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[RECOVERY][MOD][9.25.11] Clockwork 5.0.2.3 New wipe & confirm menus. For ALL variants

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11th March 2011, 02:01 AM   |  #1  
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This is based on the latest CM7 source which I modified for myself. I take no credit for the recovery whatsoever, but I will take all the blame for my mods . We all know this is Koush's hard work. Just some things were driving me crazy personally. First was the confirmation menu. I really got sick of scrolling through all those "No"s just to flash something, so i changed it for me personally and just thought I would share. I also created a proper wipe menu. I got sick of some wipes in the main menu and the rest in the "advanced" menu. I made this more Amon_RA like. See the attached screenshot for my changes. That change has led to a few others by me. flash with fastboot or flash_image. THESE ARE NOT IN ROM MANAGER. Also if you have an issue with this take it up with me NOT Koush.

5023-cyan.img
20f1c842ed20ae637ecd4e4874ffd678

5023-green.img
5f24361c962383df5a7855f90eb54faa

NS4G Versions

ns4g-5023-cyan.img
5988836a66f535c4a7d499ee417ee9c5

ns4g-5023-green.img
3d79a7b5b0441ef635081656429b541b

Option for no confirmation at all. Just flash in recovery.
signed-noconfirm.zip

All source is on Github. Feel free to do whatever you want with it. If you make any changes that will work on all devices, send me a pull request! https://github.com/j-r0dd/android_bootable_recovery

Change log:
3/14
- capacitive back button now works properly

3/20
- updated to 3.0.1.9 source

3/22
- reverted back to stock 2.3 recovery kernel

3/24
- update 3.0.2.4 source
- removed "apply update from sdcard" (/sdcard/update.zip)
- recovery killed by pkill now instead of ps & grep (BlaY0)
- versions for i9020 & i9023

3/28
- new wipe menu. see screenshots below

3/29
-put the "no" above the yes in confirm menu
-fixed recovery.fstab so format radio, bootloader & misc no longer show

4/16
-reverted recovery.fstab due to Cyanogen's proper code fix for the mount menu for all phones
-updated to 3.0.2.5 source

5/17
-started fresh with 3.1.0.1 sources
-added color versions

6/4
-removed the home button from toggling menu and added back the function for the capacitive buttons to navigate through menus also
-updated to 3.2.0.0 sources

6/11
-updated to 4.0.0.2 source

8/3
-fixed battery stats confirmation of completion
-updated to 4.0.1.4 source

9/25
-updated to 5.0.2.3 sources
-removed orange. just going to stick with cyan and green.
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11th March 2011, 02:03 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by j_r0dd

I just built this from the latest CM7 source. I take no credit for the recovery whatsoever. We all know this is Koush's hard work. Just one thing was driving me personally crazy, the confirmation menu. I really got sick of scrolling through all those "No"s just to flash something, so i changed it for me personally and just thought I would share. see the attached screenshot for my change.

http://www.mediafire.com/?g1od5wzaw604tc2

God bless you lol. Nice job, looks and works great.
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11th March 2011, 03:11 AM   |  #3  
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Very interesting project lol. I like it!

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11th March 2011, 03:15 AM   |  #4  
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nice! thanks
11th March 2011, 03:15 AM   |  #5  
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Yay!!!!!!!!!!!!!
11th March 2011, 03:36 AM   |  #6  
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can not find it on rom manager
11th March 2011, 03:50 AM   |  #7  
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this is always fun...
i flashed it in the terminal emulator on the phone. after all those errors, i just typed the script again. it flashed fine the second time

btw, to flash it through the terminal on the phone, put the file on the main part of the sd storage, open the terminal app, then type...

su(press enter)
flash_image recovery /sdcard/3014cw.img(press enter)
reboot recovery(press enter)

i renamed mine cw14 for ease.

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11th March 2011, 04:01 AM   |  #8  
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this is always fun...
i flashed it in the terminal emulator on the phone. after all those errors, i just typed the script again. it flashed fine the second time

btw, to flash it through the terminal on the phone, put the file on the main part of the sd storage, open the terminal app, then type...

su(press enter)
flash_image recovery /sdcard/3014cw.img(press enter)
reboot recovery(press enter)

i renamed mine cw14 for ease.

flash_image has given me that error recently when flashing boot.img. fastboot never fails me.

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11th March 2011, 04:53 AM   |  #9  
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can you fix the wipe delvak too?

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11th March 2011, 04:55 AM   |  #10  
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can you fix the wipe delvak too?

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yea its still broken. ive gotten used to just deleting the files in it manually.

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