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[RECOVERY] Patched TWRP recovery with adb working

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Latest driver v1.5.42.0 installed but still no luck with any of the TWRP versions so far. I'll come back to it if I get any ideas.

---------- Post added at 02:41 AM ---------- Previous post was at 02:17 AM ----------

I am running the full sdk for Windows too btw. Updated not too long ago.
Sorry not sure, I just retested on linux to make sure I wasn't confused, I just re-flashed the img from OP here and got the following:
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1|root@kltespr:/ # mount -o remount,rw /mnt/extSdCard/                         
Usage: mount [-r] [-w] [-o options] [-t type] device directory
1|root@kltespr:/ # ^D                                                          
1|shell@kltespr:/ $ ^D
mdonlon@susebox-02:/opt/s5/ND2_SD_SWAP> adb reboot recovery
mdonlon@susebox-02:/opt/s5/ND2_SD_SWAP> adb shell
~ # mdonlon@susebox-02:/opt/s5/ND2_SD_SWAP> adb push ROOTED_EXT4SD_boot.img /external_sd/
9936 KB/s (11423744 bytes in 1.122s)
mdonlon@susebox-02:/opt/s5/ND2_SD_SWAP> adb shell
~ # dd if=/external_sd/ROOTED_EXT4SD_boot.img /de
default.prop  dev/
~ # dd if=/external_sd/ROOTED_EXT4SD_boot.img /dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.
msm_sdcc.1/  msm_sdcc.3/
~ # dd if=/external_sd/ROOTED_EXT4SD_boot.img /dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/
by-name/     mmcblk0p11   mmcblk0p16   mmcblk0p20   mmcblk0p25   mmcblk0p6
by-num/      mmcblk0p12   mmcblk0p17   mmcblk0p21   mmcblk0p26   mmcblk0p7
mmcblk0      mmcblk0p13   mmcblk0p18   mmcblk0p22   mmcblk0p3    mmcblk0p8
mmcblk0p1    mmcblk0p14   mmcblk0p19   mmcblk0p23   mmcblk0p4    mmcblk0p9
mmcblk0p10   mmcblk0p15   mmcblk0p2    mmcblk0p24   mmcblk0p5    mmcblk0rpmb
~ # dd if=/external_sd/ROOTED_EXT4SD_boot.img of=/dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/
by-name/boot 
22312+0 records in
22312+0 records out
11423744 bytes (10.9MB) copied, 0.954531 seconds, 11.4MB/s
~ # mdonlon@susebox-02:/opt/s5/ND2_SD_SWAP> adb reboot
I can probably give it a try on windows, but not till later this week.
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has anyone used mobile odin to flash this recovery? i really hate hooking things up to the computer
 
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has anyone used mobile odin to flash this recovery? i really hate hooking things up to the computer
I know dd from a terminal emulator works, not sure about mobile odin though.

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I see that you fixed this a few posts later. I am experiencing the same thing and not sure what to do.

I was going to flash a new ROM. Backed up and then wiped, and on reboot I am getting this "unfortunately, SAE has stopped" error. Not sure how to get rid of it.

I am very inexperienced and not a developer so I really am not sure what you did to fix it reading your follow up posts. Any help please?
This is a fairly old release and TWRP is no longer compatible with the latest NE5 build unless you are running v2.8.0.1 which is here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2727406

Now, with this latest release a certain amount of users are reporting issues with backing up to external SD (TWRP folder appears blank in file explorers but the files are really there). Personally, I have not had this issue so I'm not sure what's going on yet and if its SD card related or what.

If you really want dependable backups and restores, I still recommend Philz Recovery. It has zero issues. However, I still use TWRP for flashing roms, mods updates and such because I prefer the nice touch interface and Philz touch interface is a little flakey for me for constant everyday use.

You can download any of these current recoveries from my hosted file server here:
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Edit...fixed it
Saw you edited while I was going on and on. Glad you got it worked out.
Still, some good info to know about TWRP and the latest NE5 build we are using on the Sprint Galaxy S5.
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