How to Unpack and Repack Boot.img + Recovery on WINDOWS !

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itxtutor

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Hey guys



Just wanted to share this unpacking tools with you. With these tools from XDA you can easily unpack and repack boot.img and recovery.img !


Boot image structure should be like this:


BOOT.img


1. For MTK (chineese) phones - use MTK_unpack.bat (MTK_pack.bat)


2. For android standart phones - use STD_unpack.bat (STD_pack.bat)

To unpack: - drag boot.img (recovery.img) to unpack.bat ("unpack.bat boot.img" in command line)


- will be created "boot" ("recovery") folder with unpacked ramdisk inside - you can make changes and:


To pack back: - drag output folder ("boot" or "recovery") to pack.bat


- will be created new_image.img

But be careful - make backup and be ready to flash bricked phone with your flash utility.


Credits:


XDA





Downloads:



https://mega.co.nz/#F!CRAA3BqT!lEvteq6nHYEqABPRE1H5sQ






or 
XDA


 
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mrsim

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nice one steven...you find this crazy shit everywhere...fucking awesome
 
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lex_19__00

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Hey guys



Just wanted to share this unpacking tools with you. With these tools from XDA you can easily unpack and repack boot.img and recovery.img !


Boot image structure should be like this:


BOOT.img


1. For MTK (chineese) phones - use MTK_unpack.bat (MTK_pack.bat)


2. For android standart phones - use STD_unpack.bat (STD_pack.bat)


But be careful - make backup and be ready to flash bricked phone with your flash utility.


Credits:


XDA





Downloads:



https://mega.co.nz/#F!CRAA3BqT!lEvteq6nHYEqABPRE1H5sQ






or 
XDA


 
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itxtutor

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did you download the whole folder with everything in ?
 
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itxtutor

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it should be in


android_win_tools
 
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