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Installing TWRP over CWM

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By Jorian85, Junior Member on 13th April 2014, 09:04 AM
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This may be a noob question but I've been stuck in Steve Jobs' walled garden for a couple years.
I've got the unofficial CWM recovery right now but I see they released a TWRP recovery now. Can I just use goomanager to install it or do I need to somehow remove CWM first?

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13th April 2014, 07:32 PM |#2  
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Just install it. CWM will be replaced by TWRP.
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I haven't heard anyone confirm goomanager working although I don't see why it wouldn't. People have confirmed flashify working. Like robocuff said though, flash right over cwm

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14th April 2014, 07:08 AM |#4  
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I found an article saying use goomanager is all. Will give it a shot, now I can't find the article again.

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You can also just get ADB and the prereq's setup on your computer and ADB push TWRP to your device. It's pretty easy. Pushing itself takes about 1 minute (including the time it takes to reboot to the bootloader, push the TWRP image, and reboot afterwards). Getting the ADB files and HTC drivers takes only a little longer (depending on your download speeds).
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I grab flashify from then play store downloaded the IMG file from the op AMD flashed it through flashify. Worked perfect

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