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[UPDATED 7/26 - v1.4] Pimped out recovery image with new features

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7th June 2009, 11:02 PM   |  #1  
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This recovery hasn't been maintained in almost a year.

Use Clockwork or Amon_RA.

Mods please close
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7th June 2009, 11:05 PM   |  #2  
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WOW keep it coming... Thanks for your constant dedication
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nice, flashing now.
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One thing I'd like to see is maybe a way to flash more than just - even if it's just being able to flash,, etc.. idealy, Alt-S would scan your SD card for any files that start with "update"For instance, I'm stuck like chuck on the hero theme right now, so whenever I update my ROM, I have to restart and then reflash the theme. couldjust name them and
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Epic dude, thanks for the quick response on this!
7th June 2009, 11:13 PM   |  #6  
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Thanks a bunch man, you're seriously awesome.
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Lovely work.
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This is a stupid question
how exactly do you use this, and do you type that command in terminal?
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Originally Posted by darock159

how exactly do you use this, and do you type that command in terminal?

Do it in terminal. It is the same as JF recovery. Home and Power.

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