A Command-Line Interface Toolbox for Linux/Cygwin
NOTE: Make sure you have LK Bootloader flashed!
What is it?
It's a compilation of shell scripts (.sh) that I wrote that does what Clockwork Recovery does and more. This very lightweight toolbox is less than a mere megabyte (but still depends on the Linux Terminal and Android SDK).
Another great feature is it downloads the ROM/kernel/recovery image directly and flashes it right after. If you previously downloaded that file, there's no need to redownload it. Don't worry, you'll still get the option to flash a zip not listed by using the "Something Else" option.
Basically, it's convenience in a very small package. I've noticed that there aren't many user-friendly tools for Linux on hacking the HTC Kovsky.
Windows: Not Available (Last Commit: None)
Macintosh: Not Available (Last Commit: None)
Linux: Download (Last Commit: 11-10-2012)
*Attempt to rewrite it for Windows (May require Wget for Windows installed.)
Q: I want to use this for Windows! A: Try it out on Cygwin. After the code overhaul, it should work with it now. Q: The toolbox won't start! A: Remember to make "XperoidToolbox.sh" executable by entering the command "chmod a+x XperoidToolbox.sh" via terminal. The rest of the scripts will be made executable at first launch. If not, run "Fix Permissions" in the toolbox. Finally, run it via terminal. Q: I'm getting issues with "file or directory not found"! A: It is required to extract the folder into the root of your home folder. (Example: /home/<USER>/XperoidToolbox) Q: Does this contain the actual ROMs, kernel, recovery images, etc.? A: No, it downloads it to the root of the Xperoid Toolbox directory. That explains the small file size. Q: There's a bug in one of the scripts! A: Just post an explanation about the bug here. I'll get right to it! Q: I want you to list my ROM, kernel, recovery image, etc.! A: First, it needs to be a NAND ROM/kernel/recovery image. Just post it here if you want it listed. I'll update it soon. Q: LOLz! Ivoted screw Lunix because it doesn't work on my system. Q: For those who voted "Pfft, screw Linux", screw you too. I put effort into writing this tool, but I don't have common access to a Windows PC. If you think you can do better with a Windows version of this, show it to me and I might post it here. For those n00bs out there, get out. You obviously don't know what you're doing. Come back when you're ready and serious.