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Hey guys

I'm currently working on my first custom ROM mainly because there are currently no ROM for the dreaded G900H (aka Exynos) version. For this, I already downloaded a stock ROM and created my environment using Android Kitchen. So here are my questions:

1. I was able to follow and execute all the instructions to extract the custom ROM, install root and busybox. But first... is Android Kitchen even compatible with Galaxy S5?

2. Is it important to keep the CSC info on the new ROM? How can I backup current CSC info from my stock (carrier provided) S5?

3. How probable is to brick the phone if I flash a very alpha ROM as the one I'm supposedly cooking? I already have a nandroid and EFS backup

Thanks in advance for your answer and patience.
5th May 2014, 11:19 PM |#2  
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i need custom rom too for my sm-g900h
could anyone post full guide and video showing us how make our custom rom?
really appreciate
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Me too, I am on the same wait. Please and thanks.
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answers any one?

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at least someone give us full guide of building/modifying our stock rom to custom rom
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Is there still no hope for the s900H ((((
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any rom?
I cant believe no custom rom for my s900h phone. Million of users all over the world, including latin america, asia. If Iknew how to built one I would, but I have no Idea. Developers where are you?
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I cant believe no custom rom for my s900h phone. Million of users all over the world, including latin america, asia. If Iknew how to built one I would, but I have no Idea. Developers where are you?

Funny, implying that this is an statistics game. It is not and it's ridiculous to blame developers for the lack of support.
Pretty much everyone that actually develops got the Snapdragon variant, if I had a choice I'd gotten that just by the amount of code and AOSP possibility.

Exynos was only supported by a couple of devs, it's all Samsung's fault - not devs. None of them currently has an S5.

Use xposed, greenify, titanium backup and there are few reasons you'll need a custom rom.
Xposed opened a new world of possibilities to modding.

Edit: Exactly that demanding attitude is what puts devs off. Other regions are usually more polite and grateful and that's something devs have noted in the past....
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Originally Posted by mindol81

Hey guys

I'm currently working on my first custom ROM mainly because there are currently no ROM for the dreaded G900H (aka Exynos) version. For this, I already downloaded a stock ROM and created my environment using Android Kitchen. So here are my questions:

1. I was able to follow and execute all the instructions to extract the custom ROM, install root and busybox. But first... is Android Kitchen even compatible with Galaxy S5?

2. Is it important to keep the CSC info on the new ROM? How can I backup current CSC info from my stock (carrier provided) S5?

3. How probable is to brick the phone if I flash a very alpha ROM as the one I'm supposedly cooking? I already have a nandroid and EFS backup

Thanks in advance for your answer and patience.

1 - yes.
2 - make an nandroid before
3 - if you have a brick, restore from your nandroid and ready again
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