So, when the guys at OSBB started working on 362v2 I was away from a computer for the day. Being that all OSBB hybrids are community builds, I was feeling a little left out. How was I to collaborate on a community build with out my computer? Then I remembered about a great new application released by LsPhone in collaboration with our very own SCrid2000: Fishloader.
How did this solve my issue you may ask? Well, to answer that question, you will have to continue to read.
Fishloader allows you to take a collection of COD files and either create a .jad or force inject them onto your phone without the need to use a computer. Once you have the files on your SD card launch fishloader. You will be presented with the following screen:
Enter the title of the app, version, vendor, and description. Scroll down and the fun begins:
Here you choose the name of your .jad file and select the directory that all your cods are in. Once you choose the directory continue to "add COD modules". Once you have chosen the files you have a choice to either Build package or to Force-Load. What’s the difference you may ask. When you build a package, it takes all your COD files and creates a jad in the same directory as your COD's so you can load this "package" at any time. If you force load it will load the files to your phone right then and not create a jad.
Fishloader is a must have application for everyone, especially hybrid builders. Having the ability to actually build force the loading of core files to your phone, allows for the building of a hybrid for your phone from your phone.
You can download Fishloader in two versions the first is a “safe version as Appworld will not allow an application that will allow the loading of “core” files the other is the full version (which I only recommend if you are a hybrider and know what you are doing.
“Safe” Version (recommended):
Full (hybrid builder version):
Hybrid Builder Version