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I search to unpack the boot.img to change files but impossible, I tested all, no program can unpack ... could you pleased help me ?

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The RAZR I one? Look in the development section. It will extract it very easy.

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I don't find thé hex dump tool ans didn't understand the tuto..
 
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Search in the dev section for:

Unpacking RAZR I boot.IMG from turl.

Our boot image isn't the same as others. There is no way u can extract things without the needed files. If u can't do anything with the topic about the boot.IMG in the dev section, I can't help u.

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I have find this.. But i don't understand what is the ''tool'' when you use...
can you give me all the URL of files and tool and... For editing the boot.img please ?

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The only way (as far as i know) to unpack a boot.img from the Razr I is to use an linux powered PC. The tools in the topic that are provided need to be build first. And for it to build u need a linux (ubuntu) operating system. I will upload (when i have the time) my tools to unpack and repack the boot.img with a description on how to use them, but they only work on linux.

p.s. don't bump the post if it isn't answered in 1 day. Sometimes someone that will reply isn't online or is doing other things and didn't noticed it. If it were 3 or more days, oke. Just my opinion

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Default Bootimage tools

Here u go. My bootimage extract and pack package. It only works on linux. See the zip, and extract it somewhere in your linux distribution.

Instructions:
1. Put a boot.img in the root of the extracted bootimage packages (where the folders Ramdisk, Bootimage, Kernel, Tools are)
2. Execute the file extract.
3. Kernel can be found under the map kernel
4. Ramdisk can be found under the map Ramdisk/ramdisk
5. Modify your things
6. Pack the files by executing create.

Notes:
In the map Bootimage is a bootstub (bootold.img) needed for rebuilding the boot.img and some old scripts
In the map Kernel will be the extracted kernel. The file bzImage will always be used for rebuilding.
In the map Ramdisk will be the extracted ramdisk in the map ramdisk. The map 'ramdisk' will always be used for rebuilding,
In the map Tools will be the tools needed for extracting and creating.

If u have some questions about this tool, ask!

Credits to Turl1 for the tools

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