here's the official ClockWork Mod recovery, built from the Gingerbread branch.
Disclaimer: this piece of software is not for the unexperienced and might bring you in a situation you can't resolve yourself. So don't use it if you fear the potential danger of bricking your device. I am responsible for nothing related to this piece of software and therefore won't help. If you decide to use it anyway you agree to be ultimately responsible for all consequences that may occur. So you have been warned !
I don't use ODIN, so I only provide the images file.
If someone want to make the Odin files, just reply in this post with the download link so I can update this post.
That list is a list of Kernel features, the recovery can't have those tweaks inside,
Feacore Phoenix = Kernel
Feamod = Recovery
Right, my fault. I misunderstood things.
The differences between this and the FeaMod recovery are these: https://github.com/manveru0/FeaMod-R...s/gingerbread/
Every manveru0 commit (like replacing sd-ext by sdcard or changing some message) isn't included in the official one. Also, this one has some upstream change that aren't included in the FeaMod recovery because manveru0 left.
Hey, thank you for this. Finally someone is working again on the CWM recovery.
I just want to ask you something about a problem which I encountered during the development of my ROM Crybernation with AROMA-INSTALLER.
Its about the colors in CWM.
The colors on the screen seems to be right, but when I take a sreenshot in CWM with DDMS I get a red picture.
In AROMA there is a blue tint in CWM. But the screenshots have the correct colors. ( See attachments below)
So amarullz the developer of AROMA-INSTALLER said that there is something wrong with the framebuffer.
I'm not that familiar with this but perhaps you have an idea what could be wrong. So you think you can solve this problem?
Also could you delete the additional "No's", like manveru0 did it?
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