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[Q] Deodex S5830XWKT7

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tossan

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Ketut did it with dsixda's Android Kitchen.

->[ROM] DXKT5/XWKT7 prepared using Android-Kitchen, CWM flashable zip

Scroll down to the second post. There he has a mini howto. Be extra cautious about the instructions for system.rfs. Than head over to dsixda's place for more details. From the vast available options you should only need

11 - Deodex files in your ROM

If you don't happen to have a Linux system, than I would suggest this one (The mother of Android. ... ;)):

->LiveUsbPendrivePersistent
Again, scroll down to the section "Installing Ubuntu on USB drive using Windows (UNetbootin)"

With this method you can have a second partition (casper-rw) on the stick, where the changes to the system are stored (add, remove packages/software or updates of the system components). Beaware though to never update kernel related stuff.

I'm currently using Lubuntu 11.10 on a 4GB stick with Eclipse + Gimp + Inkscape + AbiWord + ... installed and there is still plenty of room left. With 4GB you normally don't even manage to get a Win7 barebone system up and running smoothly. ... :D
 
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    Ketut did it with dsixda's Android Kitchen.

    ->[ROM] DXKT5/XWKT7 prepared using Android-Kitchen, CWM flashable zip

    Scroll down to the second post. There he has a mini howto. Be extra cautious about the instructions for system.rfs. Than head over to dsixda's place for more details. From the vast available options you should only need

    11 - Deodex files in your ROM

    If you don't happen to have a Linux system, than I would suggest this one (The mother of Android. ... ;)):

    ->LiveUsbPendrivePersistent
    Again, scroll down to the section "Installing Ubuntu on USB drive using Windows (UNetbootin)"

    With this method you can have a second partition (casper-rw) on the stick, where the changes to the system are stored (add, remove packages/software or updates of the system components). Beaware though to never update kernel related stuff.

    I'm currently using Lubuntu 11.10 on a 4GB stick with Eclipse + Gimp + Inkscape + AbiWord + ... installed and there is still plenty of room left. With 4GB you normally don't even manage to get a Win7 barebone system up and running smoothly. ... :D