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4th May 2015, 03:08 PM |#21  
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I've been using Cygwin on Windows and the scripts work great.

I had no doubt. Cygwin is a solid tool with a long story and all the applications used by the scripts are present in all distros. The only problem is that installing Cygwin is sometimes a plague for a complete environment. BTW an eventual Windows port is the lowest of the priorities.
 
 
4th May 2015, 06:13 PM |#22  
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You will maybe laugh at my reply, but I simply use WinRAR, on Windows, with maximum compression. I do not yet sign the ZIPs because I wanted to generate my own private key instead of using the generic test-key. What you can try to do is update your recovery (if it's not updated) to see if the problem is solved.

Using your information, I repacked on windows, not signed. And then my package did work. Then I repackaged it on linux nog signed, and it did not work.
I inspected the windows-made package once more, and found at the the directories(!) were there not part of the zip file, while on linux they were. So I added an extra paremeter in linux not to add the directories explicitly, and then it did work, as long as I did nog sign it :P

So then I tried to resolve the problem: why didn't it want to sign correctly? And my feeling was that signapk.jar was breaking the zipfile if the zip was made on unix instead of windows (it kept changing some weird archive properties). So I searched for more ways and tools how to sign the zip. I did find another source, based on a shellscript and openssl, and by adapting their script to our needs I present to you: working, compressed and signed flashable zips
Update can be found in github, of course.
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4th May 2015, 10:41 PM |#23  
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Google Play Store 5.5.8
http://www.apkmirror.com/apk/google-...-apk-download/
5th May 2015, 06:57 AM |#24  
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Google Play Store 5.5.8
http://www.apkmirror.com/apk/google-...-apk-download/

Pushed this update to the github repo. Now literally off to travel to my boatride :P
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5th May 2015, 03:44 PM |#25  
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This is effing awesome 😁. I'd like to help, I have skills, but not time. I can however look over certain things and help out with bugs, debugging, etc. Basic QA work.
7th May 2015, 03:54 PM |#26  
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What are your thoughts on integrating the Play Store version of the Webview?

Can it be used to replace the system app?

User app: Android System WebView
com.google.android.webview 42.0.2311.138

System app: Android WebView
com.android.webview version 39(e1cf507233-arm)
7th May 2015, 11:27 PM |#27  
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Just curious...is it too much trouble to have different flavors of the Gapps like the PA ones used to (Pico, Nano, etc.)

Thanks for all your hard work in keeping the Gapps alive!
8th May 2015, 12:42 AM |#28  
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Just curious...is it too much trouble to have different flavors of the Gapps like the PA ones used to (Pico, Nano, etc.)

Thanks for all your hard work in keeping the Gapps alive!

Having multiple flavors is quite useless and time consuming, since the stock package can be easly transformed to slimmer packages.
8th May 2015, 01:46 AM |#29  
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Having multiple flavors is quite useless and time consuming, since the stock package can be easly transformed to slimmer packages.

"How?" Asked the n00b?
8th May 2015, 09:18 AM |#30  
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"How?" Asked the n00b?

Here´s how (post #2): http://androidforums.com/threads/off...ackage.902159/
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8th May 2015, 02:03 PM |#31  
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Great work guys, this is a lot of help to us noobs who can't contribute but need constant support! I saw earlier that the script was going to make a kitkat build. Is this available, or can it be available soon? Much appreciated.
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