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28th April 2012, 05:57 AM   |  #1  
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Hey guys just wanted to ask If it is possible to port a ROM of dual core phone to a single core phone?...for example is it possible to port a sensation or EVO 3d ROM to desire s..

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28th April 2012, 09:46 AM   |  #2  
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Its not so much about the processor, but more to do with the resolution. You will need to resize qHD graphics which is a pain, and less convient

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Its not so much about the processor, but more to do with the resolution. You will need to resize qHD graphics which is a pain, and less convient

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Just FYI - if the resizing is the major issue the Virtuos team released their resizing tool yesterday which should make this procedure much easier

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Just FYI - if the resizing is the major issue the Virtuos team released their resizing tool yesterday which should make this procedure much easier

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Ah, the m10 tools? Great! The last I heard, these tools were closed source, great news now!

Nonetheless, its still extra hassle resizing, when we can just use Sense 3.5 perfect WVGA ports .....

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Well that answers that!thank u guys!

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Originally Posted by olyloh6696

Ah, the m10 tools? Great! The last I heard, these tools were closed source, great news now!

Nonetheless, its still extra hassle resizing, when we can just use Sense 3.5 perfect WVGA ports .....

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From what I know, the virtuous ten studio us only an apk editor,
It doesn't yet have m10 built into it.


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From what I know, the virtuous ten studio us only an apk editor,
It doesn't yet have m10 built into it.


Swyped from my Desire S waiting for Kernel 3, WAKE UP HTC
Sorry for the swypos....

Never used it, so cannot be completely sure, but:
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After much poking around the apk’s it came apparent that HTC had started to use a special binary format called m10. These m10 files were new and at the time no one knew what they contained or even how to decode them. Along came Diamondback and Flemmard, between them they managed to build a decoder/ encoder for the m10 format. Once decoded they were able to resize sense 3 and the now legendary Virtuous Unity was born.

The m10 project soon developed in to a much bigger idea, why have a piece of software that is only able to modify one element of apks. So work began on implementing existing tools such as apktool, adb and more. A lot of time has been spent making sure that work flow is correct and provides the best possible user experience.

And that's where we are today, presenting you Virtuous Ten Studio.

Taken from www.virtuousrom.com

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