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Does this script can help me ?
Or this :
This one is for making a basic cwm flashable firmware
You can use it only if you know your mount points and other stuff related with the META-INF, though I recommend that you use dsixda kitchen
This is only a script similar to this one http://globula.arctablet.com/AN7CG3/ that enables root on your device.
You can set up a default language in build.prop
In the META-INF/com/google/android you have a file called updater-script which is used to determine the mount points and what to flash, what needs to be formated, it is setting permission and many other things.
An example, on arnova 7c g3 it looks something like this
format("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p12");
mount("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p12", "/system");
format("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p13");
mount("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p13", "/data");
But this is only the beginning there are more lines after, the idea is that when you do a CWM flashable firmware you need to set t up these mounting points properly because you can either delete your current firmware, or flash the cache with the system and many other situations.
For example, i spend 10 minutes to correct the mounting points and write them in a proper way (on android 2.3 the scripting arguments are a little bit different)
Something like that.
Lets assume that you unpack the the update.img with wendal tools, after which you take the system.img and you mount it in linux.
What do you do now:
-you need to do everything manually to understand the concept
-therefore you will have the copy the supersu to /system/app where you will set the permissions and ownership (if you don`t set them proper the tablet will not be able to access the files that you copy)
-do the same with the rest of the files
-back with the system.img in wendal tools, re-pack the system.img with rest of the files (boot/misc,recovery ect)
-flash the new modified update.img with rockchip tools.
From here you should first start, to do a CWM flashable firmware is much more complicated at this step, so you should stick in editing the system.img in linux as much as you can.
only for the new added files.
Yes, but the permissions are a little bit different, because it has the rights to read/write
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