Attend XDA's Second Annual Developer Conference, XDA:DevCon 2014!
5,728,360 Members 53,911 Now Online
XDA Developers Android and Mobile Development Forum

[Q] dsixda kitchen?

Tip us?
 
lqrt
Old
#1  
lqrt's Avatar
Senior Member - OP
Thanks Meter 58
Posts: 977
Join Date: Jun 2011
Default [Q] dsixda kitchen?

Does doing this help in making the kitchen work?


Quote:
WARNING: If your device is not listed in post #1 of this thread, and it does NOT use a 'YAFFS'-based filesystem (e.g. usually only low-end devices use YAFFS), do not attempt to flash a ROM that you built with this kitchen. Instead, you must do the following if your device is NOT listed:
Create a file under the kitchen's /tools/edify_defs folder, with the name being the same as the value of ro.product.device (found in your device's /system/build.prop file).
If the stock ROM images for your device contain the recovery.img file, extract its files from the kitchen menu: Advanced --> Tools for boot image --> Extract from boot.img/recovery.img in any folder. Then, open up its ramdisk folder, and look for /system/etc/recovery.fstab or /etc/recovery.fstab or similar FSTAB file location. Open this file to find the mount points.
See the template file in the edify_defs folder to see how to set the mount points inside the file you created. Look at the other files in that folder for examples on how to do it.

NOTE: This method does not guarantee your device will work with your custom ROM, however. Some devices may require more steps than just the edify_defs file, but the procedure is outside the scope of this FAQ. Ask around in the XDA sub-forum for your device if you need further help.
 
Er. Aditya
Old
#2  
Er. Aditya's Avatar
Senior Member
Thanks Meter 252
Posts: 563
Join Date: Feb 2014
Location: BraveFort

 
DONATE TO ME
Quote:
Originally Posted by lqrt View Post
Does doing this help in making the kitchen work?
probably yes
Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search
Display Modes