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27th August 2014, 05:33 AM   |  #1  
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Is anybody who has a .IMG of the stock recovery for the Desire 610 ?

It's always more secure to have it in case of "emergency"...
27th August 2014, 09:11 AM   |  #2  
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Is anybody who has a .IMG of the stock recovery for the Desire 610 ?

It's always more secure to have it in case of "emergency"...

I was also stupid enough not to make a backup.
Hopefully someone will post his/her backup here.
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28th August 2014, 10:52 PM   |  #3  
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I didn't made any modification on my Desire 610 (it's Full Stock for now)...
But I don't know how to backup a Recovery with the Stock Recovery...
If you know, tell me how to do!
31st August 2014, 04:12 PM   |  #4  
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I didn't made any modification on my Desire 610 (it's Full Stock for now)...
But I don't know how to backup a Recovery with the Stock Recovery...
If you know, tell me how to do!

could you post stock boot.img please mate
2nd September 2014, 10:14 AM   |  #5  
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Originally Posted by cbgti

I didn't made any modification on my Desire 610 (it's Full Stock for now)...
But I don't know how to backup a Recovery with the Stock Recovery...
If you know, tell me how to do!

Hi!
I have looked into this option and I have found one solution you can try:

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Backup custom recovery

What you need to know before flashing custom recovery:
After flashing custom recovery you can always revert to your stock recovery. This procedure will be described later.
Your bootloader needs to be "UNLOCKED". "LOCKED" or "RELOCKED" bootloaders can't flash custom recovery.
This operation will cause your bootloader to show "TAMPERED" text below "UNLOCKED".
For safety reasons, first what you should do is nandroid backup inside recovery. You might need it during "going back to stock" procedure.
1. Download this mini-sdk package and extract it to c:\mini-sdk
2. Download custom recovery of your choice and rename it to recovery.img
3. Move recovery.img to c:\mini-sdk location
4. Connect your device to the PC
5. Boot your device in fastboot mode (like you did during unlocking bootloader - power off the device and turn it on using power + vol down buttons and select "FASTBOOT")
6. Open up command prompt ( Start > Run > type cmd and hit enter ). The window that appears is called Command Prompt. <click here to see the image>
7. Navigate to where you unzipped "mini-sdk" package (type in Command Prompt: cd c:\mini-sdk). Note: make sure the path is not c:\mini-sdk\mini-sdk
8. In the Command Prompt type following command: fastboot boot recovery.img (this command might not with newer hboots)
Command above will not permantently flash custom recovery, but it will just boot it. Why? Because that way we can backup your original, stock recovery image before we replace it with custom one.
9. Perform a nandroid backup.

(source: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2265618 )

I am very curious if this would work.
If this works, then please share your backup of the recovery and ROM with us.

Cheers,

DulinDuskhawk
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4th September 2014, 12:37 PM   |  #6  
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I tried it, but something's wrong because it didin't work.

My Desire 610 is modified yet... I couldn't wait.
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