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Announcement from spamtheboss: Announcing HotROM for Osprey!

The HotROM Box - Early Build
Hey people, I'm spamtheboss, former known on Titan forum on Miui V6 development and also a few tricks I've posted there. But, I have a project called The HotROM Box, which consists in a tool that provides almost everything you need to restore your device in no time, basically an automator. All you need is your adb and fastboot and (for now) your Stock FW.

Main Features
Stock ROM Flashing method
TWRP Recovery Flashing method
Phone Reboot option
Reboot to Bootloader option
Reboot to Recovery option

Dealing with The HotROM Box
1.1: Install
-Copy all files to the folder where your Stock ROM files are located.

1.2: Usabillity
Windows: .bat interactive menu
Linux: .sh interactive menu using Zenity

1.3: F.A.Q (Frequently Asked Questions)
- Q: ROM flashing doesn't work!
- A: You're probably using mFastboot, an alternative version of fastboot. Install the original version and this issue will be solved (until I release a alternative version)
- Q: TWRP flashing doesn't work!
- A: If you haven't downloaded this file via xda official thread some stuff may be corrupted. TWRP image is uploaded with the script and you must copy those to your ROM folder.
- Q: ETA?
- A: Please, do not ask this kind of question. I'm not a dev, I just like (very much) to program some cool stuff, and if something on the code goes wrong, warn me and i'll fix it and release a new version as soon as I can.
- Q: Will you add more features?
- A: Always, this tool will grow with features as the way I improve my programming skills.

Changelog
  • Initial Release (Stock ROM flashing, TWRP flashing and other minor options)
  • Added alternative mFastboot flashing method
  • Tool ported to THEA and OSPREY
  • Tool ported to Linux

Downloads
Mediafire Last update!
Github Repo (LINUX)
Github Repo (WINDOWS) Not available (yet).

Vote Poll
What you think about The HotROM Box? Vote your opinion about it!
Link: http://www.strawpoll.me/10664791

Updates
To update HRB, just paste the new files on the older files directory. Simple as that!
OSPREY-2.1

Source Code: http://github.com/lelufg

XDA:DevDB Information
The HotROM Box, Tool/Utility for the Moto G 2015

Contributors
spamtheboss

Version Information
Status: Nightly
Current Stable Version: 2.0
Stable Release Date: 2015-12-30
Current Beta Version: 2.0
Beta Release Date: 2015-12-18

Created 2015-12-31
Last Updated 2015-12-31
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31st December 2015, 06:17 AM |#2  
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Reserved.
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Was waiting for this to come to ospery
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Never heard this one but impressive.. Will try it..
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sounds cool, will try it as soon as factory image 6.0 is available ....
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Was waiting for this to come to ospery

Well, thank you!
Glad I extended to Osprey then. I'll try to update it weekly but can't promise. Also I will create a repo for it on Github very soon.

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Never heard this one but impressive.. Will try it..

Yes, I'm not that known lol. But I did created this tool formely for Moto G 2014 some months ago, and now I'm porting to other devices. I hope you have a good experience with it, and if anything weird happens during tool usage, tell me here. I will be glad to help and update it.

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sounds cool, will try it as soon as factory image 6.0 is available ....

I am waiting for it too. I think it will add or remove some file, and if my suspects are correct, I will have to update this tool in order to flash Stock MM firmwares too.
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I used it yesterday. Flawless! Thanks!

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I used it yesterday. Flawless! Thanks!

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You're welcome, bro.
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I used it yesterday. Flawless! Thanks!

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This tool looks to be amazing. I do however have the dumbest question ever. I'm use to using fastboot mode all the time. What's the exact steps after downloading THB? I have adb and fastbbot already and the stock rom in the same folder. Just wondering if I place THB in the same folder and run it from there? Thanks for any help.
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This tool looks to be amazing. I do however have the dumbest question ever. I'm use to using fastboot mode all the time. What's the exact steps after downloading THB? I have adb and fastbbot already and the stock rom in the same folder. Just wondering if I place THB in the same folder and run it from there? Thanks for any help.

Yes, it's a .bat file. You need the extracted ROM files and the Fastboot files on the same folder. It's pretty important to avoid brick the phone due to typos.

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Yes, it's a .bat file. You need the extracted ROM files and the Fastboot files on the same folder. It's pretty important to avoid brick the phone due to typos.

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Thank you very much. This tool is absolutely fantastic. It made getting back to stock the easiest! Definitely great workπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘Œ
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