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[PROJECT] Flash Boot.img, ELF or SIN throught CWM recovery

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14th March 2014, 10:16 PM   |  #1  
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Hi guys !

I'm currently searching a way to flash a kernel for unlocked bootloaders throught ClockWordMod Recovery.

First question :

Is it possible to mount the boot partition with a command inside the "updater-script" of a flashable zip file ?

Second question :

If we can mount this partition, is it possible to format it to write the content of a SIN or a ELF file, or a boot.img ?

My X10 USB port is dead ( the USB connector is snatched from the USB PCB board )

I'm currently on Achotjan's SDE v3 kernel for Jelly Bean roms. This kernel has a CWM

When i'm speeking about flashing kernels on CWM, i'm expecting to something like this :



ui_print(" ");
ui_print(" ");
ui_print(" ");
ui_print(" ");
ui_print(" ");
ui_print(" ");
ui_print(" ");
show_progress(1, 15);
ui_print(" *Mounting the kernel partition");
run_program("/sbin/mount", "/boot");
ui_print("Writing the kernel");
write_raw_img("boot.img", "/boot");
ui_print("You wrote a new page inside the X10 history enjoy the flashed kernel ");


I know this script is not executable, and it's just an example

Hope somebody will help me for it

Cheers
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this is not possible in sony Ericsson 2010 and 2011 phones
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this is not possible in sony Ericsson 2010 and 2011 phones

Oh **** :/
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Oh **** :/

it would be much easier if you disassemble the phone and solder a new connector
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it would be much easier if you disassemble the phone and solder a new connector

Maybe i'll try to dissassemble it and sold (to solder) a connector

I really want to try KitKat on it ^^
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