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[Q] .bin file for flashing with smartflashtool

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21st April 2012, 10:20 AM   |  #1  
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Can anyone teach me how to patch .bin files for flashing with smartflashtool ? Snegovik had succeeded in patching the recovery partition with cwm recovery , but i'm very noob and don't understand anything . There sure is a way to patch those .bin files , if anyone knows how to do it , PLEASE share !
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You need Ubuntu or another linux distribution and this link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=106

Maybe this for extracting kdz files into bin/fls files:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=106
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I already know how to extract the kdz. What I want to do is get the cwm recovery inside the .bin file before flashing into the phone . Or even pushing the su binaries into the .bin file. Thanks for your answer though

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The first link that nooby posted has the instructions to place cwm inside the bin file.

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Did you read my post at all? In the first link you ll find all the commands needed to put cwm inside the bin file. I think you cant add superuser, but I may be wrong...
And you need Ubuntu or another linux to do it.
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Thanks ! Sorry for not reading properly

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Can anyone teach me how to patch .bin files for flashing with smartflashtool ? Snegovik had succeeded in patching the recovery partition with cwm recovery , but i'm very noob and don't understand anything . There sure is a way to patch those .bin files , if anyone knows how to do it , PLEASE share !



Hi, how you can send a link to images into a port of the bin file for recovery.

http://logout.hu/bejegyzes/bubus66/l...hsz_1-100.html
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Hi, how you can send a link to images into a port of the bin file for recovery.

http://logout.hu/bejegyzes/bubus66/l...hsz_1-100.html

Thanks !

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Thanks !

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KDZ send through the race into which you want to make it to the CWM-et I'm doing it for you today. if need be. Which region is yours.

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