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I am trying to figure out how to push local changes I have made to my AOSP "Jellybean" branch on Github. Basically, I forked CM and made local changes which seemed to compile and function correctly. Now I want to push those changes back to my Github Repository. The branch I have synced in called Jellybean.

Things I have already done:

- Created my SSH Keys and configured in Github
- Initialized the Repo
- Synced the Repo
- Made local changes (which can be reverted if necessary)
- Complied and tested on Galaxy Nexus device

Now that I have the commits (I will be making more), how do I commit the changes using Repo command? or do I use the Git command?
 

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If you already have the commits as in you have run the git commit command after making an alteration to a particular repository, all you have left to do is push that commit to said repository. So if you modifed ~/awesomerom/frameworks/base and you then git commit -a the changes, write a commit message save and quit out of the commit message editor then you just grab the git adress located at the top of your github.com/thenameofmyawesometeam/android_frameworks_base which in that case you could push to github.com/thenameofmyawesometeam/android_frameworks_base.git and then, voila your commit will be on ur git...that was written horribly but i hope it helped...
 
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