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    Default Re: removing apps from CFWs

    I cant wait mate , thanks again but iam noob in editing hex files i hope your tutorial is for noobs zero knowledge about this .

    Keep it up

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    Default Re: removing apps from CFWs *UPDATE* + Help needed ;)

    Topic updated -> Post for bringing Thread up again.

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    Default Re: removing apps from CFWs *UPDATE* + Help needed ;)

    thanks for your work!

    a gui would be really nice...

    edit: got this message "error opening terminal: cygwin"

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    Default Re: removing apps from CFWs *UPDATE* + Help needed ;)

    Can you upload a screenshot pls?

    You also can try to add -d as parameter to cleaner.exe, i think it's a problem with ncurses, -d is for debug and that don't uses ncurses, just printing all to stdout.

    Give feedback

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    Default Re: removing apps from CFWs *UPDATE* + Help needed ;)

    ok, i have no idea what's ncurses or stdout, but if i add -d to cleaner.exe it works. thanks!

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    Default Re: removing apps from CFWs *UPDATE* + Help needed ;)

    this tool doesn't creates dummies for every file in core, and it creates dummies for files in rofs2, which would be better deleted. i tested it with boingo-stub.sis

    files i found manually in core:



    and these dummies were created by the tool:


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    Default Re: removing apps from CFWs *UPDATE* + Help needed ;)

    Quote Originally Posted by pdr
    this tool doesn't creates dummies for every file in core, and it creates dummies for files in rofs2, which would be better deleted. i tested it with boingo-stub.sis

    files i found manually in core:



    and these dummies were created by the tool:

    That not all files were found is a problem with the sis-stub-files not a bug in my tool, but I allready realized this behavier.
    ATM I'm implementing a function to use predifined patchsets which hold all files which needed to be replaced.

    It's not better to remove the files from rofs2, I tested it with quickoffice, if you delete all files from rofs2 and just create dummies which are in core, you can't install the app sometimes.
    I had this problem with quickoffice, it couldn't be installed again after deleting all file from rofs2 that's why i decided to "dummy-out" all files not even core-files.

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    Default Re: removing apps from CFWs *UPDATE* + Help needed ;)

    Off topic:

    spamhere, i'm using your CFW..when r u going to release the 2nd one? thanks..

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    Default Re: removing apps from CFWs *UPDATE* + Help needed ;)

    ok, but the information about all files your tool didn't found, are in the stub.sis.



    what do you mean "you can't install the app sometimes"? install to c after flashing?

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    Default Re: removing apps from CFWs *UPDATE* + Help needed ;)

    Quote Originally Posted by pdr
    ok, but the information about all files your tool didn't found, are in the stub.sis.



    what do you mean "you can't install the app sometimes"? install to c after flashing?
    Can you upload a debug log please?
    Run the cleaner with -ddebug.log and upload the debug.log file please.

    I mean that I can't install a "good" version of quickoffice (for example) when i just deleted all files from rofs2 and not overwrite them with dummies, after I flashed the phone.

    Another question: Are you perhaps willing to help create patchsets for stock apps to include in my tool for removing?
    I'm going to implement that, because not all stock apps have stub-files, for example:

    xyapp has files
    z:\sys\bin\xyapp.exe
    z:\resource\xyapp.mif
    z:\resource\apps\xyapp.r01
    z:\resource\apps\xyapp.r02

    The patchset file should then look like:

    z:\sys\bin\xyapp.exe
    z:\resource\xyapp.mif
    z:\resource\apps\xyapp.r*

    I think you allready noticed that the only difference for different FWs is that file with *.r* are different for different languages.


 
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