I will be very glad if you share that info by giving a link and explaining because I still don't know the exact reason.
it seems that you have got that thought by seeing that I removed some recovery.fstab entries in my github but /res/recovery.fstab is NEVER used by cwm recovery.
and last time I checked you were using exactly the same fstab in your recovery.
so, please correct that statement (wrong recovery.fstab?) or make it more clear.
I normally do not like to write in your thread (you know the reasons) unless you make me say "wtf!"
Yeah, i mean those u have changed in the recovery.fstab, u have removed some entries while i have changed just the boot partition....
I think that was the problem, i may be wrong but it is the only possible reason hence the rest of the sources are really similar.
Well, i'm glad sometimes to see you posting here
Are u moving to the GS3?
this has been discussed in ERD forum and there are some thoughts about the possible reasons but none of them are for certain. I removed those recovery.fstab entries because they were not safe but they are only used in samsung recovery (/res/recovery.fstab) not in CWM recovery.
but the bricking was caused by CWM recovery.
and it is really interesting that you mention your weak hypothesis as if it is the real reason whereas no ERD can do that with that level of certainty.
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