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By Cruz922, Junior Member on 30th August 2014, 01:38 AM
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Hi, I am using Spice - MI 352 . But i needed to install ClockworkMod Recovery to use the custom rom GB Sandwich v3 . The problem is that i download Rom Manager from play store. And when i go to ClockworkMod Recovery . Its shows Select your phone. n my phone is not on the list. Then when i go to Unlisted Phones at last. It Says Spice Mi - 352 is not supported ! . Please help.. Please help...
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30th August 2014, 01:53 AM |#2  
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Hi,

I can't find anything on a recovery for your specific device on XDA. I suggest you ask here and hopefully someone has some insight....
> Android Development and Hacking > Android Q&A, Help & Troubleshooting

Good luck!

P. S. It would be unwise to flash anything to your device.. Roms, recoveries, anything... That wasn't made for your exact model. 👍
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How can I check whether my device support that custom rom or not ?
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As I've said, ask for help in the thread I linked. XDA Assist is only here to help members navigate the site, not for support.

And please, flash nothing that doesn't specifically states it's for your model. You could destroy your device.

Again, good luck!
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