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[SCRIPT][Sybr.Lab] Sybr Kernel Cleaning Script Edition 1.1

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31st January 2012, 02:04 PM   |  #1  
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The Sybr.KCS can thoroughly clean any residue of a kernel files stored on your phone.


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Please pay a beer to Sybr.name if you like our work !

This script is an archive flashable via the Recovery model of your Android phone, it will allow you to flash any kernel starting on a clean base.

This script will do cleaning your phone and remove any residue of previous kernels installed.

Instalaltion
- Put the file on your SD card
- Restart in recovery
- Flashing the script
- Flashing a kernel
- Restart

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Sybr.KCS : link

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  • More cleaning files for differents tweaks existed (Thunder, SuperCharger, Turbo...)
  • Changing nick for Sybr Kernel Cleaning Script
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Bravo!

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31st January 2012, 02:39 PM   |  #3  
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wooohooo! amazing! thank you!!
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good work !
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testing this one now, just in time, thanks!!!
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I noticed some residue as well, but only the obvious Thanks for doing this to also clean out the other trash...

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Is this a joke? Zip is empty, ony system file. Please explain. Updater script and binaire are different than abyss zip?
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Well it is "only" a script that clean (recursive delete):
- cache
- dalvik-cache
- some init.d scripts
- modules that might be left from older kernel
- cache
- dalvik-cache

So yes the system is empty because it is not to overwrite stuff with new things only to clean up some old stuff

BUT BE CAREFULL WITH IT AS IT CLEAN SOME INIT.D scripts THAT MIGHT OR MIGHT NOT BE USEFULL DEPENDING YOUR KERNEL AND THAT NEW KERNEL FLASH USUALLY ONLY WRITE THE KERNEL AND not the scripts from init.d.

So very good/usefull if your are sur/know your ROM and it custom init.d scripts (or backup your init.d scripts before doing it)

EDIT:
here a the init.d that this scripts try to remove
/system/etc/init.d/S70zipalign
/system/etc/init.d/S90scheduler
/system/etc/init.d/S99finish
/system/etc/init.d/89system_tweak
/system/etc/init.d/98system_tweak
/system/etc/init.d/S89system_tweak
/system/etc/init.d/S98system_tweak
/system/etc/init.d/S90screenstate_scaling
/system/etc/init.d/90screenstate_scaling
/system/etc/init.d/98screenstate_scaling
/system/etc/init.d/S98screenstate_scaling
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jayGGjay

Well it is "only" a script that clean (recursive delete):
- cache
- dalvik-cache
- some init.d scripts
- modules that might be left from older kernel
- cache
- dalvik-cache

So yes the system is empty because it is not to overwrite stuff with new things only to clean up some old stuff

BUT BE CAREFULL WITH IT AS IT CLEAN SOME INIT.D scripts THAT MIGHT OR MIGHT NOT BE USEFULL DEPENDING YOUR KERNEL AND THAT NEW KERNEL FLASH USUALLY ONLY WRITE THE KERNEL AND not the scripts from init.d.

So very good/usefull if your are sur/know your ROM and it custom init.d scripts (or backup your init.d scripts before doing it)


Great work, every kernel dev should use this sript in there fash zip.

---------- Post added at 03:32 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:28 PM ----------

I never use init.d scripts, only 99complete. So again great work.
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