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[RELEASE][7-7-11] RevoToolkit - Easily install ClockworkMod on your Revo4G!

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1st July 2011, 04:50 AM |#21  
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Looking good. Keep up the awesome work!

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1st July 2011, 12:02 PM |#22  
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Just...a...little...more tweaking left to do...

Program runs, and works reliably-- but I'm still running into a slight issue with "su" and md5sum...

Either way, come Friday night, I should have this released.
For now, I'm off to bed (it's 4AM).


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Question: since I've made all the strings into resources, would it be useful for me to publish the sting tables so that it can be translated into other languages? Not sure if anyone feels the need for a RevoToolkit en Espanol...)
1st July 2011, 12:33 PM |#23  
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Just...a...little...more tweaking left to do...

Program runs, and works reliably-- but I'm still running into a slight issue with "su" and md5sum...

Either way, come Friday night, I should have this released.
For now, I'm off to bed (it's 4AM).


(ALSO:
Question: since I've made all the strings into resources, would it be useful for me to publish the sting tables so that it can be translated into other languages? Not sure if anyone feels the need for a RevoToolkit en Espanol...)


You really don't sleep...there's a lot of "thecubed" type programmers at my school(RIT)...i'll see them in the labs at 2am+, however that also means that I'm walking out of the materials testing, dynamics lab, or machine shop at 2am+ haha

I was all excited to have something to do at work today...kinda slow. Which means I probably wont be back till Wednesday after 3pm today. Birthday weekend and July 4th....i don't think i'll have the cognitive ability to mess with my phone for most of the days.

BUT....I will happily wait, thanks again cuberduber, yup...that name just happened(pronounced kewber-doo-ber)

Just realized how much a a mindless ramble to pretty much myself this post it....well i'm leaving it haha
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1st July 2011, 01:35 PM |#24  
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That's great news! I was just wondering about going back to stock if I needed to. Can't wait for my phone to get here!
1st July 2011, 03:12 PM |#25  
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That's great news! I was just wondering about going back to stock if I needed to. Can't wait for my phone to get here!

In a few posts up you'll see he has an option for cwm or stock revo. And you can just super one click su out of this guy in literally thirty seconds. I'm thinking the same thing because i think whenever ice cream comes out I'm gonna jump ship to it!

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1st July 2011, 07:08 PM |#26  
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Thanks for all your awesome work, I rooted my phone and deleted instead of froze a couple of things I didn't want to, it didn't hurt the phone, but I would have rather just frosted them instead of lost them. So this will be a huge help for me being able to go back to stock, especially since I have ZERO experience with doing my own programming, not matter how simple it is. Thanks again!
2nd July 2011, 12:11 AM |#27  
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Woohoo!
Issues with SU successfully resolved.
Issues with JSON fixed!

Program can now check the installed version of CWR reliably, and allow the user to select a custom version to install.

A few major modifications to the code were made to prevent the superuser prompt from spamming the user

We're up to about 570 lines of code!
2nd July 2011, 12:41 AM |#28  
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I getting anxious now!

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2nd July 2011, 05:56 AM |#29  
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Alllrighty boys and girls!
This is a call for testers!

I need a few people who:
  • are knowledgable with ADB (or comfortable with me teamviewer-ing into their PC)
  • are rooted; and
  • are patient

to meet me in #lgrevolution on IRC to join in on the test builds!
2nd July 2011, 06:56 AM |#30  
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Hurry testers! I'd do it, but I have a mac

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2nd July 2011, 07:02 AM |#31  
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lets do this
walk me through it, im been watchin

•comfortable with me teamviewer-ing into their PC
•rooted
•patient

how do i get in #lgrevolution on IRC to join in on the test builds!

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