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A working recovery for Samsung Conquer 4g!!!
Needs Root!
V. 5.0.2.7

1.Download the files below
2.Move flash_image (in the zip folder) and CWMR.img to your sd card
3.On your phone download root explorer
4.Move flash_image to /data/local using root explorer
5.Download a terminal Emulator on your phone
6.Open the terminal and put in:

Code:
$ su
# /data/local/flash_image recovery /sdcard/CWMR.img
7.Than to make sure it doesn't revert to stock recovery put in:

Code:
# mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock9 /system
to make sure its in rw mode put:

Code:
# mount | grep system
than:

Code:
# chmod 444 /system/etc/install-recovery.sh
(dont worry if you get an error not found some phones dont have this)


Credit goes to utankos over at rootwiki for creating the recovery.
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Default Need some clarification

Perfect timing. I am just now starting to learn how to root my conquer 4g. I am having some issue locating this folder "/data/local/"

/data/local/flash_image recovery /sdcard/CWMR.img

I have installed the Root Browser - free version on my phone, but still not able to find the directory. Am I supposed to create the "local" folder within the /data folder?

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Perfect timing. I am just now starting to learn how to root my conquer 4g. I am having some issue locating this folder "/data/local/"

/data/local/flash_image recovery /sdcard/CWMR.img

I have installed the Root Browser - free version on my phone, but still not able to find the directory. Am I supposed to create the "local" folder within the /data folder?

Thanks.
I have never ran into a problem like this but do so in the /data folder on your phone and sorry this has taken so long I haven't been on XDA for a while. Tell me if it works.
 
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Default /data/local dir in root browser

Hi, in order to properly see the /data/local folder which is a hidden folder you need to access it as root. If you installed root browser before the phone wa rooted it already checked for root access and was denied. From then on it will run without root permissions. you need to gran it root access before you can access hidden folders the easiest way would be to erase the data of root browser in options|applications.
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Thanks for this, works great!
 
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Thanks for this, works great!
Actually I'm having difficulties getting the CWM recovery to be permanent. When I reboot it reverts back to stock recovery. I followed all of the instructions on the tutorial that you provided.
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