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cyanogen recovery flasher has been flashing for 30mins

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Default cyanogen recovery flasher has been flashing for 30mins

DLed the flashrec-20090815.apk
the first time there was no install button using astro
I DLed it again and added it to the SD card and tried again
Installed fine
Backed up fine
I clicked to flash cyanogen recovery 1.4 and its been on the flashing "working do not interrupt screen for about 30 mins

I expected possible problems, just not right away with the auto flasher lol

Its a G1 with 1.5 if it matters

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well its been quite a while now, phone seems to work
Just the flasher is stuck on "flashing do not interrupt"
I guess ill leave it overnight and check back in the AM

I dont want to kill the app if it will screw something up
 
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it probably got stuck doing something because it shouldn't take too long to flash a recovery image.
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Thats what i figured
In searching even some of the videos showed how quick
Im just not sure how safe it is to try and close the app
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i haven't used the one click before so i honestly couldn't tell you, though you can always power off the phone and hold home and power to boot into recovery
and see if it worked then if it did i can give you the commands to mount your sdcard from recovery
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I guess thats worth a shot. I wasnt sure if it would brick if i tried to reboot or anything
figured it was like flashing firmware in other devices
Ill try now
 
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let me know how it works out
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Ok, booted to the normal android screen
rebooted and noticed the SD card had the backup
so i guess it stopped half way. trying again now
 
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did you try to boot into recovery? with home and power
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Yes. and thats where i saw the normal android recovery screen not the cyanogen I've seen pix of
its been backing up for about 4-5 mins now

i didnt think anyone would be up this late lol

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