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ROM Packager For Samsung Galaxy S
For the ROM devs of the XDA community, forum member bohdans has provided a little bit of help by sharing a useful little script for creating a ROM package for a certain Country/CSC.
The ROM Packager is a batch file that will unTar/Tar Odin compatible files to flash. Additionally, the script selects the relevant files for each type (Phone/PDA/CSC/Full) and will create .md5 files for flashing and can compress to 7zip.
The script will then automatically use the required files to make a CSC, Phone, PDA or Full type flash file and can auto split a single flash package into 3 separate ones.
For more information and to download the file, check out the forum thread.
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