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[RECOVERY] CWMR 5.0.2.7 for the SGHI927(R) - Alpha

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2nd April 2012, 10:51 PM   |  #41  
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you can try Flashing cwm then download this zip, put it to SDcard then flash via CWM. I have not tried this step before so you're on your own here.

Alternatively, flash ardatdat's Kernel. It will give you root without flashing a ROM. Again, I have not tested, but others confirmed that this worked for them.

If you don't want OC you can Odin flash uknatos' kernel.

Thanks!!! A LOT!. Directly Flashing the superuser app didn't worked. It ended on install aborted.

BUT with ardatdat's Kernel worked flawlessly. Thank you! And due to having CWM before attempting ANYTHING, i was able to do a nandroid backup. (So now I have my own non touched ATT rom)
This thread should be pinned on development, AND included as the first step of rooting the Glide.... Would avoid many, many bricks...

Thank you!
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17th April 2012, 08:36 AM   |  #42  
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do we gonna see a new update for the CWMR?
or at least getting out form the alpha stage?
AFAIK the alpha version is stable and working great for users here, so maybe we can graduate it to RC or even final version?

utkanos i hope you are still with us and will continue work on the glide, especially now that we have ICS coming to us in the near future and probably need a new CWMR.
17th April 2012, 03:10 PM   |  #43  
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Originally Posted by taiber2000

do we gonna see a new update for the CWMR?
or at least getting out form the alpha stage?
AFAIK the alpha version is stable and working great for users here, so maybe we can graduate it to RC or even final version?

utkanos i hope you are still with us and will continue work on the glide, especially now that we have ICS coming to us in the near future and probably need a new CWMR.

I think enough users have tested it so at this point if everything is working well then the current version will be stable going forward. I will update cwmr along with the mainline cwmr when updates come out for it for you guys.
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17th April 2012, 04:41 PM   |  #44  
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thanks utkanos
can't wait to put my dirty hands on the glide
17th April 2012, 07:19 PM   |  #45  
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I think enough users have tested it so at this point if everything is working well then the current version will be stable going forward. I will update cwmr along with the mainline cwmr when updates come out for it for you guys.

We appreciate all your work! I just haven't got the courage to flash my phone as of yet. But When I do, this will be the first thing I flash! I am just afraid as this is the only phone I have and if for some unknown reason I don't get it going, I will be with no phone till I get it back up and running.
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My fault I'm retarded.. haven't slept since yesterday. Disregard
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Thanks!!! A LOT!. Directly Flashing the superuser app didn't worked. It ended on install aborted.

BUT with ardatdat's Kernel worked flawlessly. Thank you! And due to having CWM before attempting ANYTHING, i was able to do a nandroid backup. (So now I have my own non touched ATT rom)
This thread should be pinned on development, AND included as the first step of rooting the Glide.... Would avoid many, many bricks...

Thank you!

The non-touched att rom is going to be a life saver. You could update the coming ICS to your phone and create a stock rom for everyone

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I too have an untouched AT&T nandroid backup, When ICS gets released, how would I update to it? (I will restore the nandroid, then update) but do I have to get rid of Clockwork Recovery?
7th May 2012, 10:51 PM   |  #49  
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Odin flashing stock rom. That removes everything.I think

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I'm an odin noob, please check my other question in the general thread.

Thanks guys.

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