Deodex the new leak?

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    How do I manually deodex the new leak from tbh? I know I can just remove all the odex files with a rm * adb command; however, they will return on reboot. Is there something I have to edit in the file itself or what's the deal?
     
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    Its already deodexed

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    Hmm...you sure? I just checked /system/framework and /system/app and there are still .odex files there

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    Hmm thats weird there are none in mine. Were you deodexed before you installed the leak.

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    You can always run the apex rom its deodexed. Did you use the full sbf file or the update zip? I used the update zip from the black hat app it is deodexed. You have to format your system then mount it before the install.

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    I sbfed - hence the reason its not deodexed. I don't want to install a rom... I could apply the update.zip but I really would rather learn how to do it myself

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    The problem with that is that that's a deodex from 2.2 not 2.2.1 to my knowledge. Im pretty sure it would make a difference and possibly brick me. Basically what xultimate does is it contains premade /system files in my understanding

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    the easiest way would be to get the system files from the update zip like I said earlier. But if you are just looking for a challenge and want to do it manually then let me know how you did it.

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    You will have to hit up jesusfrekes page and grab samli/baksmali and use it to deodex those odex files I truely don't know how but I figure I can point you in the right direction good luck.

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    Well I know how to remove the .odex files. It's as simple as running a rm *.odex command from adb. The question is how to prevent them from coming back.