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[Compilation] Flashable zips of Recoveries (Update-Jul 28, 2013) [Nexus S-crespo]

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can u fix usb storage this build 6.0.1.9
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can u fix usb storage this build 6.0.1.9
I'm so sorry but for now I can't. I barely get time out of studies. For fixing USB Storage, I would need to setup my whole linux machine again and build from source but again, my time doesn't allow me to do so
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I read here and there, that there are some ricoveries breaking the phone, especially on 4.2.

Is it true?

I normally use cwm 5.0.2.x

Samsung Galaxy S III: GT-I9300
Android: JB 4.3
ROM: Imperium 26 - XXUGNB6
Kernel: Boeffla 5.2 rc1
Baseband: XXUGMNA8
Launcher: Nova 2.3
Bootanimation:Samsung stock
Recovery: PhilZ

Google Nexus S: GT-I9023
Android: JB 4.3
ROM: Slim Bean Beta 1
Kernel: Marmite
Baseband: I9023XXKB3
Launcher: Holo
Bootanimation: Dirty_Redz's
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I read here and there, that there are some ricoveries breaking the phone, especially on 4.2.

Is it true?

I normally use cwm 5.0.2.x
Use 5.8.0.2 work fine for me
 
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I read here and there, that there are some ricoveries breaking the phone, especially on 4.2.

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In my 2.5 years Android experience, I would say nothing as such happens and it never could.
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In my 2.5 years Android experience, I would say nothing as such happens and it never could.
god be blessed.
time to come back to cwm, for twrp and similare are not really meant to please my taste.

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ROM: Imperium 26 - XXUGNB6
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Recovery: PhilZ

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ROM: Slim Bean Beta 1
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Can we have TWRP 2.3.2.3?

This fixes:
Looks like we got forgotten,
so here is 2.3.2.3 which fixed the adding of a /0/0 when you preform a factory reset on any 4.2 rom.
This DOES NOT prevent the first /0 because that is needed and it is the way of the future, what it does is ensures that if you are already on a 4.2 ROM that is does not create yet another /0 under /0. If you dont understand what i mean, then you probably dont need to worry, just update it and all will be well and you wont have to fix something later.
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