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would you please port 2.7.0.0 for our tab??
 
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would you please port 2.7.0.0 for our tab??
There are no commits on their github (https://github.com/TeamWin/Team-Win-...ommits/twrp2.7) since Nov 03, 2013. We already have them all as I've built recovery with latest source on January 2014. Or they forgot to commit their changes to github
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Just noticed that "Use rm -rf instead of formatting" is checked by default. What's the difference between the two commands?
 
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Just noticed that "Use rm -rf instead of formatting" is checked by default. What's the difference between the two commands?
rm -rf just deletes files. That command is always safe. Formatting creates new file system, it can be dangerous.
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rm -rf just deletes files. That command is always safe. Formatting creates new file system, it can be dangerous.
Thanks, googled it as well. "rm -rf" is similar to "delete_recursive". But I always do "format" command in updater-script, which I think, correct me if I'm wrong is similar to the format function in recovery wherein you have to set the type of file system because this command invokes "mkfs".
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