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Default [Tool][AROMA] G2x AIO wipe tool [20 Nov]

Introducing the new G2x All in One tool!
This is a "wipe" tool for the G2x with the following features: Nullifier, Formatter, Cache and Dalvik "wiper",
and Error-Checker


Each tool, minus the Cache and Dalvik portion, is customizable, that is to say, you can select the partitions you want targeted, and, in the case of the Nullifier, the number of wipes.

A little about each:

Nullifier: An in-depth (and true) wipe tool (see thread here for details)

Formatter: Formats to ext4 and runs and error check afterwards.

Error-checker: Checks for errors and corrects as possible.

Cache and Dalvik cleaner now with nullify option: Includes option to perform a dual or single-pass Nullification before it formats /cache, checks for any errors, and deletes the Dalvik cache.

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G2x AIO FM 2.5.5.zip - 4.54 MB
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20 Nov 2012:

Incremental update, added options for single and dual-pass nullification under the cache and dalvik wiper.

Minor code clean-up (mostly for me)

12 Nov 2012:

Added AROMA File manager to list of options.
If you don't know what that is go here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1646108

Known issues:

26 Oct: All bugs are now handled.

New features are: Working progress bars and ICS theme.



Pre-26 Oct update:

1. No progress bar on the Nullifier.

2. Pressing the back button in the menu system causes AROMA to freeze, this seems to be a problem with AROMA itself.
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Devices: G2x, Nexus 7 32GB Wifi

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G2x AIO wipe tool 20 November, made with AROMA and includes AROMA File manager!

G2x AIO

New 29 Sept
AIO wipe tool O2x version

6 October
AIO wipe tool G2/DZ version

Coming soon: Nexus 7 AIO (currently WIP, pm me if you're interested in helping)
 
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Reserved, just in case.
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G2x AIO wipe tool 20 November, made with AROMA and includes AROMA File manager!

G2x AIO

New 29 Sept
AIO wipe tool O2x version

6 October
AIO wipe tool G2/DZ version

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The term "kitchen sink" comes to mind...
Thanks for another great utility
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The term "kitchen sink" comes to mind...
Well, if I could think of something else to add in I would. I figure why just make something for a select number instead of making something broadly desirable.

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Thanks for another great utility
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G2x AIO wipe tool 20 November, made with AROMA and includes AROMA File manager!

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6 October
AIO wipe tool G2/DZ version

Coming soon: Nexus 7 AIO (currently WIP, pm me if you're interested in helping)
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Thank you sir for another amazing tool .

Aroma reminds me of my old HTC Touch Pro2... oh the memories.

I got a little scared when I just went for "check for errors" and that message "make sure you flash a ROM" popped up I got a little scared haha but guess that just prompts up automatically no matter which option is chosen .
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So this replaces the nuliffier app right

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Thank you sir for another amazing tool .

Aroma reminds me of my old HTC Touch Pro2... oh the memories.

I got a little scared when I just went for "check for errors" and that message "make sure you flash a ROM" popped up I got a little scared haha but guess that just prompts up automatically no matter which option is chosen .
Yea, where it's possible to make it have to be triggered, I would have to make it triggerable for everything but the cache and Dalvik and error checker; it would get quite complex and time consuming. I may get to making UI refinements depending on the popularity of this. It has something for everyone, even the haters can only complain about having to look at the word Nullifier.

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Remember guys: Волк = Volk (Google it for a translation)

Devices: G2x, Nexus 7 32GB Wifi

Help me build my dedicated Linux machine here, estimated remaining cost $50.
I need RAM (DDR2), mouse , Hard drive. (Spare parts welcome).

G2x AIO wipe tool 20 November, made with AROMA and includes AROMA File manager!

G2x AIO

New 29 Sept
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6 October
AIO wipe tool G2/DZ version

Coming soon: Nexus 7 AIO (currently WIP, pm me if you're interested in helping)
 
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I'm fired up to give this a shot but when I go to the link it says "we're upgrading the drives on the server this file resides on" and "follow us on twitter for updates". This might sound like a stupid question but do you think that's a lengthy process then, or is it just like standard maintenance? I'll keep checking either way I was just curious because I've never seen that before

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