Feb 18, 2013
My mum won this GT-P7320T branded to telstra ( Australia) and overall, the hardware specs werent too bad, but before the ics update came out finally in january it was terribe to use.
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The update has actually been a massive improvement, but being branded and all that junk is as annoying as hell, so i have decided to build my own rom. this is my first time building a rom. ive flashed plenty, but its a different kettle of fish.
i am using the telstra branded stock ics rom with rom kitchen to try to build something acceptable, but first things first, the compiled rom must boot. because the device isnt supported i have to create i file in the /directory_to_kitchen/tools/edify_defs named GT-P7320T defining all the mount points.
this is where it gets tricky, here is the contents of the /directory_to_kitchen/tools/edify_defs named GT-P7320T that i have created
# The values below should be set in each file in this folder.
# Each file represents a device name (set in ro.product.device of
as you can see, i have copied and pasted the contets of my recovery.fstab and commented it out as a reference. this should be quite straight foward, but the mount points for data and sdcard hve additional parameters, which i dont know what to do with.
the parameters are currently commented out and i cannot get it to flash i've tried lots of different combinations but to no avail.
During flashing attempts it is giving me error 7, which to me seems to indicate a problem with setting the mount points.