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Sweetness dude! Loved the AGAT recovery on my galaxy s3 when I had it. Looking forward to this
 
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Well, good news! Got the GN2 kernel stable so will be cloning this to start late today/early tomorrow.
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Well... first build attempt failed. On the plus side I can make the CM10.1 from repos now. Thanks to slick_rick for the assist!

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Hi garwyn. Just curious but what is different in this versus the standard clockworkmod recovery? I actually paid for the premium version of that awhile ago but dont really care for it any longer and just use twrp now.

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Hi garwyn. Just curious but what is different in this versus the standard clockworkmod recovery? I actually paid for the premium version of that awhile ago but dont really care for it any longer and just use twrp now.

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At the moment absolutely nothing.. It's pure unadulterated CWM from 10.1 base.
However, I'll be working on that down the road.
For example, I noticed it only backs up boot, recovery, system and data at the moment.

Not sure what the "premium" version does either - and certainly wouldn't recommend paying for any version of recovery.
Shouldn't be a need to.
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At the moment absolutely nothing.. It's pure unadulterated CWM from 10.1 base.
However, I'll be working on that down the road.
For example, I noticed it only backs up boot, recovery, system and data at the moment.

Not sure what the "premium" version does either - and certainly wouldn't recommend paying for any version of recovery.
Shouldn't be a need to.
It would be cool if you could build it so it is able to restore either backups also such as cwm and twrp backups..

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