[Kitchen] Motorola Q9h

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  1. csganja

    csganja New Member

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    Motoq Kitchen V1.0:
    - Extract *.sbf
    - Extract CG33.smg to dump
    - Decrypt/Encrypt default.hv and user.hv (Registry files)
    - Decrypt/Encrypt initflashfiles.dat
    - Compress dump to CG33.smg
    - Remake *.sbf

    Motoq Kitchen V1.1:
    - Added recmod
    - Added reversmode

    Little Guide:
    First thing you should do is to copy your rom ro kitchen\rom\old.sbf
    Now extract CD33.smg, open EZX-Codec -> Open -> Extract
    Decrypt registry files and initflashfiles.dat
    Rom files are located in dump folder
    Edit them as you wish
    Encrypt registry files and initflashfiles.dat
    HEXeditor will open and you must delete first 2 bytes (FF FE)
    Now compress files, opern EZX-Codec -> Open -> Compress

    Recmod folders from dump folder, will result a dll in recmod folder, edit as you wish and then reversmode.


    That's all, you are ready to flash kitchen\rom\new.sbf to your phone using RSDlite...

    By the way, i do not take credits for anything except cook.exe :)

    Files can be found on my skydrive.
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  2. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    Talk about being 2 years late to the party
  3. csganja

    csganja New Member

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    What you mean?
    :) Allready exists a Q9h kitchen or Q9h is an old device?
  4. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    Q9h is an old device...about 2 years old
  5. csganja

    csganja New Member

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    Yeah, i know... but i didn't found any kitchen, and i'm trying to help...
    On the other side, it's still a good device...
  6. yoohath

    yoohath New Member

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    thank you for your help. I like to try cook it but i need to learn more to do it. Can you guide me? :)

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