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[Recovery] ClockworkMod v4.0.1.4 (with offmode charging/advanced backup)

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By arco68, Recognized Developer on 30th March 2011, 06:15 AM
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Hi all, here's a custom ClockworkMod recovery I've built, and are using personally. It has advanced backup and a wipe all function, which is useful for completely wiping the phone before flashing a new rom.

It also has support for offmode charging, so you can charge your phone while it's turned off. In addition to this, it fixes the old bug that you couldn't turn on the phone if it was turned off while it was charging.

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30th March 2011, 06:20 AM |#2  
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lolz

Anyways, trying this out, should be fine with unrevoked 3.32 right?

Edit: It looks nice too.
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lolz

Anyways, trying this out, should be fine with unrevoked 3.32 right?

Ye it is.

Wipe all formats all partitions, so it's REALLY clean. I always use this before installing from fresh.

NB. You loose Amend scripting and the ability to install Sense based roms, but you can use Rom Manager for that.
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Wipe all formats all partitions, so it's REALLY clean

So it wipes ext partitions too?
AND ALL OF SD CARD?

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NB. You loose Amend scripting and the ability to install Sense based roms, but you can use Rom Manager for that.

Yeah, I knew that much.
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So it wipes ext partitions too?
AND ALL OF SD CARD?.

Not sd card, but ext yes. Hmm, maybe I should remove wiping of ext from it?
Or maybe not, a wipe data/factory reset also wipes ext.
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Cool stuff.

Sent from my HTC Wildfire using XDA App
30th March 2011, 07:32 AM |#7  
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Seems like unrevoked 3.32 failed at getting root (with both stock Froyo and CM7 RC3), tried out with 3.14 and what came out was a success.



Thanks!

Download unrevoked 3.14 here: http://puu.sh/1ngI/unrevoked_3.14.exe
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what are the advanced restore functions?
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what are the advanced restore functions?

You can selectively restore stuff (boot, system, cache etc.), IIRC.

Edit: "Mount USB storage" seems to die after a few seconds of file copying, can anyone verify this?
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Edit: "Mount USB storage" seems to die after a few seconds of file copying, can anyone verify this?

I copied around ~10 MB of files using the 'Mount USB Storage' Function. Didn't die for this short while. Will try for some large files later.

Was holding out from updating CWM, but, glad I did it finally.

Somehow, I got another issue though, it seemed to kill the Superuser app. It always FC'ed. Had to remove it altogether and flash it again. (Market download also didn't fix it)
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