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By despotovski01, Inactive Recognized Developer on 14th September 2012, 03:04 PM
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16th September 2012, 08:24 AM |#11  
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After months of hard work, I present you the ultimate Android utility, Android Ultimate Toolbox Pro! As the name says, it's a toolbox-like program that offers many features that make the usually not-so-easy tasks easier.

Caution! This program is not foolproof! Don't try to outsmart it by playing tricks, or you may result with an expensive brick in the worst case!

Requirements
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4 (Client Profile is also needed)
  • Java JDK and JRE and Android SDK (for signing update.zip files)
  • Visual Basic Power Packs 10 - download here

Key features
  1. Update.zip creator
  2. Update.zip signer
  3. Flash kernels
  4. Flash recovery images
  5. Flash upate.zip
  6. Flash system images
  7. Flash data images
  8. Flash splash images
  9. Install APKs (system and user)
  10. Uninstall APKs (system and user)
  11. Check MD5 sums
  12. File manager
  13. Root checker
  14. Root your device
  15. Unroot device
  16. Logger (logcat and dmesg)
  17. Rebooter (normal reboot, reboot in recovery, reboot in bootloader, reboot from fastboot)
  18. Backup manager
  19. Device ID configurator (device name, build number, Android version)
  20. Unlock bootloader
  21. Lock bootloader
  22. Wipe (system, data, cache, boot, recovery)
  23. And much more to come!

Note: make sure to read the help topics before using Android Ultimate Toolbox Pro.

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(If you don't see the download button, click here)
Latest version: 1.0.0.0

Credits
fdespotovski - icon
RegawMod - AndroidLib library
cdesai - help
Rebellos - help
Zoran Despotovski - tester

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If you want to report a misbehavior of Android Ultimate Toolbox Pro, just fill out this form and I'll take a look at it and fix it as soon as possible.
Before posting a question in this thread:
-please search if the question is already posted and answered
-read all of the help topics
trust me, you'll save both yours and mine time.

Feedback is always appreciated.
Video coming soon!

excellent work !
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16th September 2012, 09:02 AM |#12  
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I recently tried this app, and seems that has very useful functions, thanks.
I have a problem with backup future though. My device(U8800) has a difference about recovery and boot images. Has a seperate fat32 partition which mounted as .cust_backup, in which are the recovery.img, boot.img and some other system files.
So, the app cannot backup recovery and boot. Only backup system and data. The approach used on CMW recovery for my device, is to just copy and compress all this partition which is less that 200MB.
Can you implement support for this in the app?
Here is the mounts of my device:

thanks in advance.

Hi, mate,
First off, thanks for using my new program. I'm looking forward to adding support for your devce, but first I need to know how do you flash and backup recovery and boot images? Do you just flash that combined partition, or you flash the boot and recovery images seperately?

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16th September 2012, 02:10 PM |#13  
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The backup is, as I mentioned, the folder Image(which contains the system files) from .cust_backup partition. The device has a special pink screen in which the pc loads this partition and I just replace the recovery.img with the custom one. Same and with boot.img can happens, but usually, for custom roms, is contained on update.zip.
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The backup is, as I mentioned, the folder Image(which contains the system files) from .cust_backup partition. The device has a special pink screen in which the pc loads this partition and I just replace the recovery.img with the custom one. Same and with boot.img can happens, but usually, for custom roms, is contained on update.zip.

OK, I will see what I can do with that.
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26th September 2012, 12:13 PM |#15  
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So, what do you think about this program? Is it OK? Should I change anything?
3rd October 2012, 11:09 PM |#16  
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Excellent will take a look as soon as my pc is operational :P thank you
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Is it possible to root Galaxy Nexus running on 4.1 JB with FIDO network???
4th October 2012, 12:01 AM |#18  
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Cool to see more and more people developing using my library AndroidLib
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I was wondering when using this app of yours, what state should the phone/tablet/device be in? ie: recovery, phone on but screen off, phone on and screen on etc etc. And I was wondering also how you are able to make it so that the app can root all sorts of different devices.
4th October 2012, 12:22 AM |#20  
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Is it possible to root Galaxy Nexus running on 4.1 JB with FIDO network???

Theoretically it should be a cinch to root the GNex via this utility as long as you have set up your Android SDK properly. Your bootloader should be unlocked (If not use Feature #20 to do so). Subsequent rooting and then pushing a custom recovery via adb should be very simple.

DISCLAIMER: I have not used this utility to Unlock and Root my GNex. I am only going by the universal methods and assumptions regarding recent Samsung devices. I did use the method given in my signature.
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Excellent will take a look as soon as my pc is operational :P thank you

You're welcome. Thanks for using my program.

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Is it possible to root Galaxy Nexus running on 4.1 JB with FIDO network???

Possibly. You can try.

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Cool to see more and more people developing using my library AndroidLib

Yeah, your library is excellent. I'm going to use it in Boot Animation Factory as well. That AdbInterface lib is not even close to yours.

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I was wondering when using this app of yours, what state should the phone/tablet/device be in? ie: recovery, phone on but screen off, phone on and screen on etc etc. And I was wondering also how you are able to make it so that the app can root all sorts of different devices.

For most of the tasks, your device should be booted in Android OS mode. The buttons that execute functions that require the device to be booted in different modes are labeled with *s. For more information about this, read the help topics.
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