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alireza7991 13th August 2013 06:32 PM

[TOOL] M-A INSTALLER | Install ZIPs WITHOUT a Recovery !!!!!
 
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M-A Installer clones recovery enviroment on android enviroment . It allows us to install zip update packages directly in android without rebooting in cwm/twrp/... !! M-A Installer does not convert scripts for installing package , It installs zip directly into device so Its compatable with all flashable zips all over the world ( At the moment aroma series are not compatible with M-A Installer becuase Android system over rides frame buffer while surface flinger trys to redraw screen on new inputs or refresh events , so I 'm waiting for a fix from Aroma to add aroma binary support to M-A Tools )

DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME FOR REBOOTING IN RECOVERY
♥ USE M-A INSTALLER INSTEAD ♥
FIRST REAL ZIP PACKAGES INSTALLER

Warning !

YOU ARE USING THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK ! I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE !!

DO NOT TRY TO INSTALL ROMS OR PACKAGES CHANGING SYSTEM BECAUSE YOU CAN NOT CUT DOWN A TREE WHILE YOU ARE AT THE TOP OF IT !!


Requirements

- Busybox
- ARMv7 ( + NEON ) - [ May not work on ARMv6 !!! ]
- Root Permissions

How to install

- Download last version
- Extract contents in /system/bin/
- Set permissions of all files which you have extracted to "rwxr-xr-x" ( 755 )

How to use

- Open terminal and type :
Code:

su
inzip path/to/zip

- Write path to zip file you want to flash instead of path/to/zip

Downloads

version 1.0 | ARMv7 ( + NEON ) Support

CREDIT

M0RT3Z4
Aramullz ( aka Ahmad Amrullah )
Koush and All devs contributed in CWM project

naag.qc 13th August 2013 06:54 PM

How can we will wipe data, cache ?

hiej 13th August 2013 07:44 PM

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Originally Posted by naag.qc (Post 44584361)
How can we will wipe data, cache ?

on terminal type:

su
rm /data/ dalvik-cache /*
rm /cache/ dalvik-cache /*

ZordanKV 13th August 2013 08:55 PM

Nice.

Maybe you should add examples what can be flashed this way.

alireza7991 14th August 2013 06:08 AM

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Originally Posted by ZordanKV (Post 44588057)
Nice.

Maybe you should add examples what can be flashed this way.

all kernels , recoveries , mods , tweaks , engines , maybe gapp and a lot more . only remember you can not install roms and anything else which wipes system or framwork

ktulu84 14th August 2013 01:01 PM

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Originally Posted by alireza7991 (Post 44601015)
all kernels , recoveries , mods , tweaks , engines , maybe gapp and a lot more . only remember you can not install roms and anything else which wipes system or framwork

yes, but don't you need a reboot when flash a kernel a mod or some init.d tweak?

alireza7991 14th August 2013 01:23 PM

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Originally Posted by ktulu84 (Post 44609121)
yes, but don't you need a reboot when flash a kernel a mod or some init.d tweak?

M-A Installer : install zip -> reboot system
CWM : reboot recovery -> install zip -> reboot system

as you can see reboot recovery is removed using m-a installer so about 2-3 min time is saved

Also it maybe fix "annoying setup wizard" bug ( I did'nt test )

smeroni68 14th August 2013 01:56 PM

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Originally Posted by alireza7991 (Post 44609642)
M-A Installer : install zip -> reboot system
CWM : reboot recovery -> install zip -> reboot system

as you can see reboot recovery is removed using m-a installer so about 2-3 min time is saved

Also it maybe fix "annoying setup wizard" bug ( I did'nt test )

May be the reboot to recovery will give you a saving of 30 seconds... But only the trouble to use terminal, typing the commands and write correctly the path... I think you lost the saving of reboot to recovery... That's my thinking.

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alireza7991 14th August 2013 02:10 PM

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Originally Posted by smeroni68 (Post 44610480)
May be the reboot to recovery will give you a saving of 30 seconds... But only the trouble to use terminal, typing the commands and write correctly the path... I think you lost the saving of reboot to recovery... That's my thinking.

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oh dealing with hardware keys on ADC Team CWM to find and choose update package is to time consuming comparing to writing 1/2 small lines on terminal + you do not need to reboot on all zip packages ! some packages applys directly after installing .

You are not forced to use this tool ! Leave this topic clean if you do'nt like this

smeroni68 14th August 2013 02:19 PM

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Originally Posted by alireza7991 (Post 44610893)
oh dealing with hardware keys on ADC Team CWM to find and choose update package is to time consuming comparing to writing 1/2 small lines on terminal + you do not need to reboot on all zip packages ! some packages applys directly after installing .

You are not forced to use this tool ! Leave this topic clean if you do'nt like this

I never write this tool is not good, but if you compare a procedure that need a reboot, I think it is not so time saving... And if you use TWRP instead of CWM... There is no comparison...

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