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Galaxy S I9000 ROM Cooking Guide
As a regular member, one always wishes to have their own ROM a la carte, and now thanks to this great guide by XDA member Perka, this is possible. Based on the work of many devs, the original poster got together all that you need to “easily” cook your own roms. The guide contains 22 steps, which are well explained as well as all the needed tools for you to try the art of cooking.
Of course, you will need to be sure that you know what you are doing as you will be the only one responsible for the whole process. So, before starting make sure that you read the entire thread and if you have any question, please post before you start. Lastly, you will find a how to video as well.
If you are using this guide, some feedback will be more than welcome.
Originally posted by Perka
[GUIDE]Perka´s Ultimate ROM Cooking Guide
This is how I made my ROM in w7 Ultimate 64bit
Give cred to the real devs!!!
Put the kitchen here: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images…llkitchen.png/
Magic iso http://www.magiciso.com/
7zip or winrar
APK manager http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=695701
PerkaROM Template at the end of this post.
Stock firmware :
In my case JVP 2.3.4
How to :
Continue to the guide thread to learn more.
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