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Thanks for reporting that. I'll make sure the two Chinese apps get removed in next firmware build, or I'll rebuild this firmware is no update come soon. As for Google Play Service crashing, that will need further investigation.
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This is very nice but I have some questions. I was trying to install Xposed framework but it kept saying there's no space left but I know there's plenty. I removed the two leftover chinese apps and was able to install busybox to /system/xbin so there must be some other issue. I made an updated system.img without those apps and with the Xposed app-process already in place. I tried flashing only the system.img with RKAndroidTool 1.37 but it fails when checking. Same if I use the system.img extracted from this ROM. Do we always need to make an update.img? If so, is it possible to include only the system.img and modify the update-script? I would like to just update the system while leaving apps and storage intact. Could I use CWM and make a zip? I have some experience building custom ROM zips for my Xperia T and I know there's a CWM recovery.img floating around somewhere. I tried flashing oma's V88 rocks while keeping the kernel from the u35gt. It didn't quite work but the CWM did seem to work a it should.
Edit: a little update. I made an update.img with my modified system.img, commencting out all the other files from the package-file and update-script. RKBatchTool wouldn't load it, but copying it to the device it did prompt me to update and I did. After rebooting and seeming busy for a while, it ended with the dead robot on his back. But, after reboot, it definitely did flash my system.img! So some kinks to work out but on the right path I'd say. Sorry if this is not the place for my ramblings.
I have a U35GT that turned into a brick for an unknown reason and could get passed the boot / loading screen when it turned it on but then I found this and decided to flash it. It worked fine my tablet is alive again and seems to be working fine except I can't seem to turn the wifi on in the settings? It's set to off and if I try switch it on it tries for about 5 seconds and says "Turning Wi-Fi on" on screen but then goes straight back to off? Has anyone heard of this or this maybe a hardware failure?
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