updater-script on both roms. You only need to change it once for both roms.
But the other solution is also possible.

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The best way (in my opinion) is to change the updater-script on both roms. You only need to change it once for both roms.
But the other solution is also possible.

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what do you exactly mean by "You only need to change it once for both roms"
 
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what do you exactly mean by "You only need to change it once for both roms"
The updater-script probably won't change if the Android version of the rom stays the same.
So what I meant is, that you need to change the updater-script once (one for cm and one for omni) and you can use it for the next updates too.

I hope I explained it well enough.

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The updater-script probably won't change if the Android version of the rom stays the same.
So what I meant is, that you need to change the updater-script once (one for cm and one for omni) and you can use it for the next updates too.

I hope I explained it well enough.

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so i changed the updater script of the 2nd rom once.. then i dont have to change it again if i update the rom on the same kitkat version (4.4.2)??
is this what you meant?
 
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so i changed the updater script of the 2nd rom once.. then i dont have to change it again if i update the rom on the same kitkat version (4.4.2)??
is this what you meant?
You extract the updater-script modify it and save it. Put this updater-script in the "rom file".zip when you flash an update.
Remember that you can brick your phone when you make the wrong modifications.
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You extract the updater-script modify it and save it. Put this updater-script in the "rom file".zip when you flash an update.
Remember that you can brick your phone when you make the wrong modifications.
Thank you.. finally understood.

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