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Same Question to the SGS4G forum as i asked in the Xoom :

Has anyone checked this recovery console project out? it's a GUI / TouchScreen based Android Recovery.

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@orionshock Yes, I did see this the other day.

Looks interesting. There are a few people kernel hacking around here, and I think I can say that currently we are just trying to get things to work.

I'm pretty close to posting something, but still having some problems. If I get that done, I might look at twrp.
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It would interesting to have
twrp for our phones

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I wonder if i could cross post this in the dev section to see if i can get one of the locals to look in on it....
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If I ask krylon for the CWM source, maybe I could see.

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Any news on this?
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I use TWRP on my Kindle Fire, it really isn't better than CWM, just different

My Contributions: My Guide on Flashing and Fixing Your SGS4G

Phone: Sprint LG G2
ROM: Nameless 4.4.2 thanks to the nameless team

Phone: Sprint Galaxy SIII(Retired)
ROM: SlimKat thanks to the Slim team

Phone: Samsung Galaxy S 4G(Retired)
ROM: SlimBean thanks to Team Kick Ass

Tablet: Nexus 7 (2013)
ROM: PA 4.1-Beta thanks to the PA Team

Tablet: Kindle Fire(Retired)
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