So the patch in the OP isn't the Final Patch then?
That's why I create the patch files. It'll contain everything you need for the new version. Yes, I use RSD now for all my scripting needs. So, let's say my hypothetical 241 comes out (my running joke for what I think the OTA build for ICS will be ha ha). I will do the necessary things to check the security of it and make sure there's no new funny business. I will make us a new boot.img using my unpublished script to do that with. I will add the 241 update to a new 241 folder along with the boot.img. And I will add a 241 XML file in the rsd_scripts directory. And I will add 241 to the versions menu to allow you to select it for install. And I'll probably make a reinstall option for it, as well, so you'll be able to reinstall the update if you need like we can do for 235. All you'll need to do is install the patch, run RUNME.bat, select "Install 241" and let the script do its magic for you.
I have a couple of noob questions. In the previous Samurai, you could install 902, then 905 without any data loss. Also you could put any ics leak you wanted into the utilities, and it could be pushed to your phone. In this current samurai, there is only 232, 235, and the full 905 Fxz. Question 1: If just want to go back to 905, and keep all of my data, do I just use the full 905 fxz? Or do I need to use samurai to get to 902 without data loss, disconnect my phone, use voodoo root keeper, then temp unroot, then take the ota to 905, then use voodoo rootkeeper to re-root? Question 2: For other ics leaks, like 231, how to I use samurai to install? Do I create a folder with 231, and just put the file in it? I am very appreciative of all of your hard work, but I would like to drop leaks into the samurai program and have it work without having to wait on a script update from developer? Question 3: Do you have a link to the previous version of Samurai, which offered what I described?
When I extract the patch to the directory it didn't overwrite anything it just placed another directory "Patch" within the directory. So do I need to Cut the files within the "Patch" directory and paste them to the Main Directory to Overwrite the Originals each time I download the Patch?? If so I think I may have figured it out and one last question are you going to be putting each New Patch on This Thread or will we need to Look for a New Thread each time??
Thanks again for all your Help and Hard Work!!!
If I am Running .235 simply installed the Old Fashion Way was that a Mistake or should I have upgraded from .905 with Your Script and since it's too late to do that anyway should I run your Script Now on My Existing .235 or am I good untill a New Build is Released??
Again Sorry to seem so Stupid
2) I changed the way it works because we need more control over what happens with each version. Is there a reason 232 or 235 isn't what you want to install?
3) I do not. Those versions are outdated now so I didn't keep them around. If you do use an older version, understand that I can't support it for obvious reasons.
So in the end My Goal is to have Two Separate folders on the Desktop. So when I run the Script from Which File do I Execute it The Main or the Patch?