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ROM Manager and Clockwork Recovery Image v1.6 3/8/2010

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26th February 2010, 06:46 PM   |  #1  
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Hi everyone, I've written a brand spanking new recovery with a Android application front end!

To install my ROM Manager and recovery, simply download ROM Manager from the Market!

ROM Manager:


ClockworkMod Recovery:


ClockworkMod Recovery is based off the eclair recovery image. Features include Nandroid backup, adb shell, advanced update.zip options (ignore asserts and signature checks), and file browser for choosing update.zips (you can now organize your stuff by directory).

1.6.0
Bug fixes.
File list now scrolls in recovery.
Added hooks for ROM Manager.

1.4.2
Initial public release.

For a manual installation of the recovery, you can download it from my website:
http://www.koushikdutta.com/2010/02/...ery-image.html
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26th February 2010, 07:09 PM   |  #2  
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Here's a new open source recovery image for those that are interested.

It is based off the eclair recovery image. Features include Nandroid backup, adb shell, advanced update.zip options (ignore asserts and signature checks), and file browser for choosing update.zips (you can now organize your stuff by directory).

http://www.koushikdutta.com/2010/02/...ery-image.html

okk im flashing noww.................................flashed it................ bootin into recovery........pressed alt l to show text(u should mention dat in the post)
try to edit it to make it press a button before confirming operation like wen prefroming back up make it press home to continue operation or something like dat otherwise then dat im im pressed n addd go into console dats major for some ppl
26th February 2010, 07:22 PM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by turtlesmank4

okk im flashing noww.................................flashed it................ bootin into recovery........pressed alt l to show text(u should mention dat in the post)
try to edit it to make it press a button before confirming operation like wen prefroming back up make it press home to continue operation or something like dat otherwise then dat im im pressed n addd go into console dats major for some ppl

wow, is it really that hard to just fully spell words? you sound like an idiot, plus its just hard reading that sorry excuse for dialog.


anyways, flashing now.
26th February 2010, 07:27 PM   |  #4  
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Originally Posted by turtlesmank4

okk im flashing noww.................................flashed it................ bootin into recovery........pressed alt l to show text(u should mention dat in the post)
try to edit it to make it press a button before confirming operation like wen prefroming back up make it press home to continue operation or something like dat otherwise then dat im im pressed n addd go into console dats major for some ppl

what....the.....F***?!?!? lmao excuse the language but damn dude O_O


edited for language by ivanmmj
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okk im flashing noww.................................flashed it................ bootin into recovery........pressed alt l to show text(u should mention dat in the post)
try to edit it to make it press a button before confirming operation like wen prefroming back up make it press home to continue operation or something like dat otherwise then dat im im pressed n addd go into console dats major for some ppl


Kids, don't be a fool, stay in school.



TRANSLATION -


"Ok, I'm flashing it now... Flashed it... Booting into recovery... Pressed ALT+L to show the menu (I really think you should mention that the user needs to do this in your OP).

Also it would be nice if I had to press a button to confirm an operation before it actually executes, like how on most recovery images you have to press HOME to confirm a wipe, etc.
Other than that, I'm impressed and I was able to go into console. That's major for some people."

Last edited by chillbeast; 26th February 2010 at 07:33 PM. Reason: Translated for the sake of the developer understanding WTF this guy is blabbing about
26th February 2010, 07:34 PM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by chillbeast

kids, don't be a fool, stay in school.



translation -


"ok, i'm flashing it now... Flashed it... Booting into recovery... Pressed alt+l to show the menu (i really think you should mention that the user needs to do this in your op).

Also it would be nice if i had to press a button to confirm an operation before it actually executes, like how on most recovery images you have to press home to confirm a wipe, etc.
Other than that, i'm impressed and i was able to go into console. That's major for some people."

rofl greatness.
26th February 2010, 07:42 PM   |  #7  
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wow, is it really that hard to just fully spell words? you sound like an idiot, plus its just hard reading that sorry excuse for dialog.


anyways, flashing now.

Is it really too difficult to completely spell words?
Your typing comes across as being that of an illiterate, honestly I found it a little difficult to understand, did you mean dialogue?
26th February 2010, 07:43 PM   |  #8  
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I thought this was based off of Cyan 1.4, will it get updated or is this like a final version?
26th February 2010, 07:48 PM   |  #9  
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Is it really too difficult to completely spell words?
Your typing comes across as being that of an illiterate, honestly I found it a little difficult to understand, did you mean dialogue?

I'm typing from a phone, and didn't realize I misspelled a single word, I'm so sorry that my typing was at least readable, an not spelld lik dis er dattt, nn just addnn xtruh lettrzz 2 ma wurdz.


Edit: sorry for flooding your post, Koush. Great work!
26th February 2010, 07:56 PM   |  #10  
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on a serious note,
I have been thinking of making a minor tweak to ra-1.5.2 recovery
I noticed that . files don't get wiped from ext{2,3,4} but do get backed up
so my tweak would be to exclude files with the leading .

this way you could sym link /system/etc/hosts to [i]/system/sd/.hosts[i] and not clobber it when doing a nand restore.

no big deal but handy

PS , I was using /system/sd/.ubuntu as a chroot dir , but backups were taking longer and I was just tar -deteting .ubuntu from them after to 1/ save space 2/ not clobber

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