[Q] [HELP] Modding the STRIKE 7 Keyboard
I am new to these forums and not sure where or if this belongs here so please feel free to correct me. I am trying to mod the Mad Catz STRIKE 7 keyboard, which has a linux based touchscreen module. I want to replace the stock UI images (ie: background, icons) with custom images. I have very little experience with linux but have experimented with Android a bit. I managed to change some of the UI elements in a widget following tutorials, but I couldn't find anything about customizing this keyboard on Google.
So far I've managed to grab the files from a firmware update and extract the tar.bz2 file to view the linux root. I also found a reference to an MX23 linux board so I think this may be using one of those. Unfortunatly I wasn't able to find any standalone image files but I did find a large 'Strike' file in usr/bin that I think may have the images embedded in it. I seem to be stuck there though and am not sure if this process is breaking any signatures that might prevent the firmware from flashing.
Would anyone with experience be willing to help me? If so, I would be willing to donate a STRIKE 7 to the first person to walk me through the entire process of replacing the stock images. The firmware installation exe is located at (As a new user I can't post links so google "madcatz downloads", first result) in the lower right corner and extracts the bz2 files to temp.