This is a program to complement your ROM. It is able to produce a CWM flashable zip with apps your ROM might be missing (T-Mob ones, launchers, utilities, etc). It also has other tools available for you. It can produce an empty flashable zip for you (read more about it here). And now, it has "repositories." Developers can upkeep their own repos with whatever files they wish. Roms, themes, mods, etc.
(forgot to change the version # in these screenies, it's 1.1 )
Repo Tab 0.999
Launchers & Misc Tab
Vibrant Apps Tab
- Download. Note: you must have Java installed to run this app
- WHILE YOU ARE DOWNLOADING MAKE A NANDROID BACKUP
- Unzip the folder. Please keep it intact. Moving files around in there will probably break the functionality.
- Run ACS.jar.
- Choose desired apps.
- Wiping Dalvik cache is recommended, but it will take you about 5 minutes to boot
- Copy flash.zip to your internal sd card
- Flash with CWM
Linux users: if you are running Linux I advise you to use the run.sh file to run the program, otherwise it may use your home directory to store files
Mac users: you need to have java 1.6 installed for this to work. i tested this on a friend's mac (running 10.5.8 & java 1.5) and it wasn't working. also i was not able to update her java to 1.6 either. so i'm assuming you need to have snow leopard installed for this to work...
Check out this reference guide for more info on setting up a repo list. Feel free to contact me for any clarification. It's really not hard to do it, just have to understand how the app works a little. The guide should give insight and instruction. Contact me to add your repo to the list.
If you want to change the location of system apps, please make your selections first THEN change the location
v1.2.3 -1.2.2 broke everything in the world so testing this fix out v1.2.2 -fixed bug where unix based systems couldn't properly download from custom repos v1.2.1 -redbend wasn't being added when you download modems, so it didn't work, fixed -repo "admins" are now not restricted to using the pre-made folders in /kitchen and can put whatever path they wish and ACS should properly handle all directories -fixed an issue not being able to download certain files.... v1.2 -fixed issue where program would try to download 2+ files at once if some files were not to be zipped up -fixed issue where program would just stop if user had the zip open and it is trying to access said zip. now notifies the user -error dialogs for when user selects files to download which would produce duplicate files in zip -zappin dem bugs! -took out splash screen for now :( v1.11 -update script bug fix v1.1 -initial implementation of CWM3 edify scripts for Epic (I've been reading they're supposed to work on CWM2, but I haven't had luck on my end, please let me know if you can help) -UI is now resizable and easier to work with -crappy splash screen -internal code changes -fixed run.sh script -support to copy files to internal sd card v1.0 -finished gui changes, no more tabs -added menu bar with options option :) -couple bug fixes from .9999999 v0.999 -redesigned gui -everything is in form of a repo now (or will be at v1, too lazy to do launchers tonight) -added functionality for different phones -changed the way the app checks files against the server, should be much more efficient & faster -need a new name! v0.86 -bug fixes -location of system apps (in the options tab) now works v0.85 -repo functionality added --any devs, feel free to contact me to add a section for your rom/mods/whatever --the "repo" is maintained by you and is updated automatically when you update it, no need to recompile the app -options tab --new option to specify where you'd like to store apps that would originally go in /system/app currently may not work, need some script help from a dev to fix this D: -download percent for convenience and downloading large files -did i mention there's a repo? v0.7 Beta -couple GUI changes to make it prettier -new feature to create blank CWM zips for your use, read more about it here v0.6 Beta -improved code to download from online server & error checking -added modems v0.5 Burly Beta -Basically rewrote program... --should be more efficient now, too -Initial online implementation --hopefully my web host can handle the traffic :) -icon is missing, after 8 hours of working on 0.5 i'm not going to fix it right now -file size down to less than 150k :cool: v0.4 ALPHA -KERNELS & MODEMS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS UPDATE, SORRY :) -TouchWiz Launcher Widgets will not be added along with the launcher -added progress bar (along with rewriting some code to make it more efficient) -added a rename box, you can now name your .zip whatever you like -added more tmobile bloat (sigh) -the application will not recognize APKs and files outside of itself, so for instance if you have an APK that you want to add just put it in the corresponding folders. -- for instance my VCK.jar is in folder /vck/, i want to add hi.apk. I could move it to /vck/data/app/hi.apk and when you click generate zip, the program should include it. please contact me if this is unclear or you have questions, this is only a minor feature :) v0.3 ALHPA -Renamed to Vibrant Customization Kitchen (thanks BruceElliot) -re-organized tabs a little -fixed bug where program would not work properly after generating a zip (thanks jdanisevich) -Launchers & Misc tab should work v0.2 ALPHA -Most Vibrant Apps added (missing TMO TV & Media Hub for now) -Misc Tab works now (minus GB keyboard, didn't work for me for some reason) v0.1 ALPHA -Initial Release
-Please report any bugs you may have!
-If you do encounter a bug, restarting the program and trying again may help.
If you like this Tool, hit the Thank you button!
github - I don't really know what I'm doing with git, but here's my attempt at publishing it
-Scrizz - doing the hard work on the modems
-Heathen - script help
-everyone who contributes to the repo
-all ROM devs
-everyone else in this community who always helps
XDA Front Page (v0.3)
Android Spin (v0.4)
i need everyone to test out 1.2.3. windows/linux/osx, everyone. please test it out trying to download Swype from Jdan's repo. if it does not work, please report back