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By rkelsen, Junior Member on 16th May 2014, 02:35 PM
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Hi,
Just wondering how to boot a 100% stock z1c into recovery? Does the bootloader need to be unlocked? Some instructions said to press volume up or down a few times when the notification light comes on, but the light doesn't turn on.
Sorry for the newbie question...

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16th May 2014, 03:19 PM |#2  
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There is no stock recovery. You can install a custom recovery (e.g. CWM, TWRP, etc.) without unlocking the bootloader. There are a few tutorials on the forum.
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That explains it! Thanks Chief.

It looks like unlocking the bootloader then installing Cwm is the easiest way to go. I'm not interested in Drm.
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That explains it! Thanks Chief.

It looks like unlocking the bootloader then installing Cwm is the easiest way to go. I'm not interested in Drm.

Keep in mind DRM keys = warranty. Your last sentence also means "I'm not interested in warranty"
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Yeah, I'm tinkering with it. I thought that much was obvious!

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1st July 2014, 03:49 PM |#6  
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There is no stock recovery. You can install a custom recovery (e.g. CWM, TWRP, etc.) without unlocking the bootloader. There are a few tutorials on the forum.

Hi zxz

Could you please tell me where the tutorials are? I'm unable to find them

Thanks a lot
1st July 2014, 05:20 PM |#7  
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Hi zxz

Could you please tell me where the tutorials are? I'm unable to find them

Thanks a lot

As far as I understand you have to root your device first to install a recovery - i might be wrong though

Try here for a foolproof rooting method:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2784900

In the "What you can do next" section there is a link to NUTs dualrecovery - works like a charm and is reaally easy to install.
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3rd July 2014, 03:02 PM |#8  
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As far as I understand you have to root your device first to install a recovery - i might be wrong though

Try here for a foolproof rooting method:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2784900

In the "What you can do next" section there is a link to NUTs dualrecovery - works like a charm and is reaally easy to install.

Thank you xCJ999,

I'm just wondering that if it possible for me to install only one CWM recovery without unlocking the bootloader?

Cheers
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Thank you xCJ999,

I'm just wondering that if it possible for me to install only one CWM recovery without unlocking the bootloader?

Cheers

uhm, not sure I understand what you want ... cwm recovery without twrp? what would be the downside of being able to choose between 2 recoveries?

You can install dualrecovery without unlocking your bootloader and get both philz & twrp. There is a link for installing cwm:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2620794
But for that one you need to unlock your Bootloader.
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