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[ZIP] Empty Flashable Kernel Zip Template

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13th May 2014, 05:30 AM   |  #1  
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Some people aren't sure how to create a flash-able zip. So here is a template zip file.
If you want to edit the updater-script (what shows up in recovery when you choose the .zip to flash. It it's in META-INF\com\google\android\updater-script, edit with notepad++, and edit in between the parentheses ui_print("Put Your Text Here");

add your boot.img to the spot where there is already a boot.img and replace it with yours
Most Kernels require different system/libs/modules
I added a spot for you to add these as well.


http://d-h.st/MfA


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Some people aren't sure how to create a flash-able zip. So here is a template zip file.
If you want to edit the updater-script (what shows up in recovery when you choose the .zip to flash. It it's in META-INF\com\google\android\updater-script, edit with notepad++, and edit in between the parentheses ui_print("Put Your Text Here");

add your boot.img to the spot where there is already a boot.img and replace it with yours
Most Kernels require different system/libs/modules
I added a spot for you to add these as well.


http://d-h.st/MfA


No need to seek permission for this or give any credits. Just something for those who need it.

Would this work if we want to make a flashable zip for certain files? Say frameworks, systemui, etc?
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Would this work if we want to make a flashable zip for certain files? Say frameworks, systemui, etc?

Yes it should work

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So I would just need to update the updater-script, correct? And remove the boot.img file?
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So I would just need to update the updater-script, correct? And remove the boot.img file?

No.. Use this thread for that..

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2745680
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