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[CWM][Repo]ClockWorkMod Recovery - ||Kit-Kat 4.4 Compatible||

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By -Grift-, Senior Member on 29th January 2014, 06:22 AM
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This recovery is more or less useless now. Files will still be hosted though. :)



ClockworkMod Recovery
Samsung Galaxy SII GT-I9100

All right guys im just going to keep this real nice and simple. Purpose of thread:
  • Latest CWM Recovery
  • Kit Kat 4.4 ROM Installation Compatible
  • Centralized Place to Put The Latest Recoveries

Just a heads up. This is NOT meant to be used as a kernel. I compiled these recoveries from source and only the recovery module is built therefore YOUR PHONE WILL NOT BOOT COMPLETELY AS THERE IS NO KERNEL. I made these recoveries so that users can flash
  • From ICS/JB to KK with ease
  • Flash This Over DorimanX Kernel So That You Can Update Your Kit Kat ROM
  • And Resolve Status 7 Errors When Flashing Kit Kat ROMs On A Out-Dated CWM Recovery

How To Use:
To Flash a Kit Kat ROM From a Out-Dated Recovery CWM Version Less Then 6.0.4.4:
  1. Flash This CWM Recovery File (Does Not Matter Which Version You Pick Just Take The Latest) And Reboot Back Into Recovery Via The Option In The Advanced Menu
  2. You Should Now Have A Grey Coloured Recovery With Version 6.0.4.X
  3. Follow ROM Installation Guide From ROM Thread

Recovery Versions
Click The Numbers To Download e.g. 6.0.4.6
  • 6.0.4.6 (Compiled From CM10.2 JB 4.3.1 Soruce)
  • 6.0.4.7 (Compiled From CM11 KK 4.4.2 Source) (LATEST)
Thanks For Reading :good:
P.S. This is my first thread in the Galaxy SII forum :eek:

XDA:DevDB Information
ClockWorkMod Recovery For SGSII GT-I9100, Kernel for the Samsung Galaxy S II

Contributors
-Grift-, cyanogen
Kernel Special Features: Kit Kat Compatible CWM

Version Information
Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: 6.0.4.7
Stable Release Date: 2014-01-29

Created 2014-01-29
Last Updated 2014-08-16
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29th January 2014, 06:28 AM |#2  
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good job! but i have to ask is Stweaks compatible?
29th January 2014, 06:29 AM |#3  
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Thanks for your efforts. Download link?

EDIT: Found it
29th January 2014, 06:31 AM |#4  
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good job! but i have to ask is Stweaks compatible?

Its just the recovery module no use for stweaks
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Thanks for your efforts. Download link?

Woa you guys are fast.. Just added
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29th January 2014, 06:50 AM |#5  
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haha yes we are buddy keep up the good work
29th January 2014, 03:27 PM |#6  
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tried to flash this via CWM...does not work. am i doing anything wrong?

how do i install it normaly?
29th January 2014, 03:28 PM |#7  
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tried to flash this via CWM...does not work. am i doing anything wrong?

how do i install it normaly?

Was there a error code?

Edit: Wait hold on you are using a GT-I9100G?????? This is only for the Exynos Galaxy SII GT-I9100/P/M/T
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Was there a error code?

code 7 :-/

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code 7 :-/

oops...my fault...i use a sgs2 G version. sorry !
1st February 2014, 12:37 PM |#9  
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can i flash this recovery on jb stock recovery??
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can i flash this recovery on jb stock recovery??

No you cannot but the fastest way to get from stock 4.1.2 to Kitkat 4.4 is to

1. Download this into external SDcard
2. Download my recovery and what ever ROM+Files you need into internal/external
3. Flash first file in stock recovery
4. Flash my recovery, reboot back into recovery
5. Wipe data+cache (factory reset)
6. Flash the ROM+Files
7. Reboot
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9th February 2014, 05:43 AM |#11  
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@Grift, must say have been following your work/posts for sometime now and find/enjoy the way you can explain a lot of ( detail ) clearly without using many too English words. haha.

Thank you very much for this post & code CWM kk compatible.

foot note/tip. upgrade/flash Direct from ICS404 to KKat is possible But the user Must Format /system /data /cache within CWM Kkat as normal factory reset doesn't work for such a big version jump.(my thoughts/theory only).

Usual warning Nandroid backup First as all Rom data Lost doing it this way.

Copy of request below if possible. @Grift. If possible can you release a Temporary version of your (CWM kitkat with out kernel).

Similar to what Philz was releasing for GT i9100.

Reason for request. Is at moment Dorimanx kernel has older cwm. So when I flash permanent CWM kk compatible then re-flash Dori it can break 2nd ROM boot access/entry.

Therefore if possible a Temp version of what you are doing/releasing would be Perfect for my & others dualboot kitkat problems.

Thanks in advance bmad.
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