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[TOOL] imgRePacker (LiveSuit's & PhoenixSuit's firmware images unpacker/packer)

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12th August 2013, 08:51 PM |#101  
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Sorry madfox but it is enough. You are in the wrong thread here with your problem. Please stop. Thanks. Maybe you look on Google for "Onda kitchen" or "Android kitchen" if you want a windows application.

Sent from my Teclast A10HD / Jelly Bean 4.2.2 Stockrom
12th August 2013, 10:11 PM |#102  
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Sorry madfox but it is enough. You are in the wrong thread here with your problem. Please stop. Thanks. Maybe you look on Google for "Onda kitchen" or "Android kitchen" if you want a windows application.

Sent from my Teclast A10HD / Jelly Bean 4.2.2 Stockrom

ok thanks sorry
29th August 2013, 12:49 AM |#103  
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Did anyone tried this great tools in a a20 firmware?
1st September 2013, 04:11 AM |#104  
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Just want a backup image of oem A20 tablet and there no way around it except dump the firmware
first and then make an .img from it afaik. now here is dump directory :



can you see any system.fex in it? the other thread says you have to go into a lot of hola hops just
so you can have a backup firmware ( no changes or mods).sigh i wish somebody just made a simple
win tool for it like they do for rooting etc.
dear OP can you guide me what is the step two please?
1st September 2013, 10:59 AM |#105  
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Axims,

What's inside system.tgz?


Forget my question, i've misunderstood your post.
You are looking for a way to pack those files in a img format, right?
1st September 2013, 09:14 PM |#106  
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Axims,

What's inside system.tgz?


Forget my question, i've misunderstood your post.
You are looking for a way to pack those files in a img format, right?


Right. no messing around. I just want a backup image in case things go wrong
and needs re-flashing. do you know a better, less complicated way?
1st September 2013, 09:32 PM |#107  
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I'm sorry but i can't help right now. I'm just starting to learn this SOC's firmware.
4th September 2013, 11:12 PM |#108  
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So, anybody around here is willing to help?
I have above mentioned files and so far I've tried imgRePacker and Unimg.exe with no success.
it seems they both looking for a different set of files which are extracted from an image file not
dumping the firmware.
6th September 2013, 09:55 AM |#109  
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Originally Posted by Axims

So, anybody around here is willing to help?
I have above mentioned files and so far I've tried imgRePacker and Unimg.exe with no success.
it seems they both looking for a different set of files which are extracted from an image file not
dumping the firmware.

Please describe any problems you have with the unpacking using imgRePacker.
And provide a link to the firmware

PS. Please note: imgRePacker is LiveSuit's & PhoenixSuit's firmware images (*.img) unpacker/packer
7th September 2013, 03:15 AM |#110  
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Please describe any problems you have with the unpacking using imgRePacker.
And provide a link to the firmware

PS. Please note: imgRePacker is LiveSuit's & PhoenixSuit's firmware images (*.img) unpacker/packer


Yes, I don't have the .img file as I mentioned above, just a firmware dump directory as you can see.
I really appreciate If you can help me find the right tool, or any idea you might have.
9th September 2013, 01:17 PM |#111  
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Originally Posted by Axims

Yes, I don't have the .img file as I mentioned above, just a firmware dump directory as you can see.
I really appreciate If you can help me find the right tool, or any idea you might have.

I think you need:
1. Find stock firmware image
2. Unpack to know structure and formats of files in image (for example, file system.fex may be stored in sparse format)
3. Replace some files with files from your dump
4. Pack firmware

PS, I'm not specialist. It's only IMHO
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