ElCondor · Jan 19, 2011 at 12:00 am

Online Easy-to-Use ROM Kitchen for Galaxy S and Captive: Really Awesome

We, as News Writers, must have somehow missed this thread about an awesome online kitchen by XDA members DocRambone and Stefunel. It gives users the ability to select their own resources to put their own Galaxy S or Captivate ROM together. Figuratively, you can see it as a menu card: you can choose between several flavors and dishes, those that fit your taste. So, for example, you want a Dutch ROM with Supercurio’s kernel, a special boot animation and a good-looking theme; you simply select every option and in the end, the site will offer you a download link to the ROM, generated according to the options you have requested.

Originally posted by DocRambone

This is a on-line rom creator that give you:

  • An easy way to generate custom roms
  • Create a rom from your mobile browser
  • Stable and fast base roms
  • Choose the components you like is your rom, without any additional add-ons

We must however note that, if you’re a novice user, you will probably have to investigate in the whole Android development world with all its jargon.
The kitchen can be found over at romkitchen.org. It’s absolutely an innovative and new alternative to the usual ROMs that are being provided by the chefs. So we’re really wondering what will happen with good old ROM chefs and the way we were used to download ROMs and test them – we guess this must be another symptom of ORD, we are almost having a nostalgic feeling about it. We’ll see what the future brings.


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