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[AROMA]Recovery Switcher[2014-02-26]

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By flashing this tool you take full responsibility to whatever happens on your device. The developer will NOT be held responsible to whatever happens on your device. Of course, this tool has been tested but whatever happens on your device will not be held against the developer.
Recovery Switcher
*NOTE*
If you Want Want To See A Recovery That not in Here Just Ask

Be Sure You Have A HTC Evo 3D
About:
One day while on xda I saw a recovery swither made by another xda user so I Said to my self "hay i want that"
so After Messing With Stuff I Was Done With my Own Recovery Switcher Enough taking go a head and flash and have fun IF you like my development please follow my project from desktop , by going on the first page of this thread and pressing from the top black corner the button telling you "FOLLOW PROJECT" .
THANK YOU
Recoverys In Here:
  • Unofficial TWRP Recovery / With SELinux Support 2.6.3.0
  • Official TWRP Recovery 2.6.3.0
  • ClockworkMod Touch 5.8.0.2
  • ClockworkMod Non Touch 5.0.2.0
  • 4EXT Recovery 1.0.0.6 RC1

Features:
  • Switch Pre Built Recovery Made For Your Device On The Fly
  • No More Flashing recovery's In Fastboot
Changelog:
v1.0 - 2/23/2014:
Initial Release

v2.0 - 2/26/2014:
Updated 4EXT Recovery To 1.0.0.6 RC1
Thank You @busventinc (Credit Where Credit Is Do...)
Downloads:
Recovery Switcher_v2
MD5 1830249871bd1032c83496d8cfe58e63

Recovery Switcher_v1
MD5 e96633d587063cc15bbbd587373c9c9a
Don't forget to hit the thanks button, I have worked very hard on this
Instructions:
  1. Download the zip
  2. Boot into recovery
  3. Install It like you would with a Mod Or Rom
  4. Then Set The Check Box At the end With Reboot In To System
  5. Then Boot Back In to recovery and See your new recovery

Thanks To/Credits:
amarullz - For Aroma Installer
@CNexus - For The Idea (Lol sorry )
Dees_Troy - For Twrp Recovery
madmaxx82 - For 4Ext Recovery
dastin1015 - For Twrp Recovery With SELinux Support
@wapvirus - For The Splash Screen
@glencoco
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New Build With 4Ext Recovery 1.0.0.6 RC1
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This makes me wish I could hit the "Thanks" button more than once!
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