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  1. bfldworker

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    Is there a program (be it Windows, Linux, OSX), that can making cooking a ROM relatively painless? I have heard of Android Kitchen, but it doesn't seem to support Marshmallow. Any help is would be appreciated.
     

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    im not sure what you mean by painless.
     
  3. bfldworker

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    Painless meaning not having to recode everything. If some coding is needed fine, but I want something that if I were to put in all the specs (SoC, Partitions, Radio, screen size, etc, etv)about my phone it will make it as automated as possible.
     
  4. Seraph08

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    Android Kitchen is not for you.

    That involves modifying source code.
    You will need the device tree/kernel sources to do so.​
     
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    You caught me :p
     
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    Thank you!!!!! You just made my day! At least now I can stop spending money on advil from all the head banging I have been doing. If I was gay I would want to kiss you!!!!!!!!!
     
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    I am not a fan of Linux, but you just gave me a reason to install it on my old core i5.
     
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    HERESY
     
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    It has nothing to do with any dislike of linux. I cut my teeth on MSDOS, then Windows 2 & 3.x and the 9x, 2000, XP, 7 & 10. I love android which is a fork of linux. I have used linux many of times. But because I use programs made for Windows (especially for work), I haven't had much chance or desire to go full bore into Linux. Not to mention my wife prefers Windows. And as you know. Happy wife, Happy Life. Unhappy Wife, Miserable hell for the rest of your life. I like my wife being happy.
     
  12. Seraph08

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    I just turned 30 last week. This ^^ yes.
     
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    try this baby out on OxygenOS 3.0 when I get the OTA.
     
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