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[KERNEL] ClockworkMod Recovery 5.0.2.3 // Initramfs Template for Devs

2nd October 2011, 01:01 PM   |  #1  
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CLOCKWORKMOD-RECOVERY FOR GALAXY S II (AT&T)

for use with Stock ROMs

I'll update it every time something important has changed, like CWM changes or kernel updates from samsung.
It's built from samsung kernel sources + teamhacksung initramfs template.

Instructions
  • Power your device off
  • Boot into Download-Mode using Volume Up + Volume Down + Power
  • Hit Volume Up to accept the warning
  • Start Odin
  • Choose "SGH-I777_ClockworkMod-Recovery_X.X.X.X.tar" as PDA (no repartition)
  • Connect your Phone
  • Start flashing
  • After reboot you can easily root your device using SuperOneClick

Usage
Volume Up + Power brings your Phone into Recovery Mode.

VolUp + VolDn = Highlight Up/Dn
Power = toggles menus off/on
Home = Select
Back = Back

Download
Testing - 5.0.2.3: http://www.multiupload.com/QQKN7NJAFT (md5: 4fb905992461586966ee1a7991206e93)


Don't forget to thank koush for his awesome work on ClockworkMod / ROMManager.


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INITRAMFS TEMPLATE FOR DEVELOPERS

Here's a initramfs template you can use as a base for your haxx0ry:
https://github.com/teamhacksung/cloc...2att_initramfs

It's KG1 initramfs + ClockworkMod Recovery and necessary modifications to make it work.

Instructions
To make sure to include fresh modules (vermagic) use a buildscript like this:

build.sh (inside your kernel dir)
Code:
#!/bin/bash

INITRAMFSDIR=/home/user/android/samsung/galaxys2att_initramfs
TOOLCHAIN=/home/user/android/cyanogenmod/prebuilt/linux-x86/toolchain/arm-eabi-4.4.0/bin/arm-eabi-

make c1_rev02_usa_att_defconfig
make -j8 CROSS_COMPILE=$TOOLCHAIN CONFIG_INITRAMFS_SOURCE="$INITRAMFSDIR"

cp drivers/bluetooth/bthid/bthid.ko $INITRAMFSDIR/lib/modules/
cp drivers/net/wireless/bcm4330/dhd.ko $INITRAMFSDIR/lib/modules/
cp drivers/samsung/j4fs/j4fs.ko $INITRAMFSDIR/lib/modules/
cp drivers/scsi/scsi_wait_scan.ko $INITRAMFSDIR/lib/modules/
cp drivers/samsung/vibetonz/vibrator.ko $INITRAMFSDIR/lib/modules/

make -j8 CROSS_COMPILE=$TOOLCHAIN CONFIG_INITRAMFS_SOURCE="$INITRAMFSDIR"
Example updater-script: http://pastebin.com/RXqiVTMv
Kernel Sources: http://opensource.samsung.com

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2nd October 2011, 01:34 PM   |  #2  
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It is vol up+down and power to get into recover
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Can't wait till I get one today! Great work!

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Also running root now too ty!
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Also running root now too ty!

Are the buttons working like described?
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Yes they are working fine no issues. Root with superoneclick was fairly straight forward as well.
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Yes they are working fine no issues. Root with superoneclick was fairly straight forward as well.

I wish it was that easy for me. Coming from the iPhone jailbreaking scene, this stuff is like jibberish. They need a "rooting the gsII for dummies."
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Originally Posted by brock.higdon

I wish it was that easy for me. Coming from the iPhone jailbreaking scene, this stuff is like jibberish. They need a "rooting the gsII for dummies."

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1285894
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Originally Posted by brock.higdon

I wish it was that easy for me. Coming from the iPhone jailbreaking scene, this stuff is like jibberish. They need a "rooting the gsII for dummies."

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1285894


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Can someone who has flashed this and NOT flashed anything else get a system dump for us?

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