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Sign-em! v2.0

Hi all! As we know, making zip files is a must no matter when we want to flash a new ROM, theme, mods and so on...but at times we need to sign the zip files before flashing them in recovery...especially ROM Makers or Themers, you may find it troublesome to sign your zip files via command prompt...even though there are already other scripts out there that can auto sign the files, but we still need to rename it one by one...and even though the zips are signed, but we still get "signature verification error" (usually in stock recovery)...

And that's what happened to me...so I decided to write a script to automate the whole process! There you have it: Sign-em!

This script will sign all your zip files with test keys. Instructions as below:
1. Download sign-em.zip.
2. Extract sign-em.zip anywhere on your PC.
3. Put your files in "Input".
4. Execute "sign-em.bat"
5. Your signed files will be in "Output", md5 checksum will be in a file named "md5.txt" in the same folder


**JRE is required
**IMPORTANT: DO NOT leave spaces when you name your zip files, e.g. "123 abc.zip" is a no go, "123abc.zip" is the correct way


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Planned features:
- Option to set heap size
- Linux version

Changelog:
Code:
v1.0
-Initial release

v2.0
- Generates md5 checksum of signed zips
- Files are now properly signed (No more signature verification error)
Credits:
- http://www.pc-tools.net/win32/md5sums for Md5sums v1.2

Hope you will enjoy my work and please do not mirror my work!

Feedbacks are welcomed too!
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31st October 2012, 02:37 PM |#2  
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it just creates an empty update.signed.zip
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it just creates an empty update.signed.zip

You must have JRE installed and set in your PATH...I have been using it all the while...
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Thanks

It works great
3rd March 2013, 03:36 AM |#7  
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Thanks Ryuinferno
Edit : I still get Signature verification Error.
3rd March 2013, 04:51 AM |#8  
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Re: [DEV][TOOL][WINDOWS] Sign-em! v1.0 --> Batch sign zip files!!! No Hassles!!!
Lol...what you used?CWM or stock recovery?CWM zips do not need to be signed...
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Lol...what you used?CWM or stock recovery?CWM zips do not need to be signed...

Stock. Trying to get things working on my Mom's Galaxy S Duos
4th March 2013, 11:36 AM |#10  
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Re: [DEV][TOOL][WINDOWS] Sign-em! v2.0 --> Batch sign zip files!!! No Hassles!!!
Hey guys...I just updated this tool...it now generates md5 checksum of signed zips and files are now properly signed (No more signature verification error)...hope that it helps...
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Daaaayyyuum. It DOES really work. I've got no choice but to stay with stock ICS 4.0.4 and flashing CWM recovery will make bootloop. Now I can install some mods thru recovery e3. Man, You're great.

For people out there: if you have installed java jdk and it's not working you've got to make PATH to jdk. [Right click at My Computer and look for ->Environment Variables, under System Variables]
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