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[GUIDE][HOW TO] Extract Factory Samsung's system.img file for create your Stock Based

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Hello world!

Now I will tell you how to extract Samsung's factory system.img files (with support to 4.4) on Windows
That's right???
- That's right mate

An example:
You want to extract The Pocket Neo 2 (5312C/5310L) System files, deodex and make your own custom ROM for 5312B/10B with that apk files
That's the first thing you have to do :3

How this works:

We will use the delicious ImgExtractor v1.3.6 <Created by And_PDA (Based on sources ext4_unpacker)> as base and with this and few more things to complete the mission
It will read blocks of RAW EXT4 image and extract then keeping the metadata and all the stuff you must know... (including .journal file)


Part 01

  1. Download and extrac the tool to somewhere
  2. Take a Big G search and find Pocket Neo 2 ODIN stock ROM, (for example...)
  3. Rename it to S5312xxxxxxx_bla_bla_blaHOME.tar
  4. Now simple extract with WinRAR
  5. You will see a few files, do not lose the focus, look at system.img
  6. Now it is time to Part 02

Part 02

  1. Coopy the system.img file to \system.img Extractor\para_extrair
  2. Don't rename it, please
  3. Now go a level back on the folder and open .comd file that you preffer
  4. Read all and make your choice
  5. - Option 01, I choose You! (Pokemon forever :3 !)
  6. Now, wait until it extract all and when it is done, do a party! You made it!
  7. You can now manipule your files, deodex, decompile and bla bla bla (Keep in mind, I wont tell you how to, because XDA is flooded with good guides for this :3 :v )




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