Leddy · Mar 23, 2010 at 04:43 pm

osKitchen: Visual ROM Kitchen for WinMo

Once upon a time, Windows Mobile ROM development was an arcane art, practised by a small number of individuals with their command-line spellbooks.

Over the years several attempts have been made to demystify the arcane and thanks to the recent efforts of XDA-devs members OndraSter (kitchen) and airxtreme (GUI) we have osKitchen, a tool which brings ROM wizardry to the common citizen. Featuring a clean, logical interface and nifty features that allow you to jump straight into cooking (like the ROM dump wizard, which will extract a ROM and load it into the interface for you to work with immediately), osKitchen is a pretty good way to get into ROM cooking if you’ve ever wanted to try it.

Originally posted by airxtreme

Supported devices

  • HTC: Artemis, Blackstone, Diamond, Elfin, Herald, Hermes, Jade, Kaiser, Kovsky (Sony Ericsson Xperia X1), Leo, MEGA, Niki, Opal, Polaris, Raphael, Rhodium, Tilt, Topaz, Treo Pro, Trinity, Vogue
  • Toshiba: G900
  • BenQ: BenQE72 (but is buggy, platformrebuilder can’t handle modules from this device)
  • Samsung: i900/Omnia, i910 (Cooking is supported but you need to remove some stuff to get it working like when using visualkitchen)

Continue onto the thread for the download.


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