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Boot.img - How to open this file?

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By namsir, Senior Member on 8th May 2009, 02:22 PM
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I was wondering if there are any software that can open this file? Anyone knows? I was trying to open with ISOMagic but it can't.
 
 
8th May 2009, 03:48 PM |#2  
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It uses the yaffs2 filesystem so you might need to keep that in mind... Windows doesnt natively support it so you probably need to install something to add compatibility (but i havent found anything yet)
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use the search button:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=443994
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Sorry but i'm not a Linux user.......windows only
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Sorry but i'm not a Linux user.......windows only

virtual linux machine and a lot of reading.... what do you want to do to the boot image? if you are not certain of the changes you are making you will break your phone
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I would like to add the boot config xml file to the JF ADP 1.5 and try to make it start up with any gif images and mp3 boot sounds. I've seen haykuro's ADP builds and i would like to invent new boot structions to JF ADP 1.5 build , just hope so......i don't really care about breaking the phone
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Sorry but i'm not a Linux user.......windows only

Like korndub said, running Linux in a virtual machine is a good option for doing some quick tweaking. I suggest VMware player combined with a premade Ubuntu appliance.
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