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thanks alot man, as far as the RSD lite goes i kno my way aroung that. so i should be good. but as for the first thing you suggested. about the CVM on Recovery Zip? i wanna learn how to do that, meaning install CVM properly. if you could explain or shot me a link to where i read up on it.
Sorry KEB - not to step on your toes or anything, but...

Get and install the A2 Bootstrap from here.

You can now boot into "Recovery" mode through the Bootstrap app. You can test it first or you can just go and get the CWM on Boot zip files here. Download the two zip attachments in the first post to your sdcard.
Then open the A2 Bootstapper app - click the top button, then ok, then the 2nd button.. and viola! It will boot into recovery.
Then wipe your cache partition, and dalvik cache, and install zip from sdcard. "...Global..." zip makes it boot into recovery every time you reboot, and the "..Remove.." zip removes it.
Good luck. Happy reading!
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Sorry KEB - not to step on your toes or anything, but...

Get the A2 Bootstrap from here.
Get ROM Manager from the Google Play Store.
Install both.
You can now boot into "Recovery" mode through the Bootstrap app. You can test it first or you can just go and get the CWM on Boot zip files here. Download the two zip attachments in the first post to your sdcard.
Then open the A2 Bootstapper app - click the top button, then ok, then the 2nd button.. and viola! It will boot into recovery.
Then wipe your cache partition, and dalvik cache, and install zip from sdcard. "...Global..." zip makes it boot into recovery every time you reboot, and the "..Remove.." zip removes it.
Good luck. Happy reading!
thanks for that good explaination on that. now i gotta figure out why my laptop isn't seeing my phone...=/
 
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thanks for that good explaination on that. now i gotta figure out why my laptop isn't seeing my phone...=/
Make sure you have the drivers downloaded for the Atrix 2. :)
 
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Make sure you have the drivers downloaded for the Atrix 2. :)
By "seeing your phone," do you mean ADB-wise? Settings -> Applications -> Development -> USB Debugging (enable)
 
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PM me if you need any help. I have Supercharged V5 update 2 running and I love it. there are some things you need to do to make sure it works right though.
 
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thanks alot! i will do..
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