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Old 07-04-2013, 14:56   #1 (permalink)
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[How-to] Create your own autoloaders (os, radio or os+radio)


This is for people who want to experiment with their devices and test unreleased OS and radios. For others, there are enough autoloaders out there to fit most needs.

This is a draft that will likely be improved with time.

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Get the files you need
  • Use sachup to grab debrick files of the OS you want to play with, for the device of your choice.
  • Or download the files you need from any other trusted source
  • Or extract them from existing autoloaders in which case you're probably not interested in this howto...


Create autoload.exe
  • Load Autoload-DevAlphaC-10.1.0.1485.exe in HxD
  • Press ctrl+n. It opens a new, blank tab.
  • Go back to the 1st tab, press ctrl+E
  • Enter 0 for start and 6435FF for end
  • Copy that block
  • Paste it into the new tab
  • Save that tab as a file, call it autoload.exe


Create your autoloader
  • Create a new folder and put a copy of autoload.exe in it
  • Add to the folder the files you want to mix into an autoloader. Make sure you've extracted the bar files and maybe rename the signed files to make them easier to use. Something like os1692.qcfm and radio1484.qcfm per example
  • Now you can create your autoloader by opening a command window and typing:
    > autoload create <this is your first file> <optional 2nd file> myrom.exe



With autoload, you could create radio files to flash over leaked autoloaders per examples or OS upgrades, hybrids, etc. You must extract .signed files from the .bar file.

Thanks to: xsacha, faenil
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