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[TUTORIAL] How To Install CWM on Galaxy Fame GT-S6810

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no need for root to flash cwm with odin.. recovery works on all 3 devices (10/10p/12).. as bugs i found only not mounting usb storage.. will test more today..

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no need for root to flash cwm with odin.. recovery works on all 3 devices (10/10p/12).. as bugs i found only not mounting usb storage.. will test more today..

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will this recovery makes .tar backups ???????????
 
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will this recovery makes .tar backups ???????????
yes. but maybe u'll get error when restore /data
 
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When I try to wipe dalvik cache an error appears but not really interrupts the process.

"E:unknown volume for path [/sd-ext]"
 
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When I try to wipe dalvik cache an error appears but not really interrupts the process.

"E:unknown volume for path [/sd-ext]"
that is because cwm search for dalvik on external sd and maybe you don't have one or cwm doesn't mount it.. the process is still wiping internal dalvik so that's the reason for not interrupting.. it's a normal thing
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that is because cwm search for dalvik on external sd and maybe you don't have one or cwm doesn't mount it.. the process is still wiping internal dalvik so that's the reason for not interrupting.. it's a normal thing
Oh. thanks for the information. and by the way. How is it going on the rom? sorry for the bad english.
 
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As i promised!
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2582851
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[*]Make sure ur galaxy fame already rooted[*]Open Terminal Emulator and type this :
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# dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p6 of=/sdcard/bak_recovery.img
# dd if=/sdcard/recovery.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p6
dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p6 of=/sdcard/bak_recovery.img is for backup up stock recovery
[*]CWM is installed. To check it, type "reboot recovery" to go to cwm. (without quotes)
Ran this command from terminal emulator and when I tried to boot it into recovery, the phone went dead. There is no signs of any activity and I pulled the battery out and when I press the power button, there is no response from the phone.

It's a brand new phone and it's dead already. Sigh!

Any ideas how to recover it? Thanks in advance for any and all replies.
 
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Ran this command from terminal emulator and when I tried to boot it into recovery, the phone went dead. There is no signs of any activity and I pulled the battery out and when I press the power button, there is no response from the phone.

It's a brand new phone and it's dead already. Sigh!

Any ideas how to recover it? Thanks in advance for any and all replies.
what ? have u copy recovery.img galfame to sdcard ?

try to flash stockrom using odin.
 
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Hello firends,

1 - ┐Was there a problem when trying this on GT-S6810 Galaxy Fame?

2 - ┐Does not this active counter flashing right?

3 - ┐Is functional recovery system with this CWM?

Greetings,
Diego

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