Add Some Aroma Magic to Your Project with Lazy Aroma
Posted May 11, 2014 at 08:30 am by Tomek Kondrat
With a much certainty, we can say that Aroma is one of the most widely used projects here on XDA. We have talked about it countless times in the past. This system was created by XDA Recognized Developer amarullz, and it has since dramatically changed how we install ROMs, kernels, and flashable modifications by allowing us to select which applications, libraries, and boot animations we would like to have installed. It’s almost a given that everyone reading this has already seen a thread with the word AROMA in the title.
Aroma is a great tool, but can be little problematic when you are using it for the first time. Aroma beginners should try out tool made by XDA Senior Member Madaditya. Lazy Aroma is a Windows batch script that helps you begin Aroma more easily. With this script, you can perform such actions like building the initial Aroma windows, adding some comments and information, and even creating the updater-script that launches the Aroma window during installation. To try out Aroma with your personal project, you need to have it on your PC and let the script do its magic.
If you are a developer looking to give your users more freedom, visit the tool thread and give Lazy Aroma a try.
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