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Interim ClockworkMod Touch Recovery for the HTC One X (+stock download)

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Hi folks!

Until such time as an official ClockworkMod recovery is available, I have created an interim (non official) ClockworkMod Touch release. Please note that the One X doesn't seem to enable access to USB when booted as recovery (proven by flashing the recovery partition with the insecure boot), so you will not be able to use ADB etc. at this time.

INSTALL AND USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!

Your bootloader must be unlocked via htcdev.com to install this.

To use, either flash via fastboot ('fastboot flash recovery r1-modaco-recovery-clockwork-touch-endeavoru.img') or boot directly ('fastboot boot r1-modaco-recovery-clockwork-touch-endeavoru.img').
MOD EDIT: warning!!! old recovery with charging issues and NO USB Mount use latest recovery from here or TWRP

I have also uploaded the stock recovery should you wish to flash it (e.g. for OTA).

Enjoy!
  • DOWNLOAD - MD5: f47ebe81400c00ddefc0499d2a18b9fd
  • DOWNLOAD - MD5: 4af6f2b658d2e13f72e928a72fcde9cd
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PS If you find this useful, details on how to donate should you wish to do so are available in the MoDaCo topic.
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You are the man!

What works actually?
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I did a backup and restore, I imagine most of the functions should work. The lack of USB (and therefore ADB) is annoying (i'm investigating), but that aside you should do all the stuff you need to.

Obviously it's a quick hack-up so use with care!

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Originally Posted by paulobrien

I did a backup and restore, I imagine most of the functions should work. The lack of USB (and therefore ADB) is annoying (i'm investigating), but that aside you should do all the stuff you need to.

Obviously it's a quick hack-up so use with care!

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Awesome news. Anything on s-off yet ?

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I did a backup and restore, I imagine most of the functions should work.

that is the most important thing to know
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Stock recovery download added should you wish to revert.

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Thanks Paul, that sounds really good!

The best would be if the Revolutionary team would now release the S-OFF tool which supports our device..
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Quote:
Originally Posted by paulobrien

I did a backup and restore, I imagine most of the functions should work. The lack of USB (and therefore ADB) is annoying (i'm investigating), but that aside you should do all the stuff you need to.

Obviously it's a quick hack-up so use with care!

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hey Paul in the ICS kernel there is a difference in the USB gadget... so there is different way to activate ADB... i will get to work on it...

but i need the mkbootimg parameters to repack the zImage and ramdisk...


BTW i will be working on my own version of touch recovery


here is a video of it workign on another of my supported devices...

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Yeah, it's not that - a fully working boot image that's OK in boot mode doesn't give you USB in recovery mode. Very odd.

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Yeah, it's not that - a fully working boot image that's OK in boot mode doesn't give you USB in recovery mode. Very odd.

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hmmm let me have a go at it... right now i am struggling with a pathetic net connection as my main internet line is down...

can u give me the complete mkbootimg repack command?
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