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    Default Re: how to integrate C2Z in a CFW

    Quote Originally Posted by coffeeking
    I think what he meant was for the home screen, instead of copying the files to C:\, just copy the files into the ROFS2 folder.

    C2Z is normally used since the system files are located in Z:, but we can not access Z: because it is a ROM folder. What C2Z does is that it makes the Symbian OS look in C: for the system file first, before looking in Z: (hence the name, C2Z).

    The ROM drive is normally programmable only via flashing. In the past, we couldn't create our own firmware, so we couldn't change the files on Z: where the system files on. We were able to change the files on C:, so C2Z was created to trick the OS to look in C: instead of Z:.

    Now, with the ability to create your own Cooked Firmware (CFW), you are editing the files in Z:. That means technically, you shouldn't need C2Z for the files you are installing to work, because if you install it directly on Z: instead of C:.

    So when you open ROFS2 (ONE of the files containing the firmware), you can edit these files which would be installed on Z: when flashed on your phone.

    So technically, with the ability to put these files directly on Z: instead of C:, you don't need C2Z anymore.

    i know that now can be integrate into the CFW, and don`t use the C2Z.

    but for the HS the phone need to patch the domainsrv.

    i try to change the domainsrv to a modified but doesn`t work show me alwais the same error,

    system error and i can`t see the menu.


    so i need to explain so what files need to edit to the work of the HS all in One without a a patch


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    Default Re: how to integrate C2Z in a CFW

    you must only copy your themes folder too your rofs2 and all hs start from z.
    c2z is buggy but thanks too pnht wee dont need anymore c2z.
    open your rofs2 go too private and delete 10207254
    now put your themes folder with all hs too private 10207254 .
    repack flash and
    when you have TMPxxxxx.o00XX files in your themes delete the files why dont work

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    Default Re: how to integrate C2Z in a CFW

    Quote Originally Posted by maler
    you must only copy your themes folder too your rofs2 and all hs start from z.
    c2z is buggy but thanks too pnht wee dont need anymore c2z.
    open your rofs2 go too private and delete 10207254
    now put your themes folder with all hs too private 10207254 .
    repack flash and
    when you have TMPxxxxx.o00XX files in your themes delete the files why dont work
    i try this but when the phone start show me a error that says SYSTEM ERROR and i can`t see the Menu

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    Default Re: how to integrate C2Z in a CFW

    Quote Originally Posted by DaNiElCoRe
    i try this but when the phone start show me a error that says SYSTEM ERROR and i can`t see the Menu
    It's sooo easy, damned! In your CFW, c2z is USELESS, cause it reads C:\ drive instead Z:\ (flashed one). So, if it is flashed, you just need to PUT THE FILES AND FLASH IT!!! Is that so complicated (since it was tested)?

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    Default Re: how to integrate C2Z in a CFW

    Quote Originally Posted by PedroCst
    It's sooo easy, damned! In your CFW, c2z is USELESS, cause it reads C:\ drive instead Z:\ (flashed one). So, if it is flashed, you just need to PUT THE FILES AND FLASH IT!!! Is that so complicated (since it was tested)?
    so i tested many times
    i reflashed my phone more than 30 times because have the same error.

    so if you like close the post because all answer the same

    the All HS doesn`t work because need a domainsrv patched

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    Default Re: how to integrate C2Z in a CFW

    All the Home Screens are working in my CFW, in order to make them work use the following files for each HS.

    Navigation bar --> AI.o0000 and AI.o0001

    6 icons --> CI.o0000 and CI.o0001

    Omnia Basic --> BI.o0000, BI.o0001 and BI.o00XX (XX, your phone's language, 1 file for each language)

    8 icons --> FT.o0000 and FT.o0001

    Only Omnia Basic needs extra files for each language in your phone, other HS only need two files to work.

    Regards.

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    Default Re: how to integrate C2Z in a CFW

    Quote Originally Posted by genio_mex
    All the Home Screens are working in my CFW, in order to make them work use the following files for each HS.

    Navigation bar --> AI.o0000 and AI.o0001

    6 icons --> CI.o0000 and CI.o0001

    Omnia Basic --> BI.o0000, BI.o0001 and BI.o00XX (XX, your phone's language, 1 file for each language)

    8 icons --> FT.o0000 and FT.o0001

    Only Omnia Basic needs extra files for each language in your phone, other HS only need two files to work.

    Regards.
    thanks bro
    RoNalD help me to this Mod and Now Work.

    thanks for your reply


 
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