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[Recovery] ClockworkMod - 5.5.0.4 - (Update: 07/11/12)

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By pershoot, Recognized Developer on 21st May 2011, 09:48 PM
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22nd May 2011, 04:56 PM |#11  
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trying to wait for the update... prob just flash back to back. what is the issue you are fixing? Thanks for doing this.
 
 
22nd May 2011, 04:57 PM |#12  
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galaxy tab 10.1 - clockwork mod recovery - refreshed.
22nd May 2011, 04:58 PM |#13  
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trying to wait for the update... prob just flash back to back. what is the issue you are fixing? Thanks for doing this.

nandroid backups.

fixed. refreshed. filename has not changed (its labelled 0521).
22nd May 2011, 05:34 PM |#14  
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I'm getting a cannot determine image filename error. Any tips??
22nd May 2011, 05:39 PM |#15  
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I'm getting a cannot determine image filename error. Any tips??

show me what you are doing.
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22nd May 2011, 05:49 PM |#16  
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show me what you are doing.

I just rooted my device. Rebooted it.
Downloaded the clockwork recovery file, unzipped it, the .img file is in my downloads folder (did not change the name)

(in cmd window)
cd downloads
fastboot flash recovery recovery-cwm_3.1.0.1-sam-tab-10.1-052111.img

(I get back)
error: cannot load 'recovery-cwm_2.1.0.1-sam-tab-10.1-052111.img'
22nd May 2011, 05:54 PM |#17  
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Originally Posted by thepro8

I just rooted my device. Rebooted it.
Downloaded the clockwork recovery file, unzipped it, the .img file is in my downloads folder (did not change the name)

(in cmd window)
cd downloads
fastboot flash recovery recovery-cwm_3.1.0.1-sam-tab-10.1-052111.img

(I get back)
error: cannot load 'recovery-cwm_2.1.0.1-sam-tab-10.1-052111.img'

check the filename.

it is not recovery-cwm_3.1.0.1-sam-tab-10.1-052111.img when you unpack it.

ensure you have a working fastboot
you should fastboot boot it first prior to flashing/replacing.

you do not need to root your device to use this. if you are using this on the 'v', then you must unlock your bootloader prior.
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22nd May 2011, 05:59 PM |#18  
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ensure you have a working fastboot

I think this may be the problem because if try a "fastboot reboot" command I just get a waiting for device and nothing else.

hmm...how do i fix that
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I think this may be the problem because if try a "fastboot reboot" command I just get a waiting for device and nothing else.

hmm...how do i fix that

check the stickies in the 'v' forum.
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22nd May 2011, 06:39 PM |#20  
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Looks like i fixed it. i had to get my tablet into fastboot mode and then plug it in. then it detected my device and i was able to flash it.
22nd May 2011, 07:22 PM |#21  
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I noticed there is not "**GO BACK**" in the mount/unmount section. Shouldn't this be added.

Also I couldn't get it to mount via usb in that menu.

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