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By chadhoard, Senior Member on 11th February 2014, 11:57 AM
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For some reason, I can no longer boot into recover when using the power/vol up buttons. Can I re flash a recovery to fix or use an app every time I want to get into recovery?

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11th February 2014, 12:25 PM |#2  
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Yes, you can use apps like Goo Manager and ROM Manager for these functions. Also, Cyanogenmod 11 has a setting in Developer Options to allow reboot to recovery from the power menu.

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Originally Posted by chadhoard

For some reason, I can no longer boot into recover when using the power/vol up buttons. Can I re flash a recovery to fix or use an app every time I want to get into recovery?

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As JHall8 stated, you can use ROM Manager for this. Or, Gravity Box has an advanced power menu option that will allow you to reboot into recovery as well. It works perfectly.
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