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[Q] Question about the recovery after rooting

7th February 2014, 10:24 AM |#1  
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Hey!
i just rooted my phone by this way : http://www.modaco.com/topic/366771-r...n-1-superboot/
and it works!

but now i need to install a custom recovery so i can install custom rom too!

how could i ? " i tried to use rom manager but he shows me that my device is not supported officially by CWR

any help ?
 
 
7th February 2014, 11:36 AM |#2  
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Hey!
i just rooted my phone by this way : http://www.modaco.com/topic/366771-r...n-1-superboot/
and it works!

but now i need to install a custom recovery so i can install custom rom too!

how could i ? " i tried to use rom manager but he shows me that my device is not supported officially by CWR

any help ?

ok solved!

but i got another problem

i can't mount usb storage at the recovery mode!
i flashed CWM And TW .. and the same

how can i solve it ?
7th February 2014, 12:26 PM |#3  
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ok solved!

but i got another problem

i can't mount usb storage at the recovery mode!
i flashed CWM And TW .. and the same

how can i solve it ?

What do you mean by usb storage? You can flash your rom by sideloading it under your recovery.

adb sideload rom-name.zip
7th February 2014, 12:37 PM |#4  
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What do you mean by usb storage? You can flash your rom by sideloading it under your recovery.

adb sideload rom-name.zip

when u open the recovery go to mount then mount usb storage
it makes ur pc read your phone so you can transfer some files
i used it many times in my old phone " Nexus s "

and I'm using mac so i don't this command will work
7th February 2014, 12:41 PM |#5  
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when u open the recovery go to mount then mount usb storage
it makes ur pc read your phone so you can transfer some files
i used it many times in my old phone " Nexus s "

and I'm using mac so i don't this command will work

I'm also using a mac. if your downloading the sdk from google u go to sdk/platform-tools and theres the adb file.

Next you need to place the rom file in the same folder

then you need to go to your recovery under install from sideload

and then in your terminal

./adb sideload rom-name.zip

after transfering from mac it gets installed directly
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7th February 2014, 02:01 PM |#6  
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I'm also using a mac. if your downloading the sdk from google u go to sdk/platform-tools and theres the adb file.

Next you need to place the rom file in the same folder

then you need to go to your recovery under install from sideload

and then in your terminal

./adb sideload rom-name.zip

after transfering from mac it gets installed directly

Thanks!
so if i want to transfer a file without installing it " if it zip too "
coz i want to try it .. but i just wanna try that it works without installing a rom

is it possible ?

and again thanks!
7th February 2014, 02:16 PM |#7  
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Thanks!
so if i want to transfer a file without installing it " if it zip too "
coz i want to try it .. but i just wanna try that it works without installing a rom

is it possible ?

and again thanks!

that should be tricky trying a rom without installing it.
The only solution I know would be doing a backup before. Then installing it and then restoring the backup.

There should be some other recovery where u can manage your roms. but I cant remember.
7th February 2014, 03:22 PM |#8  
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that should be tricky trying a rom without installing it.
The only solution I know would be doing a backup before. Then installing it and then restoring the backup.

There should be some other recovery where u can manage your roms. but I cant remember.

i tried CMW and TW .. same thing happened!

i just wanna say Thank you again
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