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Using other kernels with DSIXDA's kitchen

I love using modified kernels, if they support swap partition, overclocking, etc. They may unleash the beast inside my phone.

But, instead of compiling kernel myself which probably may destabilize your phone/device, I prefer to use a stable kernel from another popular ROM which is compatible with my phone/device. That popular kernel will be the core of my new ROM built with DSIXDA's kitchen.

How to create Android Custom ROM

Some of you probably wonders: "Why another ROM?", "Why not using existing custom ROM?". So, this is my answer. Some ROMs are created specifically to a specific radio. Therefore, ROMs from Europe may be not compatible with devices from Asia. I don't know, what the cause of it. In my case, using Europe ROMs may cause bootloop into my Asia device. So, I have to create my own ROM.

How to create it? You see, a lot of ROM enhancers (I'm not saying 'creator' since they do not create it but modifying either stock ROMs or another custom ROMs) use DSIXDA's kitchen to make ROMs. I'm going to tell you how to create a little bit super ROM from stock ROM using the kitchen in Ubuntu :D (Sorry, I'm not too good at Windows). This tips works on HTC Wildfire S, but more or less may be working on other devices.

Unlocking HTC Wildfire S

I was wondering how people managed to install different kind of Android. I was afraid and said to my self "Is it safe?", "Will it brake my phone?". HTC Wildfire S' small memory gives me no choice but to hack my phone. After searching about "how to root", "how to install custom ROM", etc, I'm finally able to share this experience with you.

Creating REST based Webservice with Apache CXF

As you know, there are 3 types of webservice out there named, RPC/Encoded type, Document/Literal/SOA type and REST type. But, the most supported ones are the RPC and Document types.

REST type gives you a lot of flexibility. This is how to create the server and the corresponding client using Apache CXF.

How to migrate into Subversion 1.7

So, most of Linux distribution has not included Subversion 1.7 yet. What I like most from Subversion 1.7 is that it only contains one .svn directory just like Git (I'm a Git fan actually). I'm going to document my experience installing Subversion 1.7 on Ubuntu 11.04 and migrating from 1.5 into this version

Bagaimana Ujian SIM C secara sukses di SatPas Daan Mogot

Atas berkat rahmat Allah Yang Maha Pengasih lagi Maha Penyayang, saya berhasil mendapatkan SIM C secara legal dalam 1 kali kedatangan yakni sore tadi (23 Januari 2010). Makasih ya Allah.

Sorry, kali ini saya berbicara non IT. Mungkin ini adalah momen bersejarah bagi saya yang perlu direkam dalam blog saya dan ini juga merupakan sesuatu yang sangat penting untuk dibagikan kepada orang lain, seperti halnya judul blog saya "Let's share"

First post using Android Blogger

This is a "Hello Word" from my Android HTC via Blogger app. This is great! I even can attach a photo.

Using syntax highlighting

Hello Java using syntax highlighting. Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. @Override public Session createSession() { return new AndroidSpellCheckerSession(); } private static class AndroidSpellCheckerSession extends Session { @Override public SuggestionsInfo onGetSuggestions(TextInfo textInfo, int suggestionsLimit) { SuggestionsInfo suggestionsInfo; ... // look up suggestions for TextInfo return suggestionsInfo; } } It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic typese…