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6th February 2010, 12:16 AM |#3  
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Moving from Ervius Visual Kitchen to osKitchen
  1. Open osKitchen and import the latest ROM for your device
  2. Replace the OEM packages
    • Locate the folder oskitchen created in your device (it's in the Sources folder) and delete all the packages in the "OEM Packages" folder
    • Open the OEM folder in the Ervius Kitchen folder, locate the folder of your device and copy&paste all the OEM packages that are inside the Common and the LCID folder (0409 for english, etc.) into a folder with any name you want inside the osKitchen "OEM Packages" folder (where you deleted them). The .VM folder can be ignored.
  3. Replace the EXT packages
    • Locate the folder oskitchen created in your device (it's in the Sources folder) and delete all the packages in the "EXT Packages" folder
    • Open the EXT folder in the Ervius Kitchen folder, locate the folder of your device and copy&paste all the folders that are inside the Common (usually empty) and the Windows Mobile Build subfolder (it's a 5-digit number) in the osKitchen "EXT Packages" folder (where you deleted them).
  4. Replace the OEMXIPKernel
    • Locate the folder oskitchen created in your device (it's in the Sources folder), go in the Profiles subfolder and then in its "default" subfolder, you'll find a folder named OEMXIPKernel, delete it.
    • Open the ROM folder in the Ervius Kitchen folder, locate the folder of your device, open the Windows Mobile Build subfolder (it's a 5-digit number) and then copy the OEMXIPKernel folder in the osKitchen "Profile\default" subfolder (where you deleted it).
  5. Import the Windows Mobile Build
    • Locate the oskitchen Sources folder, open the "Windows Mobile Builds" subfolde and delete any folder in there.
    • Create a new folder with the number of the windows mobile build present in ervius kitchen (5-digit number) and create three subfolders inside: Common, All and a LCID one for each language (0409 for english, etc)
    • Open the ROM folder in the Ervius Kitchen folder, locate the folder named "Shared", open its Windows Mobile Build subfolder (it's a 5-digit number) and copy the MSXIPKernel folder in the osKitchen Windows Mobile Build "Common" folder you created earlier.
    • Open the SYS folder in the Ervius Kitchen folder, locate the Windows Mobile Build subfolder (it's a 5-digit number) and proceed as following:
      • Everything in the "Common" subfolders of the folders that start with DPI_ goes in the "All" folder you created in the osKitchen Windows Mobile Build folder.
      • Everything in the LCID (0409 for english, etc) subfolders of the folders that start with DPI_ and of the SHARED folder goes in the LCID (0409 for english, etc) folder you created in the osKitchen Windows Mobile Build folder.
      • Everything in the "Common" subfolder of the "SHARED" folder goes in the "Common" folder you created in the osKitchen Windows Mobile Build folder.
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