Edit: The prop says it is 5.1.1
You only need to plug in your device if you are ripping the img's from it. Normally you can get the by-name info from a boot.img. If the device does not use by-name you will need to create an mmc file and still don't need to plug in the device.
Are you on the newest kitchen? I ask because it now checks to make sure you have all the other dependencies met. If you are running the newest kitchen and you are on 32-bit Ubuntu, I have no idea what is going on. Are there any errors in the terminal if you scroll up after building the zip?
Take a look at this postI am trying to create a custom rom for “Huawei Mediapad T1 8.0”. I just need a flashable rom from the stock system.img and boot.img.
I am using “dell Inspiron 15r n5010” model computer with 4gb ram and 500 gb harddisk, dual booting windows 7 with linux mint rafaela.
Version of super kitchen is 0.9.0.4. version of android 4.3 (emui 1.6)
I extracted system, boot, recovery from device using the super kitchen by options 1 and 4.
After the extraction i checked out the options and at some point kitchen wanted me to choose from set_meta or set_perm, i chose set_meta but it said that my kernel doesnt support the set_meta type and chose set_perm by default.
Using the kitchen, I debloated the firmware.
Then built the fullrom zip.
I tried to flash using TWRP recovery, but it doesnot allow me and said , “This rom is for 'msm8610' devices, This is a 'mediapadt1'”. I thought to delete that line from updater script. But didnot delete because, that may need some changes in other files too.
I think that buildprop product name is differing from recovery product name.
I have attached files i was using,, I am new to linux and also android rom building..