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[Q] Installed a CWM 6.0.3 but having issues to upgrade or uninstall

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By M.I.D.O, Junior Member on 22nd March 2014, 01:08 AM
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I've installed CVM 6.0.3 and tried to make a recovery but had some issues so i tried to upgrade to 6.0.3 or even uninstall it but i couldn't find anything helpful
I've tried using Odin to install CVM 6.0.4 in order to overwrite the old one but it didn't work well
Any ideas about what did i do wrong ??
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22nd March 2014, 03:56 AM |#2  
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I've installed CVM 6.0.3 and tried to make a recovery but had some issues so i tried to upgrade to 6.0.3 or even uninstall it but i couldn't find anything helpful
I've tried using Odin to install CVM 6.0.4 in order to overwrite the old one but it didn't work well
Any ideas about what did i do wrong ??
Thanks in Advance

There are zip files for newer recoveries.. My personal favorite is Phil's touch... Just download the file and flash it through your current recovery... And then reboot recovery...

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22nd March 2014, 09:52 AM |#3  
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There are zip files for newer recoveries.. My personal favorite is Phil's touch... Just download the file and flash it through your current recovery... And then reboot recovery...

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Does that mean that i need to be rooted ?? because i'm not and i'm not intending to do it now
22nd March 2014, 01:17 PM |#4  
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no need for root. download new recovery as an zip (Philz is an good choice, find his tread here on xda) and reboot into recovery. Flash new recovery zip just like any other zip. Reboot and voila... all done
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no need for root. download new recovery as an zip (Philz is an good choice, find his tread here on xda) and reboot into recovery. Flash new recovery zip just like any other zip. Reboot and voila... all done

U nid root to flash custom recoveries ._.

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23rd March 2014, 10:31 AM |#6  
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U nid root to flash custom recoveries ._.

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no need for root when u flash your first custom recovery using odin
23rd March 2014, 11:21 AM |#7  
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no need for root when u flash your first custom recovery using odin

Easier to flash thru recovery. And with root, u can do much more.

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Easier to flash thru recovery. And with root, u can do much more.

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Ofcourse, but u said that one need root to flash custom recovery which isn't true.
23rd March 2014, 12:39 PM |#9  
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Ofcourse, but u said that one need root to flash custom recovery which isn't true.

My mistake then. I dun use odin so yep.

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