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Looks awesome, would be great if there were a Mac/Unix/Linux version.
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Actually this doesn't look too hard, I might be able to help you code this for Mac
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Actually this doesn't look too hard, I might be able to help you code this for Mac

Linux too please...
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Yea thats fine. I'd probably be able to port it to linux but I don't know anything about Mac
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Place your com.htc.resources.apk and framework-res.apk into the apktool folder and run the program INSTALL MY FRAMEWORK. You will notice a new folder called framework appear in the apktool folder. Dont ever delete this folder unless you need to install a different set of framework files. The program will automatically delete com.htc.resources.apk and framework-res.apk from the apktool folder for you after install.

What I do is:

1. Install a framework with apktool
2. Create a blank text file in the framework folder with a label for the framework (i.e. e3d, inc2, etc)
3. When I need to use a new framework, I change the directory's name from "framework" to "_<tag>_framework" (where <tag> is what the blank text file in the directory says; ex. "_e3d_framework")
4. Install the new framework, and repeat. Rename as needed.
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What I do is:

1. Install a framework with apktool
2. Create a blank text file in the framework folder with a label for the framework (i.e. e3d, inc2, etc)
3. When I need to use a new framework, I change the directory's name from "framework" to "_<tag>_framework" (where <tag> is what the blank text file in the directory says; ex. "_e3d_framework")
4. Install the new framework, and repeat. Rename as needed.

Thanks WD, figured for now this was just simple enough to get people started with apktool atleast so they know how easy it is once you get started. I do plan on adding in a tags option later. I understand some people like myself need to be pulling from this Rom and putting in that Rom and everything else. It could get confusing for someone not paying attention.
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