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gps working good? Don't flash the cwm on reboot mod..... obviously lol
 
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gps working good? Don't flash the cwm on reboot mod..... obviously lol
I use CWM on boot only before i flash something. When the phone reboots i boot back into recovery and remove the CWM on boot....lol....thats my safehaven....lol

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I use CWM on boot only before i flash something. When the phone reboots i boot back into recovery and remove the CWM on boot....lol....thats my safehaven....lol

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Why even use "CMW on boot" when the Atrix 2 Bootstraper works just fine? Something to do with not being able to reach the bootstrapper if something goes horribly wrong? Thankfully nothing has gone that wrong for me. What about the stock recovery? Wouldn't that be a viable solution in the event the phone refuses to boot up normally? This is something I've never quite understood or had to use (CMW on Boot).
 
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Why even use "CMW on boot" when the Atrix 2 Bootstraper works just fine? Something to do with not being able to reach the bootstrapper if something goes horribly wrong? Thankfully nothing has gone that wrong for me. What about the stock recovery? Wouldn't that be a viable solution in the event the phone refuses to boot up normally? This is something I've never quite understood or had to use (CMW on Boot).
Stock recovery will do nothing. Recovery on boot will help IF i get in a bootloop and itll keep me from having to use RSD.

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Stock recovery will do nothing. Recovery on boot will help IF i get in a bootloop and itll keep me from having to use RSD.

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I am interested in exploring this option. I don't use RSD or any other windows applications to manage this phone. I have used ADB with LINUX. But like I said I've never had to recover from a bootloop or brick disaster.

Why wouldn't the stock recovery do anything? Couldn't I wipe and factory reset through THAT?

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I am interested in exploring this option. I don't use RSD or any other windows applications to manage this phone. I have used ADB with LINUX. But like I said I've never had to recover from a bootloop or brick disaster.

Why wouldn't the stock recovery do anything? Couldn't I wipe and factory reset through THAT?

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Yes, but depending on your brick type that may just make it worse. You can always flash cwm on boot BEFORE you flash simething your testing and if it boots just go back to recovery and uninstal cwm on boot

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For those of you playing with overclocking you can make the process a bit more automated by using scripts. I use gscript lite. just make a new script, name it something like overclock 1200 tick the su box and type in the command box, echo 1200000000 > /proc/opptimizer

Or whatever overclock you want. you can make a few different ones . click save. and anytime you want to change overclocks just click the one you want and your done. Easy
 
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Ok, I've got SCV5 (the backup) and both Update 1 and Update 2 on my sd card. I'm rooted and I have the bootstrap. I've read through most of the posts. I'm a little new to modding and have never installed a rom via backup. Will someone please confirm this is the proper method of installation so I don't have the FC and GPS issues:

1. reboot into Bootstrap CWM
2. wipe Data/Factory Reset
3. wipe Cache/Dalvik cache
4. “backup and restore”
5. “advanced restore”
6. supercharged V5, and install it
7. reboot, then back into Bootstrap CWM
8. wipe Cache/Dalvik cache
9. install zip from sdcard
10. select supercharged V5 Update 1
11. flash it
12. reboot, then back into Bootstrap CWM
13. wipe Cache/Dalvik cache
14. install zip from sdcard
15. select supercharged V5 Update 2
16. flash it
17. reboot

After the last reboot, then I register my gmail account, get my apps back and such, right? Please confirm.
 
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Ok, I've got SCV5 (the backup) and both Update 1 and Update 2 on my sd card. I'm rooted and I have the bootstrap. I've read through most of the posts. I'm a little new to modding and have never installed a rom via backup. Will someone please confirm this is the proper method of installation so I don't have the FC and GPS issues:

1. reboot into Bootstrap CWM
2. wipe Data/Factory Reset
3. wipe Cache/Dalvik cache
4. “backup and restore”
5. “advanced restore”
6. supercharged V5, and install it
7. reboot, then back into Bootstrap CWM
8. wipe Cache/Dalvik cache
9. install zip from sdcard
10. select supercharged V5 Update 1
11. flash it
12. reboot, then back into Bootstrap CWM
13. wipe Cache/Dalvik cache
14. install zip from sdcard
15. select supercharged V5 Update 2
16. flash it
17. reboot

After the last reboot, then I register my gmail account, get my apps back and such, right? Please confirm.
That's what i do. Works perfect

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Ok, I've got SCV5 (the backup) and both Update 1 and Update 2 on my sd card. I'm rooted and I have the bootstrap. I've read through most of the posts. I'm a little new to modding and have never installed a rom via backup. Will someone please confirm this is the proper method of installation so I don't have the FC and GPS issues:

1. reboot into Bootstrap CWM
2. wipe Data/Factory Reset
3. wipe Cache/Dalvik cache
4. “backup and restore”
5. “advanced restore”
6. supercharged V5, and install it
7. reboot, then back into Bootstrap CWM
8. wipe Cache/Dalvik cache
9. install zip from sdcard
10. select supercharged V5 Update 1
11. flash it
12. reboot, then back into Bootstrap CWM
13. wipe Cache/Dalvik cache
14. install zip from sdcard
15. select supercharged V5 Update 2
16. flash it
17. reboot

After the last reboot, then I register my gmail account, get my apps back and such, right? Please confirm.
I skip step 8 and 13.
It works perfect no fc or gps problem.

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