i present to you the latest pre-release from vvn's secret underground laboratory.......
THE HALF-ASSED ONE PLUS ONE TOOLKIT v1.3.2 BETA!
STILL IN BETA TESTING. tested most functions on my macbook pro (running OSX mountain lion) and they all seem to be working. haven't tested the newer functions like flashing the newer stock ROM images (XNPH38R and XNPH44S) but theoretically they should work if the others do.
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. i'm not responsible for anything that might happen to your device as a result of using the toolkit. i assume if you are able to make it far enough to install python, the android SDK, and run the script, then you've got a pretty good idea of what you're doing already. if you need help, send me a message.
requirements: python 2.7, android SDK, opotoolkit.py, opointro.py, pyadb.py
NOW ON GITHUB!!!!
to install and run using git:
git clone https://github.com/eudemonics/1plus1toolkit.git 1plus1toolkit
*you might need to run as root, and make sure to have USB debugging enabled*
GITHUB project link: https://github.com/eudemonics/1plus1toolkit
download and install python 2.7: https://www.python.org/downloads/
download and install android SDK: https://developer.android.com/sdk/
it should work with the adb and fastboot binaries provided in the ZIP, but if not, you should install the android SDK. i recommend even MORE that you create an environmental path variable to the android SDK so you can run the commands from any directory.
setting up an environmental path variable (optional - recommended):
if you're on windows you can go to my pastebin, find the only powershell script on there, and steal/adapt the code to create your own environment path variable. but it's much easier to configure in system properties - i'm not on windows right now so these may not be exact instructions, but you should be able to right click on "my computer", select "properties", go to the "environment" tab in system settings, and add the environment path there. linux and OSX users just need to add the android SDK directory to their ~/.bash_profile or ~/.bashsrc or wherever environment paths are defined. if you still don't understand environmental path variables or symbolic links, i highly recommend google (or startpage.com, the private version).
if you don't want to go to the trouble of creating the environmental path variables, and you want to use the android SDK on your computer, then just extract all the files from the ZIP into your android SDK directory.
how to run the toolkit:
plug phone to computer via USB, turn on android debugging.
open command prompt or terminal window to scripts directory. start toolkit by entering:
if everything is installed and in the right places, you should see a menu like the attached screenshot.
i'll continue working on it and adding more when i can so keep checking this space, as well as the pastebin links (i'll add to github eventually). everything's open source; use, share, steal whatever you want from the code. some credit would be nice, though.
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