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[Q] [SOLVED] Flashing recovery.img without fastboot?

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Clock [Q] [SOLVED] Flashing recovery.img without fastboot?

Hi all!
My power button is stuck as pressed constantly, and cannot be unstuck.

So there is no way to flash recovery image under fastboot;
nor can I flash CWM recovery TOUCH using ROM Manager, due to network reason that cannot be solved from my aspect;
Flashify said "cannot find recovery block", thus unable to flash by it;
GooManager seems only able to flash TWRP that I decide not to use at present.

So what I want to ask is, is there a way, for our Nexus S, to flash recovery by an Android terminal command? Thanks in advance!

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Hi all!
My power button is stuck as pressed constantly, and cannot be unstuck.

So there is no way to flash recovery image under fastboot;
nor can I flash CWM recovery TOUCH using ROM Manager, due to network reason that cannot be solved from my aspect;
Flashify said "cannot find recovery block", thus unable to flash by it;
GooManager seems only able to flash TWRP that I decide not to use at present.

So what I want to ask is, is there a way, for our Nexus S, to flash recovery by an Android terminal command? Thanks in advance!
Have you tried the 'recovery tools flasher' app? .... just put the recovery image on sd and flash through the app ... it should work
 
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http://theunlockr.com/2009/10/15/how...lready-rooted/
Get some logs from here before spamming threads with "It doesn't work !!!"
 
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Have you tried the 'recovery tools flasher' app? .... just put the recovery image on sd and flash through the app ... it should work
A great lot of thanks! This should be it!

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Tried it, seem to have no use... it said it successfully flashed image, but the recovery is still the old one (TWRP) instead of the one I chose to flash (CWM Touch)

ASUS Padfone CN - with SCRATCHES on screen though it's Corning Glass!
- WW 10.2.4.1 (Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean)
- Rooted + Busybox
- Patched by the Enlightened
====
Previously Google Nexus S I9023VDF - struggling with broken power button
- CyanogenMod 10.0.0 Stable
- MARMITE V7.2 CM w/ MTP
 
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I see the command! Thanks a lot!

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- WW 10.2.4.1 (Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean)
- Rooted + Busybox
- Patched by the Enlightened
====
Previously Google Nexus S I9023VDF - struggling with broken power button
- CyanogenMod 10.0.0 Stable
- MARMITE V7.2 CM w/ MTP
 
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