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Post [Q] want to learn how to make my first rom

ok so i have been asking question to much on xda developers i want to learn how to make my first rom and where do i find the downloads to do all this kind of stuff it would be kind of neat for me to make my first rom and test it out where do i begin at and what to do get it working properly i want to really learn to do this thanks
 
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ok so i have been asking question to much on xda developers i want to learn how to make my first rom and where do i find the downloads to do all this kind of stuff it would be kind of neat for me to make my first rom and test it out where do i begin at and what to do get it working properly i want to really learn to do this thanks
Hi i dont know much either but i progressing but what i would do is start off easy as in getting a deodexed verison of the rom and adding small tweaks and changes like buil.prop, init.d, ringtones, then as that gets easier start looking around on how to edit like ui and scripts and system and adding various apps into settings and so on but if u want to really learn ask a pro dev or read up on xda university on how to build a rom

remember if u use someone elses rom ask first so u dont get in trouble
 
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