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Hello, first of all I ask sorry for my English is very bad,
Now, I have a problem I have damaged the POWER and HOME buttons, and I'm on JVU stock

* cm10.2 would like to install from a recovery but without the home button I can not install it, the solution would someone pass me some RECOVERY TOUCH, maybe some serious TWRP or something, to install the rom from whether thank you very much
 
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Search on Google Playstore for a widget that can reboot into recovery then flash cf-root to get CWM and root. http://bit.ly/RgA6YS
EDIT: CMW uses the power button to navigate so if you have a damaged power button not sure if you'll be able to use it anyway, only other option is to flash a touch screen version of CWM.
EDIT: PhilZ Touch recovery, but i think it's bundled with a CM11 kernel? http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2588649
EDIT: If you can find a widget that'll reboot you into recovery mode you could flash ''Mackay CM9'' http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2660668 it has TWRP 2.2.2.0 recovery and it's the rom I'm using. highly recommended.
 
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Search on Google Playstore for a widget that can reboot into recovery then flash cf-root to get CWM and root. http://bit.ly/RgA6YS
EDIT: CMW uses the power button to navigate so if you have a damaged power button not sure if you'll be able to use it anyway, only other option is to flash a touch screen version of CWM.
EDIT: PhilZ Touch recovery, but i think it's bundled with a CM11 kernel? http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2588649
EDIT: If you can find a widget that'll reboot you into recovery mode you could flash ''Mackay CM9'' http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2660668 it has TWRP 2.2.2.0 recovery and it's the rom I'm using. highly recommended.
Thanks Man! but i need to navigate and select Wipe data and install zip from sd card but i dont have home button! anyway thanks
 
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The only thing I can suggest is to flash a rom (if you can boot into download mode) which has touch recovery, Mackay CM9 has TWRP. sorry can't help much.
EDIT: actually there's an app called "button remapper" (needs root) http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=850464 maybe you could try remapping the faulty buttons.
 
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Thanks Man! but i need to navigate and select Wipe data and install zip from sd card but i dont have home button! anyway thanks
In CWM you don't need home button at all. Navigating with volume buttons / confirm with power button.

I would suggest you to install Mackay ICS 2014 CM9 based. It features TWRP, it is much faster than CM10.2 and has also better battery life.

Around pages 3-5 mohammad.affaneh has posted flashable zip SystemUI (just link to it) which gives you functions power button by touching uppest right screen corner (minutes of the time). Zip doesn't work in other ROMs

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In CWM you don't need hime button at all. Navigating with volume buttons / confirm with power button.

I would suggest you to install Mackay ICS 2014 CM9 based. It features TWRP, it is much faster than CM10.2 and has also better battery life.

Around pages 3-5 mohammad.affaneh has posted flashable zip SystemUI (just link to it) which gives you functions power button by touching uppest right screen corner (minutes of the time). Zip doesn't work in other ROMs

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Ok men but i dont have power button too! thanks for reply
 
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Ok men but i dont have power button too! thanks for reply
You can use USB jig to turn into download mode if necessary and ADB to reboot into recovery.
Once you are rooted, app QuickBoot can do all basic boot commands with just touching a screen.

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