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[Q] building CWM for Galaxy Express 2 - uknown CPU

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By hmyzak, Member on 23rd December 2013, 06:03 AM
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Hi,
I have Samsung Galaxy Express 2 with "no SIM" and I am not able to wipe cache (error and restart) or wipe data (can't access /pre...something error message). So I want to try CWM and build CWM myselft. I tried this builder: http://builder.clockworkmod.com/ and I get error:

bionic/libc/arch-arm/arm.mk:30: *** "TARGET_CPU_VARIANT not set or set to an unknown value

Can anyone help or send me custom created CWM for your Galaxy Express 2? What am I doing wrong? Thanks

PS: Recovery Image File for Express 2 is here: http://ulozto.net/xhrQqL2G/recovery-img
 
 
25th December 2013, 05:28 PM |#2  
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@hmyzak

Don't use Koush's online builder.

This seems interesting, seeing as y'all have the successor to my phone

First of all, does KNOX let you flash recoveries and let you keep them?

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Originally Posted by aureljared

@hmyzak

Don't use Koush's online builder.

This seems interesting, seeing as y'all have the successor to my phone

First of all, does KNOX let you flash recoveries and let you keep them?

Sent from my GT-I8730 using Tapatalk



I can successfully flash official recovery separately with no problem. Problem is that another recovery, not made exactly for express 2, makes 2 lines of red error code, when entering into "new" recovery. So I had to revert to official one. And I cannot build CWM recovery from generator.
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