orb3000 · Feb 10, 2012 at 01:00 pm

KitchenPro For Galaxy SII & Note

Flashing ROMs is one thing, but how many of you feel like you’re ready to go deeper into the world of customization? XDA Recognized Developers LeoMar75 and GadgetCheck present KitchenPro which will give you the ability to modify/customize your device on the go. It will show you how to use the application to its maximum potential with some features like:

-Added Download & Install Packages tab for faster Install of Packs
-Added the Ability in Browse/Install the ability to flash .tar,CWM.zip and zImages
-Download Speed info
-SD Card Space Warning
-New Rating and Comment Layouts
-New Server Info and Star Rating’s
-Full & Perfect Landscape view compact-able
-More than one preview for the themes available
-Slider-able & Select-able ICS Style custom View-pager

The app also includes a preview and Tutorial explaining everything you need to know.
For now this app works only with Samsung Galaxy Note and Galaxy S2, let´s hope in the future can be available for more devices.

Moreover, Developers are also placing a full operational custom ROM to use it along with the app.
kitchen Pro App comes with the ROM, however if you only need the apk you may download it as a separate file in the original thread. Now you can build your Rom as you wish!

Originally posted by LeoMar75
The ROM will come as a Base
i.e
It will have the Stock Samsung Look to it and will have all major tweaks to it, The Kitchen app from now on will come built into the ROM itself and it will be Locked to only our ROM.The Kitchen will now Auto Update itself when ever i publish a Update, So you will always be using the updated app.

All the Mod’s,Themes and other Stuff that you can customize will be aired by the KitchenPro.

NOTE
Make sure you have the latest Revolution Rom kitchen running in your phone
It may happen that after a package has been installed from the Revolution Kitchen Pro app, on the first boot you phone hangs at the Boot logo, just long press power button and restart your phone!
I’d like to point out that i am not responsible for any issue with your phone! Also it’s highly recommended to backup efs folder before to start playing with your phone!
For those people who is coming from LeoMar75 Revolution ROM 2.7.1 and has installed Kitchen Pro app v1.1

-Backup user data with the kicthen v1.1
-Titanium backup
-cwm backup
-full wipe and download the new rom

Hopefully with the kitchen app v1.2 that comes with the new ROM you will be able to restore you user data backup but you need to copy files from /sdcard/download/Revolution/userdata_backup/ to /sdcard/download/CheckROM_REVO/userdata_backup/

Continue on to the Note thread ROM
Check this thread for Galaxy SII ROM
Market link for the app

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Thanks for reading.


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