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(Newbies) Cooking a Rom with a Kitchen

23rd May 2014, 08:05 AM |#21  
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I'm bumping this thread because I am seeing A LOT OF PEOPLE ON HERE having troubles fixing their devices and for whatever the reason may be it seems to be with a LOT of these twrp backups people are grabbing from others because they either lost theirs or never made one from the get go (horrible decision).

So, if you are having troubles restoring with a backup then this guide should help you make up a quick Rom and get your device back.

You aren't looking to do anything fancy with the "kitchen" but to just build a quick odex or deodex Rom to flash and be up and running again.

Please take advantage of this if all else is failing for you.

IT IS NOT THAT HARD TO DO

--- Happy Hunting!!!

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I had script issues when using the cooked ROM with my plc_cl. Just an FYI. Awesome guide though. Very easy to follow.

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I had script issues when using the cooked ROM with my plc_cl. Just an FYI. Awesome guide though. Very easy to follow.

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Yea, you have to be careful with the script. It's sensitive lol. I probably wouldnt recommend using the kitchen in regards to /data. Just more so on your boot and /system. The kitchen uses a funky method for /data which is where I think the problem arises when attempting to flash.

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