WenWM · Mar 29, 2010 at 06:06 pm

TGTool 1.3 Bring Hope to Toshiba TG01

The Toshiba TG01 has been proclaimed dead due to the lacking sales, and not unimportant, the lack of ROMs, but TGTools might be bringing some life to the device. TGTools was created by cedesmith, who put weeks of work into bringing this ROM making tool to life.

The tool was released quite a while ago, but a recent update makes the ROM building process simpler. This opportunity has been taken on by l3v5y who cooks here as well as at WMPoweruser, he has already ordered a device, made a ROM and is now working on the bugs before releasing the actual ROM.

Originally posted by cedesmith

Da Mafia has flashed a rebuild but unmodified rom and phone works.
Da Mafia has did it again and again, because of him we know we are now close of having a custom ROM so a big THANK YOU for risking your phone for us.
Novembre5 has flashed a 6.5.5 ROM that didn’t booted, he has successfully recovered the phone using pin method.

Changes:

  • fixed bad unk0 in WMB3
  • extra checks for -chk (partition signatures, length of rom, lenght of payload)
  • repack/merge now automatically checks resulting rom
  • added -dci to display catalog informations

You can find the tools in the application thread.


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