SMP PREEMPT Mon Mar 11 17:57:52 KST 2013
Unable to flash CWM using ROM manager.
Since I'm a newbie in terms of rooting and stuff, I've rooted my device using the easy one click root "Framaroot", and it was installed successfully. I just wanted a device with "Administrative" purposes, for some tweaks and have a custom recovery due its extra additional features like Nandroid Backups, just in case I've decided to install a custom ROM on a latter time and/ or other safety purposes. I'm quite afraid of Odin and other ways of rooting my phone, so I resorted to it.
What happened and what I've done:
After downloading ROM manager on playstore, I've flashed CWM, then I've tried to reboot on custom recovery, though what's appearing is still the default "android recovery". After that, I still tried to pursue it, I made a backup on CWM using ROM manager, but still, after rebooting my device, the same default android recovery is the one still appearing.
After such happening, I've tried to read some stuffs online, I'm not pretty sure and still skeptic about it since it was quite risky IMO. It's about flashing a kernel, and recovery something. I try to avoid using Odin or any use of PC (lol), but if that is the only way to help me install CWM, maybe I'll give it a shot.
Can you guys give me a "detailed" and "step-by-step" tutorial of how I can flash a custom recovery on my Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000, rooted using Framaroot and "never been modified ever since". If it needs flashing a kernel and other stuff, I'll be grateful to you guys if you can include it (or links).
Thank you in advance.