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30,4,14[Ace] CWM 6.0.4.8 Advanced Edition / PhilZ Touch 6.29.8 (libtouch_gui 1.90)

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21st March 2014, 02:31 PM   |  #1  
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Main thread + features + install instructions + dev support
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2201860


CWM Touch for Ace was a bit old and outdated compared with others recoveries. Now it seems one of the most functional.
PhilZ Touch is a CWM Advanced Edition that adds all the features you could ever miss in CWM.
It is a well proven recovery for many phones,It also adds a full touch interface a completely configurable GUI.

Backup and restore working
USB mount working
Mustaavalkosta's CM11 support
device will go into recovery by itself when charging
one thing need to tell you, you can't use this recovery flash a aroma2.56 package just like this http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1960734, maybe need update aroma to 2.70B4.



Don't PM me about this recovery,just post at this thread.
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Instruction:

Update your hboot to 2.00.0029

For S OFF Users:
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Download PD98IMG.zip ,
Put in your SD card,and reboot to hboot,
Press the "Volume Up" to Update,
Press "POWER".to Reboot.
After setup remove the file.

For Unlocked Users:
Quote:

Download recovery Image and adb tools,
Rename this Image to recovery.img ,Put in
Open the device's USB debugging, run "Run me.bat".
Then will automatically flash recovery.


Download links:
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PD98IMG.zipPhilZ Touch 6.25.0

ADB TOOLS: http://d-h.st/oK4

Recovery Image:

Download Home
Dev-Host


Or:
http://goo.im/devs/philz_touch/CWM_Advanced_Edition

Changelog:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...12&postcount=5


Githubs:



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Thanks and credits:
  • Mustaavalkosta
  • Phil3759
  • Andromadus
  • CodeAuroraForum
  • BananaGranola
  • Epic Beard Men
  • eXistZ
  • Flemmard
  • Flinny
  • Juansheng
  • paulb_nl
  • randomblame
  • synergye
  • Koush for having created and maintaining cwm
  • Cyanogenmod for making all this possible
  • ClockworkMod
  • Dees_Troy from TWRP team for pigz source and many great ideas in their recovery + source for backups compatibility
  • kbc-developers for the base semi-touch code and much more
  • Gokhanmoral@Siyah for his great job / support
  • sk8erwitskil for his recovery source, a great place to start learning
  • shoe63 for his help from the start across many devices
  • dougiebee for his work on fixing time on many Qualcom devices
  • Chainfire for his support (stock recovery flash) and all his work for the Android community
  • All the rest that have helped to construct these builds and develop software for ace directly or indirectly in the past.
  • A special thank also to the below, and ALL who I do not mention but did contribute a lot with their efforts
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21st March 2014, 03:25 PM   |  #2  
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Awesome !


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CWM Touch for Ace was a bit old and outdated compared with others recoveries. Now it seems one of the most functional. Looks great, try it soon. Great work!
Do you think maintaining in the future?
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CWM Touch for Ace was a bit old and outdated compared with others recoveries. Now it seems one of the most functional. Looks great, try it soon. Great work!
Do you think maintaining in the future?

good idea.thanks!

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Very nice !

But i don't know ho to install it... it's an .img file and not .zip

How to install this img file ?
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Hi, is there any way this recovery could be made into PD98IMG.zip file, please op my pc doesnt respond when I connect my device
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Originally Posted by aymericHTC

Very nice !

But i don't know ho to install it... it's an .img file and not .zip

How to install this img file ?

Put the file.img on root of sdcard. Open terminal emulator and type (enter at every line):
su
flash_image recovery /sdcard/nameofthefile.img
reboot recovery

You must be ENG S-OFF to do that.
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thank you !!

but i have :
/system/bin/sh: flash_image: not found
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I've flashed with PC via cmd

reboot into fastboot
rename recovery into recovery.img and put it into c:\android (if you have adb there)
in cmd enter
cd c:\android
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
Simple
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ph03N1X_MSV

I've flashed with PC via cmd

reboot into fastboot
rename recovery into recovery.img and put it into c:\android (if you have adb there)
in cmd enter
cd c:\android
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
Simple

Yeah i'v try with my pc... that very bad windows 8.1 don't work with fastboot driver but work with adb.
So i'v try with an other pc who have windows 7 and now it's working!

Very nice recovery thank you

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