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[Help] i want to port jelly bean to mtk 6577

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18th April 2013, 11:37 PM   |  #11  
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Originally Posted by Brick3d

Ok another post, I see you have lower specs than my device. If you know the basics of porting that shouldnt really be a problem, it;s quite easy. I just ported the stock rom from Jiayu g2 to my acer liquid E1. that is from 4.1.2 > 4.2.2, with just the basics of opening 2 zip files, dragging and dropping some files, and you're done. See if you can find an mtk device which has almost the same specs as yours, and go to www.needrom.com look for some roms, download it, and just try. That's what I'm doing, and so far, I made the worlds first, and third custom rom for my device....so don't give up like alot of ppl tell you!!!! Just don't

If you need any help, please PM me


Thats so very inspiring, I think you are talking about something like Rom Cooker.
Will be able to give this a try only next weekend, this weekend I am away

Originally Posted by zelendel

Just make sure to post all kernel source code for any roms you post links to.

Wayne Tech S-III

thanks will keep this in mind if I come up with something.

Thanks for your headsup.
19th April 2013, 05:24 PM   |  #12  
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I have never heard of rom cooker, but it sounds like sonething I'm going to try very soon. I just took 2 roms and moved some stuff from base to port zip file + edited build prop, that's it. Is not at all functional rom but it's a start =D

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