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Old 05-19-2009, 10:40 PM
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So many kitchens (packagebuilder vs BuildOS)

With the rise of 6.5 I hear (at least at xda) that packagebuilder is better as it is designed from the ground up for 6.5. However I like bepe becuase I think that it is easier to use... for example something like calkulins kitchen. Are there really any benefits of packagebuilder and if so... Will anyone (calkulin/erice) make a packagebuilder based kitchen in addition/to replace the current kitchens?

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Old 05-19-2009, 11:30 PM
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Re: So many kitchens (packagebuilder vs BuildOS)

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With the rise of 6.5 I hear (at least at xda) that packagebuilder is better as it is designed from the ground up for 6.5. However I like bepe becuase I think that it is easier to use... for example something like calkulins kitchen. Are there really any benefits of packagebuilder and if so... Will anyone (calkulin/erice) make a packagebuilder based kitchen in addition/to replace the current kitchens?

Any input is greatly appreciated

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Well based off my experience i like package builder better because it allows you to add more file that you want while in buildos i always ran into a full rom build and would never execute because i had to many oems checked and in package builder i never had the problem yet. but someone else might be able to explain the difference better, i mean they are both great programs and do just about the same thing other then that its what you think is easier to mess with.
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