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[GUIDE] ClockWorkMod Recovery on Vibrant 4G

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By troby1986, Account currently disabled on 28th February 2011, 12:46 AM
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Ensure you have root first!!!

MOD EDIT: POSTERS ARE REPORTING THERE ARE HAVING A LOT OF ISSUES WITH THIS GUIDE, THREAD CLOSED.

Use SuperOneClick 1.7 to gain root (USB debugging enabled) Get it here:
1. Download "3e_recovery_installer.zip" from here:
2. Open SuperOneClick and run Shell Root with your phone plugged in. Once finished, close.

3. Now run the 3e Recovery Installer. When finished, close.

4. Now flash ClockWorkMod Recovery via ROM Manager by selecting "Vibrant" when asked for phone type. Then reboot into recovery. (You may need to reboot your phone if you get stuck on the ROM Manager "Reboot to Recovery" screen) (Just reboot, then attempt to reboot into recovery again)

5. At the blue recovery select "reinstall packages". The first time will fail, run it once more, and you should now have the green CWM Recovery menu.

6. Wait for Team Whiskey to release an amazing ROM!!!

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28th February 2011, 01:02 AM |#2  
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Thanks for the guide! Making a nandroid as i type!
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my phone just gets stuck on the reboot into recovery screen

edit: now it keeps saying failed
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my phone just gets stuck on the reboot into recovery screen

Power down your phone. Power it back up and try again. Mine did the same thing at first.

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28th February 2011, 01:16 AM |#5  
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nevermind, work third time. had to completely reboot, then reinstall recovery through rom manager. Then reboot into recovery, then reinstall packages twice. Good to go. Thanks!
28th February 2011, 02:52 AM |#6  
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Well I guess one good thing came out of me doing what I did to my phone was able to tell you how to do this lol
28th February 2011, 02:54 AM |#7  
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Well I guess one good thing came out of me doing what I did to my phone was able to tell you how to do this lol

Yes it did. Thank you.

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28th February 2011, 03:32 AM |#8  
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I'm getting this error.

"E:Can't mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p2
(File exists)
Can't mount /data/!"
28th February 2011, 04:37 AM |#9  
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so this is a confirmed method to get rom manager / clockwork working for the SGS4G?
28th February 2011, 04:45 AM |#10  
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i must be doing something wrong because i keep getting failed.. but i am following the instructions to the T..
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