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[RECOVERY] TWRP 2.6.3.0 touch recovery [2013-09-16]

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Yes, but you can use the GooManager app with TWRP and all of the features in GooManager are free as well. Can't beat the price of free!
 
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So is this one of those more automated managers like Rom Manager? I heard that can mess up pretty easily compared to CWM
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I know this is probably a very noob question, but do I have to uninstall clockwork mod recovery before using this one?
 
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I know this is probably a very noob question, but do I have to uninstall clockwork mod recovery before using this one?
You can't uninstall it, but it would overwrite it.

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I do that all the time on 4EXT using the controller app.

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Guess I never spent enough time playing around with the app then. Lol. I prefer doing everything in recovery, despite the apps making things more convenient. Either way, 4ext and twrp both are great to use.

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Guess I never spent enough time playing around with the app then. Lol. I prefer doing everything in recovery, despite the apps making things more convenient. Either way, 4ext and twrp both are great to use.

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It wasn't always a feature on 4ext, so you may have left before it was added.
 
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I really want to try this. I installed GooManager, but I have no idea where to find this app....

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EDIT: Nevermind, found it. Just hit menu then install openrecovery script! I edited this so hopefully others will find it if they couldn't find it initially like me
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Is there some special way to check md5's in twrp? I have the file on my sd card... I keep getting that the md5 file is not found.
 
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Is there some special way to check md5's in twrp? I have the file on my sd card... I keep getting that the md5 file is not found.
Open twrp go to settings> and press force check MD5 check on all zips also I would press enable MD5 checking of backup files

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