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[TOUCHCOVERY] 4EXT Recovery Touch v1.0.0.6 RC 2

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7th March 2012, 05:21 PM   |  #231  
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thx madmaxx82, your recovery is best. i will include it on my roms for autoinstall because it is much better than other recoveries.

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Awesome. Speed is always a welcome addition. The second one is a killer feature. The best just got a whole lot better Thanks a ton madmaxx82.

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7th March 2012, 07:43 PM   |  #232  
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Thank you both very much

That was a long time that I hadn't say thank's @max for your incredible application who's fast, functional and aesthetic.
You're a great developer

A new version 1.0.0.4 RC2 for update
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26th March 2012, 02:51 PM   |  #233  
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That was a long time that I hadn't say thank's @max for your incredible application who's fast, functional and aesthetic.
You're a great developer

A new version 1.0.0.4 RC2 for update

Thanks a lot mate


RC3 is out of testing in case anyone missed it
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30th March 2012, 09:53 AM   |  #234  
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i am coming from CWM and want to switch to 4EXT Recovery because of what people are saying and what i have read, here's my question, im using CM7 with Rom Manager on it, should i uninstall it? then install 4EXT Recovery Control and overwrite CWM Recovery?or should i flash 4EXT in fastboot? thanks in advance
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Install 4ext recovery control and flash from within it. No need to uninstall first.

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I know about (mostly) system, data and cache partitions.
But what is "boot" partition used for ? At first I tought it was where the recovery and/or hboot were stored, but now I think that I am wrong...

Also, where are recovery/hboot stored ?

I am just curious there xD
2nd April 2012, 09:24 PM   |  #237  
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I know about (mostly) system, data and cache partitions.
But what is "boot" partition used for ? At first I tought it was where the recovery and/or hboot were stored, but now I think that I am wrong...

Also, where are recovery/hboot stored ?

I am just curious there xD

Hboot was mmcblk0p18 if i remember correctly, recovery i can't remember atm. Boot is the kernel.

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Is there someone with an htcdev unlocked/s-on desire s who would try out flashing boot/kernels directly from recovery?
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Hboot was mmcblk0p18 if i remember correctly, recovery i can't remember atm. Boot is the kernel.

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Great thanks for the information

My MIUI GB becomes laggy after some days of running, so I just tried to format this partition to install a clean kernel, well I guess this should be useless as a well done kernel updater would format the boot partition before install.
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Is there someone with an htcdev unlocked/s-on desire s who would try out flashing boot/kernels directly from recovery?

Looks like you're cooking up a revolution man!!! Would have loved to volunteer... but I'm revolutionary s-off so can't help out. But if you manage to pull this off, it would be an epic slap on the face to the stupid HTCDev unlock. I hope you manage to get this working:thumbup:

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