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Default [CWM] 6.0.1.0 and how to root

Shabbypenguin and the OUDHS
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ClockWorkMod Recovery 6.0.1.0
for your Motorola Photon Q LTE

You need to be unlocked to use this i suggest following this guide

http://shabbypenguin.com/?developer=...&folder=asanti

Code:
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fastboot flash recovery cwmrecovery.img
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Congrats you now have CWM now if you wish to root youll need to follow these instructions
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SuperSU+ 1.25


Directions:

1) Download the above file
2) Connect your phone and copy them to your phone
3) Once they are copied power down your device
4) Hold volume up and power to enter Clockworkmod recovery
5) Navigate recovery by using the volume keys and power to select
6) Choose install zip from sdcard, then pick internal or external (where you copied it to)
7) Scroll down to the SuperSU+.zip and select it to install

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Congrats you are rooted! this procedure will work on any firmware update you guys get
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Bugs:
Usb mass storage isnt working, means i need to track down the MS file.. its somewhere on the phone (not in /system) so that might be a min before that gets fixed :P

Credits:
Bliss for obtaining the images
jrobgood for helping test
Rangerbry for helping test
KitsunePaws for helping test
mattlgroff for his assitance


im not much for writing so give me some time and ill update it and make it better as i go :P

also since this is a beta i need someone to help make sure things are gunna work fine, do a nandroid backup and verify with me that things worked before trying to restore or flashing random things ya know? if it turns out i typed in systm instead of system you could restore the wrong stuff to the wrong spot ya know?

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Does SuperSU have to be used or can ChainsDD SuperUser be used?

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Does SuperSU have to be used or can ChainsDD SuperUser be used?

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i merely posted it just out of convenience

no idea if this device has t he infamous /system/etc/install-recovery.sh which would wipe out cwm on boot
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Just did a quick check there is /system/etc/install-recovery.sh i dont know if it will screw things up.

I havent unlocked yet so if you still need any stock images let me know shabby.

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Just did a quick check there is /system/etc/install-recovery.sh i dont know if it will screw things up.

I havent unlocked yet so if you still need any stock images let me know shabby.

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yes i would love to have a locked bootloader pulled so we could use that to compare against the unlocked one and possibly hold some hope for teh future :P

reuploaded cwm, seems there is some issues im testing thru to get resolved

EDIT: and just like that my prior experience on the sgs3 pays off :P

command line for anyone else looking to repack kernels btw :P

mkbootimg --cmdline "console=/dev/null androidboot.hardware=qcom user_debug=31 loglevel=1 msm_rtb.filter=0x3F kgsl.mmutype=gpummu" --kernel ./Path/to/zImage --ramdisk ./Path/To/ramdisk.gz --base 0x80200000 --ramdiskaddr 0x81600000 -o ./Path/To/Output/boot.img
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thanks so much dude from everybody we all know you didn't have to even consider spending your time trying to accomplishe this for us
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Thanks a lot, shabby for spending your time on this. And pass on a great thank you to everyone else on the covert team...

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amazing, just noticed source was up.. i could have built cwm as soon as i knew that was up :/

oh wells :P
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What's as effective as pulling battery if you eff something up? Stuck in backup/restore menu with no back button.

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