There is a blue shortcut called reboot. I guess it changes a variable so that I do not have to press the buttons sound up + menu + power at the same time. It causes my device to reboot into CWM every time I power off.
But the nasty part is, wiping data and cache, resetting permissions, or re flashing X-sam's rom does not change CWM from booting into itself.
What can I do?
I have Clockworkmod version 126.96.36.199 Can I somehow flash a new CWM version from within my current CWM??
Edit # 2:
With help of the recovery file mentioned in this thread I could boot normally again past CWM recovery into Android. =)
But because I done a few updates, I installed an older version of CWM I guess. But al least Android is booting again.
Re-done the Rooting procedure mentioned in under the section "Rooting cwm odin section" in the forum thread:
After getting my CWM 188.8.131.52 back, I started the CWM backup program and placed all system and apps back.
Everything is working like before...pheww....
Bottom line..... don't press that nice blue button "reboot". It somehow executes a reboot into recovery and causes an endless loop.