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Re: build os questions!!??

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Originally Posted by raidzero View Post
xip stands for execute in place, it is the closest thing to BIOS on PC, but for the phone. it is what boots the phone, its the kernel of the OS. in laymans terms, it is the ROM folder in the kitchen. and yes any SYS that are for 480 x 800 will work.

sometimes you will find ALL_RESV_ALL_RESH, this contains all resolutions so will have to weed out anything that is not DPI_192, like DPI_96.. or RESH240_RESV320. leaviung only DPI192 and 480x800.

you sound pretty new to cooking so I have to ask... why not use a newer kitchen? they have many benefits and are a bit easier. buildOS is a thing of the past.. it cannot even take advantage of the WM 6.5 native kernel! (I think..)
have never been able to make the new style kitchens work right!! and i didnt know about not being able vto use 6.5 native kernel!! this info can also help someone who wants to learn to become a chef like myself!!
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