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Good explanation here regarding datamedia partitioning, esp this quote: "There are a couple of nice gains with using this setup vs the old data +*FAT*storage partition.* With /data/media you, as the user get more control over how you use your sto...
You guys need to quit whining and moaning and stop asking for updates. These builds are a privilege, not a right! Numpties.
To install cwm manually,you need the latest cwm - see couple of posts above - and terminal emulator app from market. Extract the three files from the cwm zip to the root of the sdcard. Open terminal emulator and type: su (enter) sh install-recover...
I have a very dumb question, but I didn't find any answer on Google or XDA Forums after a whole hour of searching: How do i find out if CWM Recovery is installed? And do you boot into CWM Recovery?? Button down does nothing when starting phon...
As per subject. I have no need for root access but would like to roll back. Is it possible? Of course, just use Flashtool to flash any KitKat ROM of your choice. Once the new firmware is flashed you will be back to stock, no root. Peace....