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[RECOVERY] fairphone FP1 (1st edition, repartitioned) CWM 6.0.5.0

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is this new recovery compatible with 1.6 FPOS (4.2.2) too? Or do i have to flash it back to the original one after testing?
 
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is this new recovery compatible with 1.6 FPOS (4.2.2) too? Or do i have to flash it back to the original one after testing?
Can confirm: Just flashed the new recovery 6.0.5.0 to 1.6 FPOS (Stock Android 4.2.2), perfectly compatible. Thanks a ton, Chris!
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when i do dd if=/storage/sdcard1/cwm-fp1-kk.0.1.img of=/dev/recovery

i always get an error:

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shell@android:/ $ dd if=/storage/sdcard1/cwm-fp1-kk.0.1.img of=/dev/recovery
dd if=/storage/sdcard1/cwm-fp1-kk.0.1.img of=/dev/recovery
/dev/recovery: cannot open for write: Permission denied
did i forget something?
 
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Before entering the command, enter
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su
to grant terminal superuser access.
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now the error is gone but how can i check if the new recovery is installed..

when i boot to recovery it looks like Stock-Recovery..



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shell@android:/storage/sdcard1 $ su dd if=/storage/sdcard1/cwm-fp1-kk.0.1.img of
=/dev/recovery
d1/cwm-fp1-kk.0.1.img of=/dev/recovery                                        <
 
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now the error is gone but how can i check if the new recovery is installed..
In Terminal, did you get a message confirming successful file transfer?
With Xposed & Gravity Box, I have a modified power button menu, including an option for rebooting to recovery.
My phone then rebboted into CWM recovery. Important: When rebooting from CWM recovery, don't forget to disable stock recovery, as the phone may attempt to return to it - CWM will ask you before shutting down.

Hope this helps!
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shell@android:/storage/sdcard1 $ su dd if=/storage/sdcard1/cwm-fp1-kk.0.1.img of
=/dev/recovery
d1/cwm-fp1-kk.0.1.img of=/dev/recovery                                        <
su and dd are two separate commands. Either you execute su first to gain root privileges and write your CWM image to /dev/recovery afterwards using dd, or you can use
su -c "single command you want to execute as root"
to, sort of, combine both.
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it worked now
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