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

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6th November 2013, 07:55 AM |#21  
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Originally Posted by ronson3ronson

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
6th November 2013, 10:36 AM |#22  
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Thank you very much for the tool!

I am able to unpack, modify, repack and flash a Firmware for a Pipo M6 max but I have to use the Windows version for unpacking/packing.

The Linux Version did not run under Ubuntu 10.04 LTS x64.
I extracted the zip-file and make the file "imgrepackerrk" executable via chmod a+x imgrepackerrk.
If I try to open it via ./imgrepackerrk I get bash: ./imgrepackerrk: No such file or directory.

Did I miss something or do it wrong?
6th November 2013, 02:00 PM |#23  
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If I try to open it via ./imgrepackerrk I get bash: ./imgrepackerrk: No such file or directory.
Did I miss something or do it wrong?

I think you forgot to change directory. What the result of ls?
6th November 2013, 02:36 PM |#24  
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I am in the correct directory and the program is executable:
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7th November 2013, 06:15 AM |#25  
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Originally Posted by hurray

I am in the correct directory and the program is executable:

Sorry. I'm not specialist in Linux
7th November 2013, 07:03 AM |#26  
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Originally Posted by RedScorpioXDA

Sorry. I'm not specialist in Linux

No problem at all. The windows version works like a charm. Thanks again for the tools and your time!
7th November 2013, 07:55 AM |#27  
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Hi RedScorpion..


I like you tool alot... However...

I have an 16mb recovery.img.. But whenever i repack it it goes to 5mb image even without modifying it

can you help me with this? Thanks!
8th November 2013, 09:49 AM |#28  
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I have an 16mb recovery.img.. But whenever i repack it it goes to 5mb image even without modifying it
can you help me with this?

What kind of help you need?
Please describe your actions in details (step by step) and provide link to original recovery.img
5th December 2013, 06:58 PM |#29  
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is there a possibility to change the contents (e.g keep only recovery image and delete the rest)?

What can we do with image.cfg?

Thanks in advence! Great work
12th December 2013, 12:30 PM |#30  
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someone can help me
I have tab by MID. Is not turning on longer, until i flashing him.
Tab is now worked much quickly! But, unfortunately WiFi by rtl8188etv and touch by zet6223wta not worked at all.
I find drivers for this chips:
I tried all possible ways and I can give him the second life by myself! Can any integrated this in firmware for me?
Or find modules (8188xxx) after copy in system all is turning on...
I would be very grateful and if needed will pay for extra fees. Link on firmware and drivers in attached file. Thanks in advance! http://dl.xda-developers.com/attachd...1/9/8/link.txt
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20th January 2014, 12:11 PM |#31  
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Image repack error
Hi RedScorpio
First off thanks for this tool, it's great! I am however having issues with repacking a boot.img. I have modified some of the files in the ramdisk and would like to rebuild but I get the following output:

2014.01.20 12:06:32 imgRePackerRK (v. 1.02 linux)
2014.01.20 12:06:32 (c) RedScorpio, Moscow, 2013
2014.01.20 12:06:32
2014.01.20 12:06:32 Command parameters: "/log" "/debug" "ramdisk.dump"
2014.01.20 12:06:32
2014.01.20 12:06:32 Run parameters:
2014.01.20 12:06:32 log = 1
2014.01.20 12:06:32 debug = 1
2014.01.20 12:06:32 quiet = 0
2014.01.20 12:06:32 mono = 0
2014.01.20 12:06:32 md5 = 0
2014.01.20 12:06:32 rkcrc = 0
2014.01.20 12:06:32 rkaf = 0
2014.01.20 12:06:32 skip = 0
2014.01.20 12:06:32 2nd = 0
2014.01.20 12:06:32 memsize = 134217728
2014.01.20 12:06:32
2014.01.20 12:06:32 ==========================[ START ]==========================
2014.01.20 12:06:32
2014.01.20 12:06:32 --- Firmware creating ---
2014.01.20 12:06:32
2014.01.20 12:06:32 - "package-file" configuration file reading -
2014.01.20 12:06:32 .FATAL ERROR. Can't open file "ramdisk.dump/package-file"
2014.01.20 12:06:32
2014.01.20 12:06:32 ==========================[ STOP ]==========================

Could you tell me what it's looking for?
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