Former Writer · Jan 30, 2012 at 04:00 pm

Easy Development Studio Helps Developers and Beginners Develop

Any tool that helps in the development of Android is a welcome addition to the veritable arsenal of tools and kitchens out there to help beginners and experts alike make their ROMs everything they can be. Of course, anything that makes the process easier is even a more welcome addition.

XDA Recognized Developer wes342 is developing a set of tools compiled into a studio software that takes the guess work out of ROM making and allows users to put the most possible modifications on their ROMs. There are literally over two dozen features and tools that range from compiling and decompiling .dex files to unpacking and re-packing boot.img files to make up among the most complete Android development tools out today.

The plans for future features at this time include:

Cross Platform ( Linux, Windows, Mac …Etc..)
More Supported Devices
More Supported Roms
More Features (Transitions, Boot animations, Etc….)

And even a few possible features that may be included in future releases:

Source building for any device.
(Gingerbread , ice cream sandwich)
Kernel source building
Svn Rom downloading (warm , synergy, ext…)

For those who want to check out this impressive software, you can find the full feature list, download links and instructions for installation and use in the application’s thread.


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