Help How to change OpenGL ES version?

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I will upload it here.
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I need OpenGL ES 3.0
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Hey I uploaded my ramdisk.img but it got disappeared after I posted it.
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Will this be okay?
I removed .img and edited it to .zip and uploaded it.
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TakuruKagami

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- to unpack the ramdisk, you must compile the kernel and the ramdisk if it is not compiled, the ramdisk cannot be unpacked (must be with the kernel in use).

- when it's repacked, change ramdisk-new.cpio.gz to ramdisk.img and copy and then overwrite the existing ramdisk.
 

grtstha

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- to unpack the ramdisk, you must compile the kernel and the ramdisk if it is not compiled, the ramdisk cannot be unpacked (must be with the kernel in use).

- when it's repacked, change ramdisk-new.cpio.gz to ramdisk.img and copy and then overwrite the existing ramdisk.
can I do it from APT tool or is there any other way to unpack and repack ramdisk?
 

MrMiy4mo

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- to unpack the ramdisk, you must compile the kernel and the ramdisk if it is not compiled, the ramdisk cannot be unpacked (must be with the kernel in use).

- when it's repacked, change ramdisk-new.cpio.gz to ramdisk.img and copy and then overwrite the existing ramdisk.
No need to compile kernel, they are not even related.
 

MrMiy4mo

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what you're saying I don't understand because in other applications it's the same when I try it. but indeed for phone models compilation with kernel is not required.
#unpack ramdisk (must be executed at root directory, which contain ramdisk.img)
Code:
mkdir ramdisk && ( cd ramdisk && zcat ../ramdisk.img | cpio -iud )

# repack ramdisk (must be executed at root directory, which contain ramdisk folder)
Code:
cd ramdisk && find . | cpio -o -H newc | gzip > /ramdisk_new.img

"well i am not own of that syntax, it just works xD"
 

TakuruKagami

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#unpack ramdisk (must be executed at root directory, which contain ramdisk.img)
mkdir ramdisk && ( cd ramdisk && zcat ../ramdisk.img | cpio -iud )

# repack ramdisk (must be executed at root directory, which contain ramdisk folder)
cd ramdisk && find . | cpio -o -H newc | gzip > /ramdisk_new.img

"well i am own of that syntax, it just works xD"
For linux users it will be easy to unpack and repackage the ramdisk it seems. but I'm still using windows OS as primary so I won't use this method.
 

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