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[Q] remove philz recovery

19th April 2014, 11:09 AM |#1  
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hi every body

i want to remove philz recovery

i use stock 205 rom on my xperia T with root & recovery
can you help me please????
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19th April 2014, 05:35 PM |#2  
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hi
as far as I know u should flash ur Stock ROM with flashtools.

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19th April 2014, 10:24 PM |#3  
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as far as I know u should flash ur Stock ROM with flashtools.

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but i don't wanna lose my current rom & data
19th April 2014, 11:40 PM |#4  
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Why would you want to remove recovery? There is nothing you'll gain with that...

But you can flash a kernel that has no recovery added to your device. Make sure you use one of the 4.3 kernels. Not sure if there are any without recovery and with root though...

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20th April 2014, 12:03 AM |#5  
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Why would you want to remove recovery? There is nothing you'll gain with that...

But you can flash a kernel that has no recovery added to your device. Make sure you use one of the 4.3 kernels. Not sure if there are any without recovery and with root though...

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thanks but i don't have stock kernet but flashed stock rom without wipe & exc. every thing except kernel but don't have any effect !!!!!
20th April 2014, 03:12 AM |#6  
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Are you using back normal CWM?
20th April 2014, 06:09 AM |#7  
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Are you using back normal CWM?

No I don't need recovery for A while
20th April 2014, 07:52 AM |#8  
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thanks but i don't have stock kernet but flashed stock rom without wipe & exc. every thing except kernel but don't have any effect !!!!!

I don't know why you're trying to remove the recovery, it makes no difference at all. If you had searched first in the Philz Recovery thread, you would have run into this, which tells you how to remove it.

But then again, if you flashed stock FTF ROM, then you have stock kernel. Just uncheck all of the "wipe" check boxes, and exclude all except the "kernel", and you'll get the stock kernel. Or you can extract the kernel.sin itself with 7zip or probably WinRar from the FTF, and flash that in fastboot mode.

As a recommendation, flashing a ROM without wiping /data and/or /system is, IMO, a bad idea. You can always backup/restore your data with apps like Titanium Backup.
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I don't know why you're trying to remove the recovery, it makes no difference at all. If you had searched first in the Philz Recovery thread, you would have run into this, which tells you how to remove it.

But then again, if you flashed stock FTF ROM, then you have stock kernel. Just uncheck all of the "wipe" check boxes, and exclude all except the "kernel", and you'll get the stock kernel. Or you can extract the kernel.sin itself with 7zip or probably WinRar from the FTF, and flash that in fastboot mode.

As a recommendation, flashing a ROM without wiping /data and/or /system is, IMO, a bad idea. You can always backup/restore your data with apps like Titanium Backup.

thank you very much man my problem has been solved
verty thanks again.
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