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[Recovery][P760/765/768][2013/11/24] TWRP 2.6.1.0 Recovery

21st November 2013, 04:39 PM |#1  
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Teamwin Recovery Project 2.6.1.0 for P760/765/768

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Backup and restore work fine for me. I don't edit anything just build it from their source.

Only for phone with Unlocked bootloader!

How to install
Via fastboot
  • Download .img recovery file
  • Boot your phone to Bootloader mode (Fastboot mode) by Lelus' method or "adb reboot oem-unlock" or QuickBoot app
  • Flash it with "fastboot flash recovery p768-twrp-2.6.1-recovery.img"
  • Then reboot with "fastboot reboot"
Via Recovery
  • Download .zip recovery and put it in sdcard
  • Boot to your recovery
  • Install TWRP recovery zip file
  • Reboot

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Bugs / known issues
  • Internal sdcard mount at /sdcard not /data/media
  • There're option to select internal/external backup & restore, at the folder title. At first I confuse because default backup location is internal.

Version History
  • 2013/11/24 - Fix Wip /data problem. TWRP don't format /data by default do /data/media is preserved. But you have an option to format /data.
  • 2013/11/21 - Initial release

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Great Works...
Great work but can u do the same for P760/765...
21st November 2013, 05:00 PM |#4  
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Great work but can u do the same for P760/765...

I will do it after I build new CM 10.2 kernel for P760.
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I will do it after I build new CM 10.2 kernel for P760.

Thnks in advance....
21st November 2013, 05:10 PM |#6  
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I will do it after I build new CM 10.2 kernel for P760.

We need devs on this side now (P760)
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We need devs on this side now (P760)

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Thnks in advance....

TWRP 2.6.1.0 for P760 is up in OP. I test it on my phone and it can restore my P768 TWRP backup. (It should work because all files are that same except kernel)
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Thanks for this recovery artit. Could you also build a CWM based recovery for the P760/P765/P768?

Thanks in advance.

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Thanks for this recovery artit. Could you also build a CWM based recovery for the P760/P765/P768?

Thanks in advance.

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CWM non-touch version is built with every CM rom but it a little inconvenient to use. Touch CWM can be built from http://builder.clockworkmod.com/. P760 is already in its support devices.

I think TWRP is more usable and faster (without md5 check). I also use touch CWM for P768 for a long time before switch to TWRP.
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CWM non-touch version is built with every CM rom but it a little inconvenient to use. Touch CWM can be built from http://builder.clockworkmod.com/. P760 is already in its support devices.

I think TWRP is more usable and faster (without md5 check). I also use touch CWM for P768 for a long time before switch to TWRP.

Hmm, thanks for the info !
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