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Android NBHCREATOR [v0.3] on Ubuntu. FROYO SUPPORT & ADVANCED SETTINGS [July-29-2010]

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15th June 2010, 07:36 PM   |  #21  
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OK....
I am going to be honest.

I am a bit discouraged by the lack of response on this.
Unless I get some feedback, I will be putting this one on a shelf.

is it an unneeded tool or is the problem with ubuntu?
22nd June 2010, 10:28 AM   |  #23  
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OK....
I am going to be honest.

I am a bit discouraged by the lack of response on this.
Unless I get some feedback, I will be putting this one on a shelf.

is it an unneeded tool or is the problem with ubuntu?

I've been out of town for a few days so only just had chance to try the new version.

Tried it on a self-compiled kernel and it worked flawlessly. Ran the output NBH through loserskaters editor without a problem.

The only reason I use the NBH editor is to add the switches for overclocking so if you could include them in your tool it would be a one-stop-shop for me!
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OK....
I am going to be honest.

I am a bit discouraged by the lack of response on this.
Unless I get some feedback, I will be putting this one on a shelf.

is it an unneeded tool or is the problem with ubuntu?

Now that I've finished summer class.. I will have time to play around.. I'll post feedback in a few days..
26th June 2010, 02:34 AM   |  #25  
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I've been out of town for a few days so only just had chance to try the new version.

Tried it on a self-compiled kernel and it worked flawlessly. Ran the output NBH through loserskaters editor without a problem.

The only reason I use the NBH editor is to add the switches for overclocking so if you could include them in your tool it would be a one-stop-shop for me!

thank you for your input.

I am planning on adding additional "advanced" settings in the next version.

I am a bit swamped at the moment so I will be a little slow at this for right now.

however, as I use this for myself as well. There will indeed be more updates.
27th June 2010, 01:59 PM   |  #26  
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some doc ?
Hy,
I just heard from your project as I was looking how to change a NBH panel3 to Panel1. I am going to give a try, but I would need some more doc on some options reflected in the screenshot of 1rst post :
Where can I have info on the battery capacity ? How to set it up ?
What is the 'Data on start up option' ?

And finally, (this may be a dummy question) if I compile my NBH from one of DZO's zimage, will it still work with the usual installer ?
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Hy,
I just heard from your project as I was looking how to change a NBH panel3 to Panel1. I am going to give a try, but I would need some more doc on some options reflected in the screenshot of 1rst post :
Where can I have info on the battery capacity ? How to set it up ?
What is the 'Data on start up option' ?

And finally, (this may be a dummy question) if I compile my NBH from one of DZO's zimage, will it still work with the usual installer ?

for now the battery capacity setting is specific to kaiser. I am looking into adding it for the others in a later version.

the data on startup option is to either Enable or Disable the phone to statup with data running automatically. if you select to leave it off, then you need to manually turn it on once the phone is running. (modem app) this is good for people without unlimited data plans.

and as for the nbh question.
the installer is included in the nbh that is created, so it will be the same.
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bug?
An error occures when building NBH. It seems that build is successful (resulting NBH size is about 3M), but i'm afraid of flashing this image without confirmation that this behaviour is normal. Oracle VBox, clean Ubuntu install (just from the box).
By the way, can i change files in initrd archive? Simply edit one file and repack it back in initrd-mini.gz?
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An error occures when building NBH. It seems that build is successful (resulting NBH size is about 3M), but i'm afraid of flashing this image without confirmation that this behaviour is normal. Oracle VBox, clean Ubuntu install (just from the box).
By the way, can i change files in initrd archive? Simply edit one file and repack it back in initrd-mini.gz?

OK. it seems that the error check I added to v0.2 is only for kaiser and
it is giving a false error due to the name of the resulting nbh file.
so polaris as well as vogue will give that error message after it compiles.

the nbh is building fine and I checked it with hexeditor to be sure.
you should feel safe to flash the resulting nbh.
I will release a fix ASAP to address the false error message.

Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
I cant fix it if nobody lets me know there is a problem.

as for changing the initrd...
there should be no problem in doing that. give it a try and let me know.

edit: what is it that you are changing?
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the nbh is building fine and I checked it with hexeditor to be sure.
you should feel safe to flash the resulting nbh.

Yes, nbh is working fine.
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what is it that you are changing?

mount options for /sdcard. National symbols in filenames, and so on...
Last edited by Kot_Ik; 28th June 2010 at 09:32 AM. Reason: confirm workong nbh

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