Like in the Kaiser forum, this is a team work with JugglerLKR.
First of all, give thanks to all ppl that contribute to this kitchen (read first post), and all of you that help to make better with your feedback and suggestions...
This is a adaptation from KaiserKitchen to Diamond and Raphael. So don't wait an spectacular GUI, is as simple as the first version, a script with the tools needed in a folder. This way we can upgrade individual tool when needed...
This is the v0.6 (second version for Raphael). I have rewrited the script in a single file starting with the Alex's modification over the original batch files from version v0.3 for Kaiser. (many thanks Alex's for his works over the original script...)
UPDATE: Kitchen upgrade to resolv issues with reconstruction process. Now version 0.61 works fine.
UPDATE2: Kitchen upgrade to make a better extraction process. Now the XIP part is taked out of imgfs part before cook. Tested and verified to work fine with a shipped ROM and with a reconstructed one. Modified the tool IMGFSFROMDUMP.EXE to allow more than 128Mb imgfs partition size. Added XVI32 application to edit the NBH file and modify the PagePool according this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=430345. Version 0.62 uploaded.
The kitchen have three basic steps, first you need extract a base ROM to modify. Second you need to modify the extracted content (easy cause is package organized). Third you need to cook the modifications you did. The result of the whole process is a NBH file you can flash with RaphaelCustomRUU (included in the ROM). Of course you need the HardSPL before do this (not indluded in the ROM, you can get here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=410150)
Now all functions are in one menu...
The first option allows to extract the XIP and OS content from a ROM (shipped or dumped) and make packages to make easy the next step...
Next image show the extraction menu with shipped and dumped ROM
Once you get the content extracted, you will have a set of folders inside the kitchen like the next image...
OEM folder have the OEM part of the OS. ROM folder have the original OS.NB file and XIP extracted part. And SYS file have the SYS part of the OS.
Next step is to cook the ROM after you have introduced the modifications to the future ROM. Next imagen shows the cook menu when you can choose Bepe's BuildOS or Ervius one.
Once you have finished with the cook step, you can flash the NBH file you will have in the kitchen folder named RUU_Signed.NBH.
In the (m) More Options menu you have the cooking process step by step if you want to take more control over the process...
This are basics steps, so feel free to make any recomendation, suggestion or any other question related to the kitchen that allow us to make it better.
Links to the Kitchen:
Read the TXT file inside to get the pass.
Waiting your feedback, guys.... thanks...