Create AROMA Flashable Zips in Seconds
Few tools have made ROM installation and customization easier than AROMA Installer by XDA Recognized Developer amarullz. Rather than installing a preconfigured package, AROMA allows users to pick and choose what parts to install and/or what parameters to set.
If you’re a developer looking to incorporate AROMA installer into your flashable ZIPs, there are plenty of guides that we’ve featured to help you do so. However, those looking for an automated method should check out AROMA Zip Maker by XDA Senior Member DC07.
AROMA Zip Maker does what its name states by converting simple flashable ZIPs to AROMA Installer format. This allows you to easily add themes, change logs, and thanks pages to your flashable ZIP. Naturally, you won’t inherently gain the customization options by using this converter. But this is where the aforementioned guides come into play.
If you want an easy entry into the world of AROMA, head over to the original thread to get started.
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