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Use disassemble/assemble technology to porting miui to misc android devices http://micode.net/forum-55-1.html
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Patchrom =========== Get Android SDK ---------------- In order to build patchrom project, you must have android sdk installed.(http://developer.android.com/sdk/installing.html) And add the sdk tools and platform-tools to PATH. vim .bashrc export PATH=$PATH:/home/xxx/android-sdk/tools:/home/xxx/anroid-sdk/platform-tools Getting Started --------------- To get started with MiCode/patchrom, you'll need to get familiar with [Git and Repo](http://source.android.com/download/using-repo). To initialize your local repository using the patchrom trees, use a command like this: mkdir patchrom cd patchrom repo init -u git://github.com/MiCode/patchrom.git -b marshmallow Then to sync up: repo sync Build -------- Assumed current directory is patchtom and you want to build the ROM for Nexus6P . build/envsetup.sh cd angler make fullota After build completed, there will be a fullota.zip under out directory, now you can flash this file into your device. Porting new device ------------------ Asssumed current directory is patchrom and you want to port miui to a new android device xblade Prerequiste: (1) Your device has root privilege or a rooted kernel(preferred) (2) Your device can flash ZIP from recovery(twrp recovery is preferred) Workflow: (1) connect your device to PC, ensure adb works (2) run the following commands . build/envsetup.sh mkdir xblade cd xblade adb reboot recovery ../tools/releasetools/ota_target_from_phone -r (this will generate a stockrom.zip, flash this zip in recovery mode to ensure it works) cp ../honor/makefile .(modify the local-zip-file to stockrom.zip, read the comments in makefile) make workspace make firstpatch (this will add the miui code into framework/android.policy/services.jar, resolve any conflict) make fullota Now you can get your own miui ROM, enjoy it!