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help me port Color OS to xperia T

10th June 2014, 04:41 AM |#1  
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I wana port color OS to Xperia T base on CM 10.1 but I can't edit boot.img in Cm10.1 rom because edit ramdisk to boot on ColorOS
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sorry my english is bad. thankyou
11th June 2014, 02:38 PM |#2  
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why nobody help me?? plz plz
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why nobody help me?? plz plz

Because nobody understands you.
12th June 2014, 02:45 AM |#4  
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I want to edit ramdisk in boot.img in cm10.1 's rom.. but I can't unpack it. i use android kitchen but error
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I want to edit ramdisk in boot.img in cm10.1 's rom.. but I can't unpack it. i use android kitchen but error

See, that's better. Rename the boot.img to "kernel.elf", and unpack it using the menu for Xperia 2012 devices. After that you'll have to unpack the real kernel which uses CPIO.

You can also use this guide, which is useful, and work with any Sony kernel.
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See, that's better. Rename the boot.img to "kernel.elf", and unpack it using the menu for Xperia 2012 devices. After that you'll have to unpack the real kernel which uses CPIO.

You can also use this guide, which is useful, and work with any Sony kernel.

thankyou i will try.
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