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Like the title says. Every now and then people are asking how to start cooking. Some do and others can't find all the needed ingredients. I start this thread for all of you that want to start and share knowledge about cooking.

I know some of the senior cooks will take a look every now and then and contribute.

Above all, have fun and enjoy the cooking!

When is class # 1? I have played around a little with the Samsung i780 and actually flashed a ROM dump but never went far enough to learn about xip, packages, and other things. So I will stay tuned.
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That's what I need to know , and package compiling, and ui tweaks, and some other things.
24th January 2009, 07:28 PM |#7  
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Hello my dear fellow cooks. Everything to start is in place. To make it easy to start I added 3 pictorials to install the kitchen, extract and build your first rom and a tutorial on how to add an OEM package. Links to all necessary reading are in post #3. I also added a clean 1.19 WWE rom with OEM and SYS to make an easy start. It now is up to your imagination.
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Wow, thanks ! Soon I will be a great chef!
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Hi,
I'm not a senior chef, but if I may, I will give you my contribute!
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Thankssssssssssssss so lot bro, ready to learn and keep in touch, really need to learn bro. great job dude. Awesome.
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When is class # 1? I have played around a little with the Samsung i780 and actually flashed a ROM dump but never went far enough to learn about xip, packages, and other things. So I will stay tuned.

Well, class #1 has just started since the basic documentation is in place. Let's start

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That's what I need to know , and package compiling, and ui tweaks, and some other things.

I wrote a bare description to create a first OEM package. It's in post #2.

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I'm not a senior chef, but if I may, I will give you my contribute!

Great, I knew. Welcome and thanks for the support.

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