[GUIDE][HOW TO]Build a CUSTOM ROM using android kitchen
location: androidpark.com - date: December 27, 2012
"A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new"-Albert Einstein
This thread will be giving all the newbies basic knowledge on how to build custom ROMS using android Kitchen by dsixda
This is the most basic tutorial!!! Don't ever consider yourself as a developer using this.
Developer is someone who understands what a code is and writes, or enhances the present one.
What is Android Kitchen?
Linux terminal for windows – Basically a Tool created by dsixda (Recognized senior developer) which helps you customize the shipped ROMS, or modify custom ROMs for the features you like
Setting up Cygwin and android kitchen
1. You will need java jdk to run the kitchen – you can download it from here
2. Download and extract the kitchen from here
3. Run the setup (.exe) and follow the instructions or the read me text file in the downloaded zip file.
4. local package directory *must* be the path to the cygwin_packages folder that you just extracted
5. when it
TUTORIAL dsixda's Android Kitchen (DeOdxing, and cooking roms)
location: droidmania.com - date: February 13, 2013
CREDITS: The crew that made recovery possible, sammyz for his great unbrick stuffs, bard and anyone else who helped me firgue the updater out. dsixda kitchen for the awesome program and guides to use it.
Ok This is a tutorial to teach everyone step by step how to install, and use dsixda kitchen, on WINDOWS 7,8 for our LG Motions.
STEP 1. Download Java Jdk. Refer RIGHT back here for instructions.
STEP 2. Download dsixda kitchen. Refer RIGHT back here for instructions.
STEP 3. Download Cygwin. Refer RIGHT back here for instructions.
STEP 4. Install Java Jdk
STEP 5. [HIGH]1) Run the Cygwin setup.exe and select the defaults for the installation paths, such as:
- install from internet
- install to C:\cygwin
2) At the 'Select Packages' screen, go to the 'Search' box to look for the following package:
* gcc (found under 'Devel')
- Click on the '+' symbol at the section it's found under
- Then find this single package (only the one with this exact name, not multiple similarly
How can i make a rom using android kitchen?
location: droidmania.com - date: December 9, 2012
i wanna try to make my own rom i wanna go from total noob to knowing something about android.
ReadyToPlay version of DSIXDA's Android Kitchen
location: droidmania.com - date: October 29, 2012
Okay, so I know I've been promising this for a while now, but I'm busy, guys, busy! lol So finally... here it is!
From reading through some of the posts here, I've noticed many of you have issues with getting the Kitchen to run properly on your Windows-based PCs. This should (hopefully) help you get around the cryptic installer for Cygwin as well as several other issues people have reported. Basically, this is a live folder version of Cygwin with the Kitchen scripts and folder structure already in place. All you have to do is install Java (which I've provided if you happen to not already have it) then copy the cygwin folder to the root of your C: drive. It may work no matter where you place it, but I've tested it on my system running Win7 Ultimate x64 with good results so far when placed in the root of C:.
After installing (copying? lol) the main folder, you're ready to play No downloading packages, no complications, just copy and run.
You'll need to place the ROM you're starting
Need some help with android kitchen for creating a custom rom for the LG Optimus M?
location: droidmania.com - date: September 25, 2011
Im using dsixda Android Kitchen with Cygwin tools for windows and I have everything setup, and my problem is I want to create a rom from the nandroid backup that I have for stock 2.2.1 and add a2sd support and delete the metro splash image and sound, which you can do in the kitchen. It is saying for the required files I need in the Original_update folder for the rom it need to have boot.img, system.img and the lib.img. That is the part Im having trouble with the nandroid part. If anyone can help me out I would appreciate it or at least point me in the right direction. I have been looking everywhere between xda and here and there is nothing posted. Didn't want to create a new thread but, had to. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
Android Kitchen script issue
location: droidmania.com - date: August 16, 2012
So once again, I'm trying to make a ROM in the good ol' Android Kitchen. I find that to use some of the more powerful features, it makes me convert my ROM's updater-script into the older style update-script, as this is the only kind it understands. Upon building the ROM, it converts this back into the new style update-script, however not fully. I get these two errors:
Cygwin + Dsixda's Android Kitchen
location: droidradar.com - date: February 26, 2012
As I was messing around with the STalkon ROM for the LG55C, I was able to port it over to the Optimus Slider, but the only problem was the Wi-Fi was not working. I will not include screenshots as to what it looks like, considering there's already a thread for that.
[Discussion] Android Kitchen for the OS?
location: droidradar.com - date: November 22, 2011
Has anyone attempted or made anything for the optimus slider?
[KITCHEN] Android Kitchen, v0.224 [Linux / Mac / Windows]
location: androidpark.com - date: February 15, 2010
dsixda's Android Kitchen
Compatible with Windows (Cygwin) / Linux / Mac OS X
IntroductionThis is a tool for those who want to start learning how to make custom ROMs, or who just want to save some time with their ROM customization.
My goal is to make your life easier, and, at the same time, help you learn about the Android OS.
The kitchen will not automatically turn you into a developer. You are not programming anything or building a ROM from the ground up. The kitchen merely presents a user-friendly interface to hide all the rough details. However, this may be the push that gets you into development in the future.
A little bit of prior UNIX command-line knowledge would be useful to get started with the kitchen, but the help guides should be enough for a newbie. Knowledge of command lines is always important if you ever want to get involved in Android or development.
[KITCHEN] ArchiKitchen Android Kitchen (WIP) [Linux]
location: androidpark.com - date: January 4, 2014
ArchiKitchen - Brand new Android Kitchen
Commits/Changes -> https://github.com/JustArchi/ArchiKi...commits/master
Source -> https://github.com/JustArchi/ArchiKitchen
TODO list -> https://github.com/JustArchi/ArchiKi...ues?state=open
Download. Of course you can also clone my repository to stay up to date.
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