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Default [Recovery] Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP) - 2.2.1.5 (last update: 18 August 2012)

Hello everybody!

Yesterday I was thinking about a new app for Android, and this app would be able to comunicate with the recovery to schedule things like backup and restore. In 2011 I released "ROM Updater" (not that big success though) which used extendedcommands, an extension to the recoveries made by the team of CyanogenMod (it was indeed created to let the CM updater work).

ClockworkMod Recovery adopted this system, but the author probably didn't want the competition, so started to release the ClockworkMod recovery with encrypted extendedcommands. You can still recompile CWM and redistribute with the unencrypted commands, though I decided to opt for something less rouge-ish (why the hell should I recompile something that already "works"?).

Team Win Recovery Project is a 100% open-source recovery with a new scripting language, called "OpenRecoveryScript". It's just like extendedcommands, but without all the implications of "Premium"* or in any case limited API.

Well, TWRP is not only that, it's a full-multitouch recovery, easy to use. It's being built for a list of devices, and this list will be updated every time someone will compile the recovery for his own device. I decided to compile it for the P7500, hoping it will be added soon to the official list. In the mean while, I'll release the builds right here.

I've built and tested the recovery image for the P7500 (WiFi+GSM) and it's been confirmed that it works on the P7510 device too (WiFi only).

Goo.im GT-P7500 TWRP repository
TechErrata GT-P7500 TWRP repository

TWRP 2.2.1.5 - GT-P7500
openrecovery-twrp-2.2.1.5-gt-p7500.img (on Goo.im)
openrecovery-twrp-2.2.1.5-gt-p7500.img (on TechErrata.com)

TWRP 2.2.2.0 - GT-P7510 (thanks to MapleSyrup)
openrecovery-twrp-2.2.2.0-gt-p7510.img

How to flash:
- Copy the recovery into the storage partition (alias /sdcard)
- In adb, as root, execute dd if=/sdcard/recovery.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p2

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*I personally think that Koushik Dutta (the ClockworkMod guy), encrypting the commands with his distributions, played hard: ROM Manager is the "official" CyanogenMod updater (it's distributed along with any CM release even if it's not opensource (and the CM guys worked hard to take the closed-source apps out of their release)), de-facto everybody install the CWM recovery just 'cause it's already there (déjà vu Internet Explorer?). I think this is called "monopoly" and should be fought in any possible way.
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I'm all for true open source development, and will be watching your progress on this. Kudos and a thanks to you!

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I'd be willing to test for the p4vzw. If you build an image for it.

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This appears to work on my Wifi Galaxy Tab 10.1 (p7510). Although the log says "E: Unable to mount /sdcard" I can access the sdcard just fine. I tried updating to the latest droidbasement.com kernel and it flashed perfectly.

Oh, and thanks for the quick and easy non-odin way of flashing recoveries.
 
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The recovery is already in the goo.im repository
http://goo.im/devs/OpenRecovery/gt-p7500

The dropbox image is already update to fix the /sdcard "problem" ^^
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Would this work on a Galaxy Tab 10.1 wifi (p4wifi)?

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According to AAccount yes. Please confirm this, so that I'll tell the TWRP guys to add the repo for that device too and I'll update the title of the conversation here.
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I can say without a doubt that this is the best recovery I have used on any device in my 3 years with android phones. Wow! Graphics a bit grainy on the p7500, but functionality is fantastic! Thanks!
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Very nice recovery system, good to see other options. HTC users had several choices such as AmonRa and 4ext.
 
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Can confirm that it works on the WiFi only version. Thanks for the options , friend. Been running TWRP on my One X since the boot loader was unlocked, and I was missing it.

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LG Nexus 4:
Bootloader: Unlocked
ROM: Stock Rooted 4.3

ASUS Transformer TF300T:
Bootloader: Unlocked
ROM: AOKP 4.2.2

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