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[TOOL] imgRePackerRK (RockChip's firmware images unpacker/packer)

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15th June 2013, 05:49 PM |#11  
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And thanks for the explanation. This means there is no recovery partition... But what happends when flashing an image without recovery partition ? the existing is not replaced or it is erased ?

This is not so. In your log

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recovery (Image/recovery.img) extracted (format: Android boot image)

8th July 2013, 10:19 PM |#12  
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Thats cool - molodets bratushka
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6th September 2013, 09:53 AM |#13  
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imgRePackerRK
RockChip's firmware images (*.img) unpacker/packer


New version (1.00 Windows & Linux) ready

+ gzip/cpio archive file support added
+ cpio_ascii_new archive file support added
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8th September 2013, 06:17 AM |#14  
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Simply works. Thanks RedScorpioXDA!

Perhaps a "root" function on the next version/release?
9th September 2013, 12:19 PM |#15  
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Perhaps a "root" function on the next version/release?

What do you mean?
1st October 2013, 02:26 PM |#16  
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imgRePackerRK
RockChip's firmware images (*.img) unpacker/packer


New version (1.01 Windows & Linux) ready

+ nongzipped cpio_ascii_new archive file support added (found in Oma's firmware)
+ /skip key added (to support Oma's fw)
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3rd October 2013, 09:00 AM |#17  
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imgRePackerRK
RockChip's firmware images (*.img) unpacker/packer


New version (1.02 Windows & Linux) ready

~ "alone" KRNL-signed images unpacking/packing bug fixed
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29th October 2013, 05:02 PM |#18  
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sorry but how to pack system.img again?

first i mounted img file to directory made some modifications but i could not pack the directory again
second i tried to mount img file to a hard drive (dev/sdb1) and did
dd if=/dev/sdb1 of=system.img
but this time system.img file size was long as partition size.. but longer than original system.img
than tried dd with to bs and count parameters but no success.

what is the point to pack system directory to img again?
thanks
30th October 2013, 01:37 PM |#19  
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nevermind, figured it out.
4th November 2013, 10:33 PM |#20  
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hey, great tool, thank you so much, but i'm failing to repack the boot.img too (win7 64)
getting error "can't open file "boot.img.dump\package-file", what iam doing wrong?
6th November 2013, 07:55 AM |#21  
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hey, great tool, thank you so much, but i'm failing to repack the boot.img too (win7 64)
getting error "can't open file "boot.img.dump\package-file", what iam doing wrong?

Please provide log-file (/log /debug options) and (if possible) link to firmware
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