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CWM and TWRP Recovery For RAZR HD Developer Edition

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What is CWM? What is TWRP? What/How/Why is the recovery? Will this get me ANY closer to root?
 
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I have half figured it out. I still don't find the reason for the need of a custom recovery module.
 
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If you plan on flashing any ROMs, or making a nandroid backup you need a custom recovery.

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So I assume the latest TWRP is actually the twrp-2.4.3.0-recovery-vanquish.img?
 
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So has anyone flashed this with the bootloader unlocked yet? Just wondering if anything about install is different. Can't imagine why it would, but you never know...
 
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So has anyone flashed this with the bootloader unlocked yet? Just wondering if anything about install is different. Can't imagine why it would, but you never know...
Bootloader unlocked retail versions act as dev editions. Absolutely no difference from a usability standpoint..
 
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So I assume the latest TWRP is actually the twrp-2.4.3.0-recovery-vanquish.img?
Latest TWRP is 2.4.4.0

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TWRP 2.5.0.0 is the lastest, Just saw it.
 
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Will update OP tomorrow. Version is outdated.

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so i follow the instructions n wen it says to type in fastboot devices it isnt a proper command or something..

edit: tucs V3 worked for me
 
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You need to have the fastboot files in the same directory as the recovery image. If you are on windows that means the fastboot.exe and associated dll which are available from hashcode's site.

Edit: just saw you figured it out, disregard :P
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