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[HOWTO][TUT] Create a Custom ROM for Samsung Galaxy i9003

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24th February 2012, 09:47 AM   |  #171  
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Dont mess with the Updater script options in the Kitchen... Just copy the META-INF folder from another ROM..
You can edit the ui_print .. Rest leave it as it is ..

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28th February 2012, 01:47 AM   |  #172  
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Dont mess with the Updater script options in the Kitchen... Just copy the META-INF folder from another ROM..
You can edit the ui_print .. Rest leave it as it is ..

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Half right, half wrong..not all updater scripts can be match with cRom although can be flash...
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Half right, half wrong..not all updater scripts can be match with cRom although can be flash...

I told him not to mess with the updater script option in Kitchen. Because kitchen makes it into Amend then again converts to Edify. So that can cause errors. Its best to take meta inf of another ROM..

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7th March 2012, 10:53 AM   |  #174  
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Hey there, I installed cygwin from local directory, it was installed very quickly, I tried to open the Cygwin icon but nothing happens... why can be this happening?
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Hey there, I installed cygwin from local directory, it was installed very quickly, I tried to open the Cygwin icon but nothing happens... why can be this happening?

Just check if ur installation matches this ..

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=5230

If not , then there is ur problem. Install Cygwin as shown in the tutorial.
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Hey Bangalorerohan I made a rom and have followed all your steps, i've also copied the META-INF from another rom. I've done everything. But now I installed the zip on my phone it worked perfectly. But now when I boot I don't hear the PowerOn sound and I don't see my custom bootanimation, and also the phone gets stuck in a bootloop. I tried numerous times with different META-INF's but no difference. Any suggestions? Otherwise, Very excellent tutorial! Your tut made it easy as hell to make a rom now just gotta get it to work .
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Hey Bangalorerohan I made a rom and have followed all your steps, i've also copied the META-INF from another rom. I've done everything. But now I installed the zip on my phone it worked perfectly. But now when I boot I don't hear the PowerOn sound and I don't see my custom bootanimation, and also the phone gets stuck in a bootloop. I tried numerous times with different META-INF's but no difference. Any suggestions? Otherwise, Very excellent tutorial! Your tut made it easy as hell to make a rom now just gotta get it to work .

Let me see. :/
The ROM booted for you once atleast?
Then, It went on bootloops?
If yes, You messed up something inside.
If it is getting stuck on bootloop from the very beginning..
Tell me what all you added to the ROM
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Hey But now when I boot I don't hear the PowerOn sound and I don't see my custom bootanimation, and also the phone gets stuck in a bootloop

First, Follow to guide as it is. Once the ROM boots then make changes one by one...

Practise makes Perfect



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Yeah I think one of the tweaks i've added in the rom could be causing it... and no the bootloop happens from the beginning, I never actually booted into the rom.

Here's the list of stuff I did to the rom:
Beats Audio
Xloud
Deodexed
Rooted + Busybox
Universal Adrenaline Shot
HTC Sense Live Wallpaper
Galaxy S2 Live Wallpapers
Camera Button Hack + Higher Audio Quality
Bravia Engine
Galaxy S2 Keyboard
Custom Ringtones (House + Dubstep)
Custom Notification Sounds
Custom Alarm Sounds
Anim Mod (Dangerous - Use With Care!!)
Xperia S Home Launcher
Xperia S Widgets
Xperia S Apps
ICS Theme with ICS Styled Settings
Zipaligned for extra speed
Edited Boot Animation
Modded YouTube HD (720p WiFi + 3G)
EXT4 Format
Opera Web Browser (GPU Rendering)
Latest Market (Google Play)
TW FM Radio (Not Removed)
Samsung Apps (Not Removed)
UI GPU Rendering
TweakZV6 (init.d Tweaks)
SD Card Performance Tweaks
Better VM Management
Solid Explorer

Edit: I think it might be Universal Adrenaline Shot... gonna add all tweaks but that one and see if it boots...
Edit2: Tried removing both Universal Adrenaline Shot and TweakZV6 but still bootloop... remaking rom from scratch
Edit3: Remade rom from scratch with NO TWEAKS just apps but STILL bootloop?!?! >
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Originally Posted by BassBlaster

Yeah I think one of the tweaks i've added in the rom could be causing it... and no the bootloop happens from the beginning, I never actually booted into the rom.

Here's the list of stuff I did to the rom:
Beats Audio
Xloud
Deodexed
Rooted + Busybox
Universal Adrenaline Shot
HTC Sense Live Wallpaper
Galaxy S2 Live Wallpapers
Camera Button Hack + Higher Audio Quality
Bravia Engine
Galaxy S2 Keyboard
Custom Ringtones (House + Dubstep)
Custom Notification Sounds
Custom Alarm Sounds
Anim Mod (Dangerous - Use With Care!!)
Xperia S Home Launcher
Xperia S Widgets
Xperia S Apps
ICS Theme with ICS Styled Settings
Zipaligned for extra speed
Edited Boot Animation
Modded YouTube HD (720p WiFi + 3G)
EXT4 Format
Opera Web Browser (GPU Rendering)
Latest Market (Google Play)
TW FM Radio (Not Removed)
Samsung Apps (Not Removed)
UI GPU Rendering
TweakZV6 (init.d Tweaks)
SD Card Performance Tweaks
Better VM Management
Solid Explorer

Edit: I think it might be Universal Adrenaline Shot... gonna add all tweaks but that one and see if it boots...
Edit2: Tried removing both Universal Adrenaline Shot and TweakZV6 but still bootloop... remaking rom from scratch
Edit3: Remade rom from scratch with NO TWEAKS just apps but STILL bootloop?!?! >

Do one thing,

Start from scratch and just prepare a de-odexed ROM.
Then, Start adding features to it.
Like, All the .apks should be added first. Call is the test version 2
Then, All Scripts.
And, keep the stock firmware-res.apk, systemUI.apk and TWLauncher.apk

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