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Hi there,

Wow, looks like Cyanogenmod updated to 4.4.3 on the nightly and the new dialer looks much more easier to use. However, I got a question, a few nightly ago, I see a "recovery" folder in the nightly zip file...

Reading the changelog, it is noted that it's Version 6.0.4.9 for the CWM recovery (due to FreeGee, it's currently at 6.0.4.5).
http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/65162/

When I was upgrading to the new nightly, I got a prompt if I want to upgrade to the new CWM, I say no and it just booted and ready to go. However, since upgrading to the new nightly every night or so, it never prompt it again, so not sure if I can have that option to install the new version of CWM.

Is it possible to install it? Or just don't bother...

I got the LG e973...

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If you want the recovery jut unzip the ROM file and look around for the recovery file, most likely it's in a folder called recovery


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I know, but how do you install it. It's not an app or anything...

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If you want the recovery jut unzip the ROM file and look around for the recovery file, most likely it's in a folder called recovery


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I know, but how do you install it. It's not an app or anything...



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Save the .img recovery file to your phones root storage and download an app called Rashr - Recovery flasher from the play store and open it then press flash recovery from storage then choose the file and select recovery method


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Or do it like we did in old times, commands through terminal emulator or Fastboot.

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