You should make ROMs for the HTC Amaze 4G. We need some new devs
Depending on what I can upgrade to will affect where I'm going. I personally test all my builds. Typically I could use testers, but I run everything off my phone. That doesn't mean my work is bad, just can't get internet right now.
If I helped, give thanks, if you please.
........Death before dishonor........
I have been doing my stuff the manual way since I hit the android universe a bit over two years ago, and I'm generally skeptic to tools that attempt to do everything.
Just thought I'd try this one to flash recovery, just for the heck of it. I had already rooted a week ago, but held off on the recovery as the official CWM wasn't ready. One week without a decent recovery was enough. I used this tool to flash pauls interim recovery, and I have to say it was really simple and easy. (Alright, I read only first post, and didn't watch the video. I'm a guy after all, and user manuals are generally tossed aside )
Wondered why the download was so big tho... but a quick look through the folders revealed a good set of recoveries, a kernel and the HTC driver package.
Thanks to the author for a decent tool. It will no doubt help the n00b along just fine on his/her way to root and custom ROMs
With official and unofficial Android 4.4 KitKat roms appearing on a fair amount of devices … more
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