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[i930x][CWM Advanced Edition] PhilZ Touch

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9th January 2013, 07:18 PM |#501  
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PhilZ Touch 4.00-b04

Download:
- odin: http://www.mediafire.com/file/3g6ke5...-i9300.tar.md5
- cwm: http://www.mediafire.com/file/m6z7ww...-b04-i9300.zip


This version wouldn't have been pushed as I did not plan any updates of the binary before 4.00 Final. But since we needed a repack with XXELLA kernel and the code was ready for these changes, I pushed it.

New in v4.00-b04 Recovery (CWM 6.0.2.7 based)
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- Repack with XXELLA kernel supposed to be SDS safe
- Fix romname added to nandroid backups: now build.prop will be parsed instead of reading system properties
- Custom rom.zip scripts completely revised to show progress and handle errors (beta and will be completely revised in Final build)

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9th January 2013, 07:24 PM |#502  
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hi,

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Originally Posted by Phil3759

PhilZ Touch 4.00-b04

Download:
- odin: http://www.mediafire.com/file/3g6ke5...-i9300.tar.md5
- cwm: http://www.mediafire.com/file/m6z7ww...-b04-i9300.zip


This version wouldn't have been pushed as I did not plan any updates of the binary before 4.00 Final. But since we needed a repack with XXELLA kernel and the code was ready for these changes, I pushed it.

Changes:

Thanks!
9th January 2013, 07:25 PM |#503  
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It's not Hex. Hexidecimal is 16 characters. 0 through 9 followed by A through F. Hex = 6 (A-F) and Decimal =10 (0-9)

So as this is off topic, please lets agree to disagree. Its 15 character Hexidecimal that can go up to Z if there are more than 15 revisions within any one month (eg, September's revision 18, XXDLIH)

Sorry Phil, carry on.

Sry for the off topic as well and I confess you're right, forgot about the builds going further than F, it is indeed not hex, sry.

But still, hex isn't a-f as you state yourself it's 0-f where 0 at hexadecimal (base 16) is still equal to 0 at decimal (base 10) (check this: http://www.december.com/html/spec/dechex.html)
and 0-9 must not be decimal, when you don't know which base is used (if just 0-7 would be provided it could also even be octal).

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Sry for the off topic as well and I confess you're right, forgot about the builds going further than F, it is indeed not hex, sry.

But still, hex isn't a-f as you state yourself it's 0-f where 0 at hexadecimal (base 16) is still equal to 0 at decimal (base 10) (check this: http://www.december.com/html/spec/dechex.html)
and 0-9 must not be decimal, when you don't know which base is used (if just 0-7 would be provided it could also even be octal).

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I flashed v4 with mobil odin, but in recovery it still says v3.
Anything wrong?

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9th January 2013, 07:44 PM |#506  
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I flashed v4 with mobil odin, but in recovery it still says v3.
Anything wrong?

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Check the build version a bit down. It says 4.00-b04.
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Check the build version a bit down. It says 4.00-b04.

Yes, I did not edit the main display: it shows PhilZ Touch 3 instead of 4

Exact version is in PhilZ Settings / About
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Originally Posted by Phil3759

PhilZ Touch 4.00-b04

Download:
- odin: http://www.mediafire.com/file/3g6ke5...-i9300.tar.md5
- cwm: http://www.mediafire.com/file/m6z7ww...-b04-i9300.zip


This version wouldn't have been pushed as I did not plan any updates of the binary before 4.00 Final. But since we needed a repack with XXELLA kernel and the code was ready for these changes, I pushed it.

New in v4.00-b04 Recovery (CWM 6.0.2.7 based)

no custom nandroid feature
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no custom nandroid feature

As I wrote, that version would have never been released. It is an internal test version. Since I had to update recovery kernel, I decided to push the changes I did till now since they are stable, mainly the fix for nandroid folder name which was buggy in previous version

All other features are work in progress and will be in 4.00 Final. Be patient, it takes time to write some code after the real life day...
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