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Let users with no external SD to finish their backups without errors (it doesn't matter if you backup into external or internal SD)
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mount: mounting /dev/block/mmcblk1p1 on /sdcard failed: No such file or directory
Unable to find mounted volume: /sdcard
Error finding an appropriate backup handler.
The problem is that there's an error in res/etc/recovery.fstab (check=no - vfat partitions). This error won't let CWM mount /emmc and /sdcard.
amit fixed it forcing the mount with /sbin/postrecoveryboot.sh (as the name says, it is executed right after recovery boot), but I think he didn't consider the users with no external SD. Moreover you can't unmount /sdcard if you first don't unmount /sdcard/.android_secure.

That said, my question is: do we still need this script? https://github.com/XDA-Bam/samsung_k...ecoveryboot.sh
I'm sure the first two lines (mount etc) are useless. The problem is the rest. I think those lines could only give problems (starting from line 12, except the last one).

I don't know what happens if we leave this script as it is, I tried to do a backup with only the last line and for today no more backups and tries.
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@XDA_Bam ... could you include touch recovery too on your next release? it might be a solution to the home button problem. or is it causing issues on the kernel thats why you didnt implement it?
 
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@XDA_Bam ... could you include touch recovery too on your next release? it might be a solution to the home button problem. or is it causing issues on the kernel thats why you didnt implement it?
I don't know why he didn't use the touch version, but this one is good for me. If you need the touch version just because of the home button read this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=502

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sbin/postrecoveryboot.sh is not needed, even the last line. You can comment everything. /dbdata didn't even exist before my fix_permissions fix, this version of recovery uses /datadata.
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I don't know why he didn't use the touch version, but this one is good for me. If you need the touch version just because of the home button read this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=502

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sbin/postrecoveryboot.sh is not needed, even the last line. You can comment everything. /dbdata didn't even exist before my fix_permissions fix, this version of recovery uses /datadata.
OK. So, I will include your new recovery.fstab and delete the postrecovery script
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What is .iva ? I know whats .mpu and .ena ...

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is this normal? or is it just me?
i just recently installed this beta 12 kernel with CF root
before i did i flashed to XXKPE then DXKP9 which is standard stock in my country
then i flashed this kernel with CF root
wiped everything ... cache ... dalvik cache ... battery stats
the just installed the basics, go launcher , no games, no heavy apps as i was testing it still

i set everything as is by default
drained the battery yesterday and fully charged it in "off" state
its was full charged around 11:30 pm then i turned on my phone
as it was too late i went directly to sleep
when i woke up this morning 9:00 am
batt is already 81% and wasnt used

so should i changed governors or schedulers?
but from full to 81% in 9 hours 30 mins without use ... it really is draining fast


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i notice "maybe" cause of my fast battery drain ... before i was on stock for long time, no kernel and CF.root installations. my network signal is normally 3-4 bars. but after installing kernel i been getting 0-2 bars only on my network. 30 mins ago i tried using the network tweak that goes with the CWM ... still i get 0-2 bars.
 
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@XDA_Bam ... could you include touch recovery too on your next release? it might be a solution to the home button problem. or is it causing issues on the kernel thats why you didnt implement it?
because some people didnt like touch CWM, including me
 
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because some people didnt like touch CWM, including me
even with touch recovery you could still use the hardware buttons, those small 4 screen buttons doesnt block the screen of CWM Recovery
 
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even with touch recovery you could still use the hardware buttons, those small 4 screen buttons doesnt block the screen of CWM Recovery
but it take more space on screen, so i cant see the file name clearly.

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