RockChip RK27SDK Tools Guide
With these tools you can change the graphics and adjust the language of your player.
Guida in italiano
In order to change the firmware, you will need to follow this guide:
Firmware extraction Rockchip RK27xx series players
Then you will have access to the hidden partition where you will find the files you want to edit.
Rockchip Editor: for Rockchip 27xx
Rockchip Tool: Text Label Editor
In the tools you'll find two folders:
"Default" and "ITA"
Default is in the file with images BMP0.BIN of default (in English), in the style I-Phone
In ITA there is in the file with BMP0.BIN images written in Italian, always in style I-Phone
To change the graphics you must use:
(I prefer to use the former to export the images
or the latter to find them more quickly about the pixel size )
Open one of these programs, click on Open or Open BIN BMP0.BIN
and look for the files BMP0.BIN of the player that is in the firmware /Resource/BID
Then select the image you want to change, click on Export (with only the firtst program you can do it) to export the image in the same folder of the file BMP0.BIN
Then edit the extracted image with a graphics program, and with the program tool click Replace, selecting the new image!
Be careful to choose an image with the same size in pixels
The format for images is. PNG
At the end of the various changes of the BIN file, click on Save BIN to save the changes.
Now you have the modified file BMP0.BIN!
To change the language:
Open the program, click Open BIN
and look for the file STRINGID.BIN of the player that is in the firmware /Resource/SID
Then selected the language from the menu on the right
Language 1 for the English.
Select the word to edit from the menu on the left, then in the central column change the text string, then click REPLACE.
At the end of the various changes of the file .BIN click on Save BIN, to save the changes.
Now you have the file STRINGID.BIN modified!
If at the end some changes result wrong, and the player no longer turn on, follow this guide to recovery the player!
Rockchip RK27SDK Recovery Guide