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I ended up looking at Cyanongenmod's source code and figured out how they did it. Here is my working .sh script: echo 'boot-recovery ' > /cache/recovery/command echo '--update_package=/sdcard/update.zip' >> /cache/recovery/command reboot recovery
http://guidesdna.com/update-galaxy-star-pro-s7262-android-4-4-kitkat/ http://techbeasts.com/2014/02/17/update-galaxy-star-pro-to-android-4-4-2-kit-kat-custom-rom/ I am willing to try this on star pro. Not done yet although. Do it on ur own risk ;)
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Well, I don't know what all of them mean but I can get you started. You are currently in the bootloader. Recovery: This is the partition in memory that has a recovery installed. A recovery program allows you to connect via adb (android debug bridge), flash update zip files (or ROMs), perform backups (nandroid backups), wipe data, factory reset the phone and ...
the wiki is wrong, i think. the heimdall example shows "--KERNEL" and "zImage" when discussing how to flash the recovery. I'm thinking those options would be for flashing a new kernel, not a recovery image. try either "heimdall --help" or look at a cyanogenmod wiki page for another device to see an appropriate recovery flash command ...this would also ...
I'm using a custom rom and I wanted to delete the AOSP browser. I simply unzipped the custom rom zip, deleted the browser apk. Then I re-zipped the rom image and flashed it as usual on TWRP. WAY TO GO :D WORKS JUST FINE!!
Unless the ROM is specifically designed to allow some kind of default set-up (and I don't know any that are), you can only do this by building the ROM yourself from source. You can edit the build scripts to remove any apps or features you don't need, and the source code to change the default settings, then compile a ROM image yourself. You don't say why ...
Given that you and your friend both have the same tablet, this should be possible. Your friend will need to be rooted as well. Probably the easiest thing would be for him to perform a Nandroid backup which you then transfer to your tablet and restore. If this works, your tablet will be in the same state as his at the time he flashed, so you'll need to ...
download root checker.. from the play store.. and then you will come to know your phone version.. if Korean or international version.. maybe you got cheated.. while buying.. or you didn't pay attention/check it out properly! if it is rooted you got no help with Samsung.. as far as I know.. but you can give it a try! and also leave the flashing to ...
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