Post Last Edited by mattrix at 2014-7-14 01:43 |
Post Last Edited by mattrix at 2014-7-14 01:42
Post Last Edited by mattrix at 2014-7-14 01:40
I found a program which can decompile the Banana Pi Android image.
You can then edit settings / filesystem etc and the program then recompiles it back into an image.
This image can then be burned to an SD card following the normal instructions HERE
The program is called DragonFace.
It can be downloaded HERE
(you will need 7-Zip to extract)
I have tested this in Windows 7, but not sure what other Windows it works in.
Through the main program, you can edit a few settings (boot animation / build.prop etc)
However, all this is doing is editing the extracted filesystem in the background - which can be found in DragonFace Dir/fsop folder
Also, boot partions and recovery partions can be found in DragonFace Dir/CPFOP
Here is the steps to edit an android image
1) Start DragonFace
2) Click firmware button
3) Locate Android_For_BananaPi_v2_0.img and click Open
4) DragonFace will now extract the image
5) Once loaded, you can use the program to edit a few files / boot animation etc.
6) You can also, open up the fsop & CPFOP folders and modify the filesystem directly with the program still open
7) Once changes have been made, Click SAVE in Dragonface to create an image
8) Burn this image using Phoenix Card
Edit build.prop so the timezone / country is correct to your region
Remove non required APKS
Change bootup logo
I hope this helps development