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[quote name='nvrpayretail;25240]I prefer the approach that [B]blazingwolf[/B] took - just removing userdata.img file from the update so that we preserve the user's environment. Adding the volume button hack is a nice touch and possibly a second package (so the user has the choice of including google experience or not) adding the google experience package would be nice too. If you really want to include additional apks I'd recommend AppInstaller' date=' Quick Uninstaller and AppMonster. These apps at least provide the user with tools to manage applications of their preference.On another note, since it looks like additional updates will be coming from PD I'd recommend that an all inclusive package may not be advantageous at this time. Perhaps one bundle to install post-fw update. This would still simplify things a bit and while not requiring updates to your package every time new fw is released.[/QUOTE'] As we know and see that there are regular frmare updates coming from PD, so I would like to have some package in which we just put the PD firmware file and rest all (like: su root, google experience, some pre-installed apps) is already there. Then this package we install in our PDN. This way we don't have to rebuild the custom package everytime there is new firmware.If you ahve some ideas then I'm also ready to work on this, as I started liking my PDN .....
 

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[quote name='nchntrman;25272]I'm not to worried about holding off for firmware changes as my objective is to work on a system for restoring my PDN to its current state with the least hassle. If a firmware is released' date=' I would much rather inject a few files into the firmware file, I.L.O. having to use adb to re-hack my vol keys and install an apk installer and panda home and whatever other apks I would have to install. Currently I use 91 PC Suite for Android to install all "extra" my apks in one shot. Alhough using adb and PC Suite isn't all that much of a hassle, it takes about 20 mins to restore, hack and reinstall. If I could do that in less time all the better. Ultimately a Visual Basic "Patch" Application for windows would be nice. Check a few boxes (vol hack, root) and pick your firmware file and apk directory and have a Custom Firmware built.[/QUOTE'] "Ultimately a Visual Basic "Patch" Application for windows would be nice. Check a few boxes (vol hack, root) and pick your firmware file and apk directory and have a Custom Firmware built"Yup this is what I want to say ......this will be great !!! If you need help, I could, but I have to learn some Visual basic
 
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