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does anyone have amon ra modded recovery with custom payload support
does anyone have amon ra modded recovery with custom payload support –
I have searched high and low all over for this mythical creature but cannot find it. I have heard that there was a modified version of amon ras recovery for G1/Dream 32B that allows for any compiled payload to be loaded. I want to use it to load up hermes v3 payload but I can't seem to find it. If anyone has it please post up a link or post the file. I appreciate any help.
Whops, missread. Delete this post.
HTC DREAM ONLY (TMOBILE G1)
Originally Posted by bigd5783
here is a link here u go http://psfreedom.com/wiki/index.php?title=G1
and here is the download http://www.multiupload.com/PU7W9R85FZ
you may need to read this http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=566669
key points ignore the bits about downloading rodgers or whatever else in short i used this one but changed the end like i have in the quote so if u put the file directly on the root of your card you should just be able to type the code for console (found in recovery mode if u have a custom recovery):
via console :
* Requires root
* Do NOT follow these steps from a terminal application on the phone, make sure that you've booted into a custom recovery first!!!
Copy recovery-RA-dream-v1.7.0.img to the root of your sdcard
Boot into your current custom recovery (boot while holding HOME)
select console from the menu
#mount -a (this can give back an error if you don't have an ext partition, don't worry about it and just proceed)
#flash_image recovery /sdcard/recovery-PSFreedom-Dream-v1.1.2.img
Last edited by AntonyTheGreat; 10-07-2010 at 10:22 PM.
Reason: Cleaning up my post
Thats the one I am running now. I read that there was a modified version of this that would load a custom payload as well as the ones that are included. I have not been able to find this one. If this version includes loading custom payloads where do you put the payload to load it up? In short the one you posted has hermes v1 in it but I am looking for hermes v3 payload and would like to continue to be able to update the payloads as more come along as dev on this version has stopped.
isnt hermes v3 the peek and poke one in there... as ive been using that for all things and it seems to work fine even with things that require hermes payload
* New Address 0x80000000007ff000 end of the payload at the end of the Kernel in order to add the extra code needed (the code is relocatable, if necessary)
* Added support syscall 8 with Stealth and other kernel functions such as copy, allocate memory, perform routine, add path table (for replacement / redirection of files and directories), etc. (see syscall8.h for details)
* Support for Homebrew in /apps_home/PS3_GAME similar to a flash drive or connected on /dev_usb000/PS3_GAME
* Syscall redirection 36 games to run diskless: /apps_home/PS3_GAME
From what I have read as well it will allow you to get the new Call of Duty game working as well if used with OM 1.16
call of duty? do you mean mw2 or black ops or are you talking about medal of honor? anyways i dont think it will exist if it is not in the psfreedom website
oops yeah medal of honor I just got done with a game of call of duty with a friend and had it on the brain. Im going to switch over to this for the time being untill another recovery comes along.
[G1/32B] PSFreedom (v3 15/09/2010) - xda-developers
lol thanks i forgot to check on xda-developers lol i go there to get help with my phone... sorta seems like a no brainer.
Originally Posted by bigd5783
whats the problem with using the enabler disabler v3 method?
that's the version you want to use. amon_ra pretty much abandoned the psfreedom port to his recovery image. the only downside to using the enabler/disabler is that there's no usb access to the phone storage while it's "enabled", that's all. Now, on the upside there's a lot of good things:
Originally Posted by AntonyTheGreat
no need to boot into recovery & reboot twice to get back to the phone.
it works "plug & play", no need to do anything other than plugging the phone to the ps3.
dynamic payloads, change payloads easily when needed.