The one I modified for my Ainol Crystal 2 will be here.
(Whether I manage to fix it's bugs or not...)
Well, several months has passed and I haven't been able - nor been that interested in - to fix all the bugs.
So, here it is if someone wants to try it and maybe even continue with it.
Removed all the leftover files from various tests and - well, read the readme.
Kitkat444-Demo-Firmware-for-AinolCrystal2_[cxz].exe.7z (To extract remove ".7z" from the end and run)
Below is the included Readme file. Have to add that if you flash the vendor.img then
the Kernel Tuner is installed. Be careful with it. Don't over tweak. Also disabling the
restoring of the settings on boot is advisable until you know what works and what doesn't.
ES File Explorer can be used for uninstalling it and other vendor stuff.
Also, CWM recovery is installed. To restore the stock flash " Stock Recovery Restorer "
from this thread: http://www.slatedroi...twrp/?p=1236906
Demo version. As usual, no guarantee of any kind. Use at your own risk.
There is unsolved bugs like the sound problem, maybe battery, etc...
Use the Pad Product Tool v.1.07 or newer for flashing.
When flashing a big fw package, partitions cannot be
chosen and flash is erased by default.
If you want to flash separate partitions, split the
firmware by running FW-splitter batch file included.
Then use the Pad Product Tool v.1.09 or older to flash
the PAD.fw file.
vendor_app.img just contains some extra apps used for testing etc.
Duet-Game.apk ES-FileExplorer.apk ES-TaskManager.apk KernelTuner.apk
All the original 7029C 4.44 files that were modified have been saved.
I also included their Crystal2's 4.22 counterparts for comparison.
Edited by cxz, 12 February 2017 - 11:07 AM.
Kernel Tuner advice adjusted