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This belongs in the TWRP thread.
Which twrp thread?

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[RECOVERY] TWRP 2.6.3.1 touch recovery [2013-11-04] Also root
You seem to have a newer version too so verify with OP and hook us up lol.
 
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You seem to have a newer version too so verify with OP and hook us up lol.
The image file is directly off the TeamWin web site. I just put it in zip, flashable file.
 
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I've created a flashable zip of twrp 2.6.3.2 that can be flashed in your custom recovery. This can be used to easily flash between recoveries if you desire.

All credit goes to Dees_Troy, I just packaged the image file.

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I flashed zip but recovery version remains the same.

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The prooblem I found is this command (obviously, it's the only one xD):
package_extract_file("openrecovery-twrp-2.6.3.2-hammerhead.img", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p7");

The "/dev/block/mmcblk0p7" is for pad, the recovery is in "/dev/block/mmcblk0p20". Also you can use "/dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/recovery" that is easier to understand.
So the command fixed should be:
package_extract_file("openrecovery-twrp-2.6.3.2-hammerhead.img", "/dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/recovery");

I will test it and tell if that solves the problem
 
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Default TWRP 2.6.3.2 zip fixed!

OK, everything working now.
Fixed zip uploaded to: http://d-h.st/Qen

I'm sure people will be happy to flash it easier than before just from your phone without any needed app

I tested it and it's working but feedback is also good
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so if i flash this on mako"nexus 4", would i brick my phone?
 
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so if i flash this on mako"nexus 4", would i brick my phone?
It's made for the n5. I don't know what the recovery partition is for the n4, so yes it could. The image file is also specifically for the n5
 
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Thanks man. That zip worked great for me. Also, when I clicked on the link on devhost, a mobogenie apk started automatically downloading. It was not from your zip, just some spam crap. I deleted it with root explorer. Just a heads up if it happens to anybody else.

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Thanks man. That zip worked great for me. Also, when I clicked on the link on devhost, a mobogenie apk started automatically downloading. It was not from your zip, just some spam crap. I deleted it with root explorer. Just a heads up if it happens to anybody else.

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Great to know it. Thanks for the feedback!
 
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in case you hadnt heard, when you're in twrp and you wipe (full, partial, etc), reboot recovery and then flash. users have problems getting zips to install without the reboot between wiping and flashing. its a recovery bug atm. cheers
Seems to be an overall issue with TWRP 2.6.3.1, and while I don't know if the issue is resolved in 2.6.3.2, I can tell you that it doesnt have the problem in 2.6.3.0, as I've been kicking myself for a while now fighting with .1 to work. I took WugFresh's toolkit, downloaded the 2.6.3.0 .img, changed in my settings of the toolkit to use custom recovery (the .0 version), flashed it (which also re-roots your device, needed or not), and then everything was fixed... That's the route that I took, as even on .1, the rebooting between wipe and flash didnt even work for me... MIght save some people some headaches 'til we can verify .2 fixes the issue.

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