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20th January 2014, 03:47 AM |#111  
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So uh... has anyone figured out how to install an older CWM yet without having to use ODIN? because I can't get my phone recognized via usb in download mode anymore.
 
 
20th January 2014, 07:57 AM |#112  
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So uh... has anyone figured out how to install an older CWM yet without having to use ODIN? because I can't get my phone recognized via usb in download mode anymore.

1. extract the image file from cwm5.x.x.zip, rename it "cwm5.img" or somthing else and put it in your sd card.
2. boot in normal mode, plug usb and start an adb root session:
adb root
adb shell
3. when in adb session flash the image you prepared in step 1:
flash_image recoveryonly /storage/sdcard0/cwm5.img
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20th January 2014, 04:15 PM |#113  
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1. extract the image file from cwm5.x.x.zip, rename it "cwm5.img" or somthing else and put it in your sd card.
2. boot in normal mode, plug usb and start an adb root session:
adb root
adb shell
3. when in adb session flash the image you prepared in step 1:
flash_image recoveryonly /storage/sdcard0/cwm5.img

Thanks.

Edit:
adb root - daemon not running, starting it now on port 538
daemon started successfully *
adb shell - error: device not found - roadblock!
Edit2:
Turned on usb debugging / ADB in dev. options, thought that would fix it, but now adb root gives device not found also.
Edit3: Nevermind, I thought I was meant to be running this from a terminal on the phone, but I ran it from my PC and it worked fine - flashed CWM v5.0.2.6 perfectly.

Thanks again!


By the way, is CWM 5.0.2.6 the most up to date -previous- non-kitkat CWM available for the S5380?
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20th January 2014, 07:43 PM |#114  
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It's ok. From a term in the phone you need only the "flash_image ..." command. Sorry for the confusión.

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21st January 2014, 08:26 AM |#115  
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It's ok. From a term in the phone you need only the "flash_image ..." command. Sorry for the confusión.

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#su
#flash_image recoveryonly /storage/sdcard0/cwm5.img


works perfectly from phone terminal.
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21st January 2014, 10:43 AM |#116  
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For who is looking for a guide for flashing roms and wiping data/dalvik despite the bluescreen problem I wrote this:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=49631367

I hope it will be useful!
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21st January 2014, 03:15 PM |#117  
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#su
#flash_image recoveryonly /storage/sdcard0/cwm5.img


works perfectly from phone terminal.

that didn't worked for me at all i wrote exactly what u said and nothing happens for me

edit: i do get something, error 2
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22nd January 2014, 02:31 AM |#118  
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that didn't worked for me at all i wrote exactly what u said and nothing happens for me

edit: i do get something, error 2

make sure you have the recovery image in the root directory of sd card.
22nd January 2014, 08:07 AM |#119  
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make sure you have the recovery image in the root directory of sd card.

if by that you mean to have it in the sdcard0 folder, i cant find it using totalcommander/file manager

where is it?
22nd January 2014, 08:23 AM |#120  
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if by that you mean to have it in the sdcard0 folder, i cant find it using totalcommander/file manager

where is it?

Extract it from flashable zip

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22nd January 2014, 09:12 AM |#121  
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Extract it from flashable zip

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i already extracted the zip and renamed the image so that way i have to type exactly the same as the other guy suggeste, the problem i think i have that i dont know where to palce the cmw5.img file, i place it in the sdcard, out of any forlder, at the same level as the .android_secure folder is

i think that the fail is that i'm not putting it in the root directory of the sd card which i don't know what is.

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