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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by TehJibba, Jul 6, 2013.

  1. TehJibba

    TehJibba Android Enthusiast
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    So this is my first time posting on this forum but not my first time using dsixdas kitchen. Ive done several roms for my evo3d and my droid x with no issues.

    It seems ZTE phones have a different setup which is preventing me from making a flashable zip with the kitchen. So far after trying to install the only error i get is status 0. Which means there is something wrong with my updater-script possibly the wrong update-binary file. Ive done some reading as to a possible fix but it doesnt seem to fix anything. when trying to use the provided mtd-update-binary file in the kitchen all goes well and i dont get a status 0 error and it does say install complete but it only takes a split second to install and then when i reboot it just stays on the green android dude. No files are actually being written or installed!....

    Some assitance with a manual non-dsixda kitchen way of making a flashable zip would be greatly appreciated
     



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  2. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
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    I'm having similar problem, except everything flashes, boots, mods seem in place but I have no data/service/ "UIMcard"?!? I'm using the same kitchen v.0224
    [​IMG]
     
  3. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
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    check this post http://androidforums.com/warp-seque...mail-error-custome-roms-only.html#post5944776
     
  4. TehJibba

    TehJibba Android Enthusiast
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    Ah so it needs custom defs :p figures id miss something like that. Thanks, i will try this out asap and hopefully release a rom for this phone before the OTA JB update (if they actually release it)
     
  5. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
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  6. TehJibba

    TehJibba Android Enthusiast
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    Ok so thank you first SuperR that file allowed me to make a working flashable rom from the kitchen. But now i am facing the same issue as bcrichster with this no uim card thing. Ive never heard of a uim card but from my understanding its similar to a sim card but for cdma phones. The only thing i can think of is maybe i removed an apk from the system folder that maintains a check for that particular bit of hardware but i am unsure which apk would have that effect
     
  7. Robertech

    Robertech Android Enthusiast

    remove the reference to RUIM in build.prop and problem solved.
     
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  8. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
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    How/where do I do that?
     
  9. Robertech

    Robertech Android Enthusiast

    edit /system/build.prop

    look for
    ril.subscription.types=NV,RUIM

    change to
    ril.subscription.types=NV
     
  10. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
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    Thank you.
    Can I do this in the kitchen?
     
  11. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
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    all files you edit in AK's working directory will end up in your rom
     
  12. bcrichster

    bcrichster ROMinator
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    Right on. Just found it! Thank you
     
  13. TehJibba

    TehJibba Android Enthusiast
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    Robertech is that the only place it references it? (in the build.prop) I've made the edit as you pointed out and installed the rom but it still says no uim card. Ive gone and checked build.prop after installing it and the ruim ref is not in there even after install so im not sure why im getting it
     
  14. Robertech

    Robertech Android Enthusiast

    Without having the rom I really can't tell. Check your mobile network settings?
     
  15. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Android Expert

    well, it seems you are using components from a rom that doesnt have the correct uim settings, the evo3d and droid x dont have uim cards so that is why you have never run into this before. as far as a fix... sadly i dont know, but that is the explanation for the problem. youll have to figure out what all you replaced, something in there is messing it up
     
  16. TehJibba

    TehJibba Android Enthusiast
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    Its the stock rooted deodexed B09 rom clean install nothing added removed or changed yet other then the build.prop edit and the rooting and deodexing

    EDIT*
    I used the files in this link to start: http://androidforums.*****************/warp-sequent-all-things-root/686089-stock-rom-v-b09.html

    the stock rooted backup , which i used restore in cmw, and the flashable deodexing zip

    when done it loads up and works fine. so i made a backup of it and used that as a base to put into the kitchen
     
  17. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Android Expert

    huh... thats really really odd. something had to have gotten changed, what all buildprop edits did you do? just that one? and is there anything in the updater script setting properties or doing anything funky? check it against existing roms namely things like superrom that are near stock
     
  18. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
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    I am also unsure why you are getting this error. Never needed to remove RUIM on any of the things I have done with AK. You could try starting out with the unmodified stock rom and see if you get different results?
     
  19. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Android Expert

    in fact id just use the superrom zip altogether. you can just replace the system directory and the boot.img in that zip with the ones you want to install using pretty much any archive program, i prefer winrar myself but even the windows built in ability to read zip files should work. just make sure if you decide to modify the updater-script that you use notepad++ or something that can encode things in unix format, regular notepad will mess it up
     
  20. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Android Expert

    ive never really used android kitchen to make a zip, i manually make my flashables so i dont know what ak would be doing to it in the process, i did use it to deodex though and that worked fine
     
  21. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
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    good idea :)
    this could certainly be at least part of the problem. Forgot about windoze editors lol

    edit: just remembered that bcrichster is using linux, so prolly not
     
  22. TehJibba

    TehJibba Android Enthusiast
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    @junkie2100
    yea i only made the one edit to build.prop to remove the ruim ref. other then that i havent changed anything yet as i wanted to get a good working flashable base before delving deeper into it.

    @SuperR will download that zip now and try that as a base and see where i get ty

    also i only use notepad++ , infact if i werent into gaming so much id just switch to a linux os :p

    god i love rom development its always something new to mess with your head lol Thank you guys for the advice , i will post back my results
     
  23. SuperR

    SuperR Android Expert
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    Not sure if this helps but i use option 3 Express Mode to build the rom.
     
  24. junkie2100

    junkie2100 Android Expert

    ok so its either the kitchen or the method you are using to pull it that is the issue here

    how are you getting the files from the phone to the computer?
     
  25. TehJibba

    TehJibba Android Enthusiast
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    I go to cmw make a full backup. I then take my sd card out of the phone and put it in my pc to copy the entire backup over. I then use 7zip to extract the system and data folders from the backup (boot.img doesnt need to be extracted) then i use 7zip to zip up the system data and boot.img. then let kitchen do its thing to make the working folder from that zip. It very well could be an issue with the latest update for the kitchen. i might wanna try an older version maybe

    @SuperR i havent tried that option yet. I usually use option 2 since im lazy :p
     

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