Nvflash-based recovery based on TnT Lite 2.2.0
As always, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK
. You should a fundamental understanding of how nvflash functions - if you do not, I would not recommend attempting this!
1.0.2 Link (based on TnT Lite 2.2.0): http://www.mediafire.com/?5c7is1eld6j9i6d#1
Alternative link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=7ROU81O0
md5sum : ee3f346e602437b6a1be2336acb0b3ae
So Why Did You Do This?
My reason for building this out was to have a newer baseline in case I needed to wipe the device using nvflash - I was just sick of seeing the TnT homescreen each time.
So What's Different in This?
- Malata bootloader with a Tegra boot image (you'll see that on bootup). Thanks to rothnic
for the pic!
- Clockworkmod .08.
- Changes to ramdisk to allow adb remount to work.
- TnT Lite 2.2.0 baseline.
- NOT an update.zip. this is a compressed nvflash folder with the Windows DLL's and Linux .so's added. I have tested this on Linux only, the Windows stuff I grabbed from Malata.
So How Do I Use This?
You should have a fundamental understanding of how nvflash works, and how it could bork your system if you're not careful. I've run this several times today, but there is speculation that some devices may have a different partition structure. I'm just releasing this as an option to you, if you choose to use. But it's at your own risk!!!!!!!! Bekit has actually suggeted that you just flash things like boot and system manually (and as seen in the the tegratab link) and that might not be a bad idea. But, that would not inlude the bootloader changes.
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED
For Linux users (which is how I tested):
Expand this out, open up a terminal session as root to that folder. Connect your device in APX mode. Then, run this command:
LD_LIBRARY_PATH=. ./nvflash --bct flash.bct --setbct --bl bootloader.bin --configfile flash.cfg --create --go
This will wipe the bootloader, kernel and system, and then reboot. It will not wipe data.
Once it reboots, you might get a UID error - if so, reboot into clockworkmod and then fix permissions. That should correct it.
A post that might help out Windows users: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...0&postcount=28
Again, be very very careful with this
- if I'm being redundant it's because it's important to understand what you are doing.
1.0.1+ versions downlevel clockworkmod back to .08, and fixes the VOLD issue. Two annoyances that I felt required a new version.
no longer needed
1.0.0 Link (based of of TnT Lite 2.0.2 + performance pack): http://www.mediafire.com/?hd6aal4857h567h