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27th April 2011, 09:32 PM   |  #11  
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@XJ When i read this it's a little abracadabra...

Is it what you're saying we can make our ohne language pack?
Just folow the steps and make your ohne NL pack (in my case) whenever you want and we can adjust it whenever we want?
27th April 2011, 11:03 PM   |  #12  
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@XJ When i read this it's a little abracadabra...

Is it what you're saying we can make our ohne language pack?
Just folow the steps and make your ohne NL pack (in my case) whenever you want and we can adjust it whenever we want?

Yes.

Just grab a deodexed miui rom,
Follow what is in the OP, then you have your language pack, i did it to let others try to make their own.
and it relieves me of human error when translating and making multi lang in MIUI, that why we dont usually get chinese strings, only in some smali's left out when new ones come along
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27th April 2011, 11:10 PM   |  #13  
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Man, you are the master!
Can't i put the translated (say the strings) in the right folder and start with step 2 or i think 3 recompile? Or maybe use the Latest translation and wipe all the other languages?


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27th April 2011, 11:24 PM   |  #14  
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Man, you are the master!
Can't i put the translated (say the strings) in the right folder and start with step 2 or i think 3 recompile? Or maybe use the Latest translation and wipe all the other languages?


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Yes you can do both
yup if you do the first grab the stock apks from a deodexed rom, same version. or grab the apks from my EN and ZH rom
then yeah put your values-nl, raw nl in the right places.

the next one will work too. and you can see how the folders are structure after decompile in the framework-res, so it will aid you in committing mistake

after that both will result in lesser size apks than the multi lang since you just have your language
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28th April 2011, 12:59 PM   |  #15  
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Will definitely do that..

Swyped with my Starburst based Desire. Please ignore any typos or grammos.

Okay. Buddy.thanks.

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28th April 2011, 04:32 PM   |  #16  
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Nice tool xavierjohn

While apk manager faild to recompile my apks this works.
But my xml edits aren't in apk after recompile. Why?
What option should i change?
28th April 2011, 04:44 PM   |  #17  
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Nice tool xavierjohn

While apk manager faild to recompile my apks this works.
But my xml edits aren't in apk after recompile. Why?
What option should i change?

What kind of xml dude?
Is it inside the values? I mean you straight edit from values? Or any folder?

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28th April 2011, 04:51 PM   |  #18  
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What kind of xml dude?
Is it inside the values? I mean you straight edit from values? Or any folder?

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Sorry that i didn't mention it.
The xml i edited were was framework-res/res/value/styles.xml and framework-res/res/drawable/progress_horizontal.xml
I opened i with notepad++ and edited a color hex code, saved and recompiled.

What do you mean with folder?
28th April 2011, 04:56 PM   |  #19  
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Thanks a lot for the tool. I m gonna give it a try tomorrow while preparing the greek pack for the latest MIUI
28th April 2011, 05:13 PM   |  #20  
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Sorry that i didn't mention it.
The xml i edited were was framework-res/res/value/styles.xml and framework-res/res/drawable/progress_horizontal.xml
I opened i with notepad++ and edited a color hex code, saved and recompiled.

What do you mean with folder?

Ah sorry too, i was not clear either.

Usually i do values-en or values-zh or drawable-en when i do translation in miui.

Anyways, it should save the changes upon recompile.
During build usable make sure:
Overwrite resources.arsc : (10) = ON
Overwrite classes.dex : (11) = ON

10, mostly handle those edits in values xml files
11, when smali edits are made

EDIT:
Ah shocks wait, i am looking at it, seems like i turned it off by bypassing the script
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