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Suggestion:TWRP, exfat, GT-N7000 external SD Card bug

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By julian67, Member on 19th August 2014, 02:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Polux44

Yes thanks for the precision, i've just seen that now my recovery was TWRP. (well which is good for me since it means I can use OTA). Your details helped me to understand why recovery and kernel are linked together, for my device.

Does it mean that installing omni on a non GS2 device (let's say a more recent device) will not overwrite the existing recovery?

Thanks again!

Correct. Sony devices also have this limitation, there is a semi-workaround (where the kernel pulls recovery ramdisk from another location) on those that *in theory* could be done on the old Samsungs... but so few people are working on the old Samsungs that it isn't likely to happen.

Pretty much all GS1s and Exynos GS2s had this limitation. Qualcomm GS2s (Skyrocket/Hercules) had a separate recovery, as did all GS3s and onwards.
 
 
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