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~Retred~ [KITCHEN|6.1 OEM|6.5 OEM|Guide] [Joshkoss Kitchen port for Rhodium]

3rd September 2009, 12:12 AM |#1  
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Hey guys,

THANKS for the tools and kitchen components:
Abusalza,TPC,Zelendel,DA_G,Medkid,Phamquang,Tom_Co ndon,BEPE,Evirus,UDK,Olipro..


I don't have a rhodium myself but recently was contacted by two close friends that are familier with my works in kaiser, hermes, and now fuze.

Basically Long story short, They asked if it was possible for me to port my kitchen over to Rhodium.. Too which i have!!

It has taken hours and is now complete!!

It contains, SYS,XIP,and OEM from latest Rhodium. But in toolset folder you will find oemxip if you feel like upgrading to the latest 6.5

also on the next post i plan on detailing how i did this manually
trust me it was painstaking and needs to be documented.

Peace,
Josh


Rhodium Kitchen 6.1_OEM HERE 09|03|09

Rhodium Kitchen 6.5_OEM Grab it HERE 10|18|09
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3rd September 2009, 12:12 AM |#2  
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Rom Basics "well sorta"
To dump a OEM rom:
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1: Download the oem rom.
2 Extract the ruu.nbh out of the .exe file it comes in using 7zip
3: open nbhutil.exe and extract the os.nb out of the ruu.nbh
4 drag the os.nb onto DumpTools\imgfs tools\dump_800.bat
5 drag new imgfs folder onto DumpTools\Packagebuilder.exe "this will create your basic file structure"
6 Drag os.nb.payload onto the DumpTools\Dump xip\dumpxip.bat "this will dump xip section of the rom"
7 in xip folder now drag each dsm file onto the DumpTools\Packagebuilder.exe "this will create your new xip folder structure"
8 to create your ext packages you will need to go through the newly dumped oem folder and pick packages you want and drag then onto the DumpTools\EXT_PAckages_rebuilder.exe "evirus Thanks"

To edit shortcuts in the rom:
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1 open oem\oem_lang_0409\initflash.dat with notepad and edit paths as you want.
2 in each ext package you will find app.dat, open these with notepad and edit.
3 in oem packages you will find initflash.txt, open these with notepad and edit.

To create a ext package from a cab:
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1 drag the target .cab file onto the DumpTools\cab2oem.exe and this will create a oem package.
2 drag the new oem package onto DumpTools\EXT_PAckages_rebuilder.exe, this will create your new ext package.
3 now you can place your new ext package in the Kitch_Rhode\ext\all\*.* for it to be in the rom.

To change your name on the flashing screen:
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1 open Kitch_Rhodium\Tools\Rhode.htcproj in notepad and edit your rom name in.

How to make kitchen compatible for 6.5:
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1 edit build_rom.bat
2 on this link : set OLDKERNEL=1
3 remove the 1 so it looks like this: set OLDKERNEL=
now you can use real nk.exe for 6.5
4 in toolset2 folder you will find oemxipkernal for 6.5 you will need to copy this into your rom\xip folder "delete the one in there currently" NOW you can cock a decent 6.5 rom




**more to come**
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3rd September 2009, 12:12 AM |#3  
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this one for other things.
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3rd September 2009, 12:41 AM |#4  
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thanks Josh i appreciate!!!!!!!!!!
3rd September 2009, 08:21 AM |#5  
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good to have you here josh!
3rd September 2009, 08:55 AM |#6  
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Hey Josh, good to see you on the TP2 forums! Your Hermes Roms are the best. But there are a lot of good ROM developers here too

Hope you will develop some ROMS for the TP2. You can ofcourse ask for donation to buy one there a probably many users who will support you

Regards,
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Hi Joss,

Welcome to Rhodium

I'm a fun of your ROM's from Hermes to Tytn2.

I'll wait for your NEW ROM. Thanks in Advance
3rd September 2009, 01:39 PM |#8  
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Heyyyy guys!! Thanks for the support.. my test rom boots! So on post 1 you will find the kitchen as promised.

I hope to begin porting 6.5 shortly and get a 6.5 kitchen up.. also i'll try and answer questions and detail more instructions on post 2.
3rd September 2009, 02:24 PM |#9  
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Originally Posted by joshkoss

Heyyyy guys!! Thanks for the support.. my test rom boots! So on post 1 you will find the kitchen as promised.

I hope to begin porting 6.5 shortly and get a 6.5 kitchen up.. also i'll try and answer questions and detail more instructions on post 2.

thanks for great work..

i want something else from you

i think must add a line if you using real nk from 6.5

can you create a second bat or a number choice with that line?
3rd September 2009, 03:21 PM |#10  
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Hi Josh,

Great to see you here too. Looks like the chef's competition will be hard on the TP2.

cheers
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