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Operating Systems Linux Android Any Android Developers in the Forums? Post 302461419 by Neo on Monday 11th of October 2010 06:36:47 AM
What apps are you going to develop? Is that something you can share?
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ABOOTIMG(1)						      General Commands Manual						       ABOOTIMG(1)

abootimg - manipulate Android Boot Images. DESCRIPTION
Tool to read/write/update android boot images SYNOPSIS
abootimg -i <bootimg> abootimg -x <bootimg> [<bootimg.cfg> [<kernel> [<ramdisk> [<secondstage>]]]] abootimg -u <bootimg> [-c "param=value"] [-f <bootimg.cfg>] [-k <kernel>] [-r <ramdisk>] [-s <secondstage>] abootimg --create <bootimg> [-c "param=value"] [-f <bootimg.cfg>] -k <kernel> -r <ramdisk> [-s <secondstage>] OPTIONS
-i print boot imgage informations -x Extract a boot image -u Update a boot image --create Create a boot image Options for extracting boot images bootimg Existing bootimage to use bootimg.cfg Name for the bootimg.cfg file, defaults to bootimg.cfg kernel Name for the kernel image, defaults to zImage ramdisk Name for the ramdisk image, defaults to initrd.img secondstage Name for the second-stage image, defaults to stage2.img Options for updating and creating boot images bootimg Existing bootimage to use -c param=value Existing bootimage to use -f <bootimg.cfg> Update bootimg.cfg with the named file -k <kernel> Update kernel with the named file -r <ramdisk> Update ramdisk with the named file -s <secondstage> Update secondstage image with the named file ABOOTIMG(1)

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