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[RELEASE] TWRP 2.1.1 for Motorola Defy [2012-04-23]

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19th April 2012, 04:21 PM |#121  
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i'm flash the zip twice and the bootMenu erro when I enter to recovery:

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in /system/bootmenu/script/recovery_stable.sh

(result: No such file or directory)


and the OS not boot anymore!!! motorola logo permanent...
 
 
22nd April 2012, 12:16 PM |#122  
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Can someone tell me where exactly in GooManager I can find this. Can't find in recoveries or recovery. I would expect that's where it should be. Is it listed under a different name? Would like to try this.
23rd April 2012, 03:29 PM |#123  
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Here it is in Goomanager:
Browse all files/devs/teamwin/twrp 2/openrecovery_Jordan_2.1.1

Sent from my Defy...
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23rd April 2012, 08:34 PM |#124  
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Originally Posted by Hairo The Blue Mage

I wonder if this will be added to cm7 nightlies... cause with each update the cwmr comes back...

no, cm is a whole system... but this new recovery could be included some day, now its fully opensource...

actually required libs are built from an old aosp gingerbread, and use an old patched busybox for tar/gz archives... that should be fixed before it can be in cm repo...
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24th April 2012, 07:34 AM |#125  
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Originally Posted by Epsylon3

no, cm is a whole system... but this new recovery could be included some day, now its fully opensource...

actually required libs are built from an old aosp gingerbread, and use an old patched busybox for tar/gz archives... that should be fixed before it can be in cm repo...

hey, do you know how to make fonts by myself since the Chinese characters are not supported yet?
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24th April 2012, 08:32 AM |#126  
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version updated... wonder what the changes are?

EDIT: V2.1.1 looks super slick... very ICSy Thanks Epsylon3!
24th April 2012, 07:25 PM |#127  
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I am using MB526 running white rabbit 1.5. When I try to install via goomanager app it says "No recoveries were found for this device". Is there no support for defy+ or my specific ROM which is CM7 based anyway
24th April 2012, 08:43 PM |#128  
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yep, i need to see this problem with goo manager guy...

its also compatible with kobe... the motorola bravo MB520
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25th April 2012, 06:05 AM |#129  
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Thanks. Will wait for your update.
Also keep up the great work you are doing here and with CM9. I am very grateful.
25th April 2012, 11:51 AM |#130  
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Compressed Backups on 2.1.1
There's something a little odd going on with the backups.

I checked the "compress backup" box and performed a full backup, it was done in a few seconds... too fast.

Then I unchecked the "compress backup" box and it took the correct time to make the backup, but it appeared to be making two of each backups.

When I looked at the files created with a file manager, there were indeed 2 backup folders, but the files in the first one (compressed) were created after the 2nd one. The folder size of the compressed backup is marginally smaller as only the system file was compressed.

So, it appears as if TWRP gave the "success" indication a bit prematurely while doing the first compressed backup.

EDIT1: I checked out the new baseband selector in CM7 then came back to CM9, restoring the uncompressed backup, worked perfectly.

EDIT2: Performed another compressed backup, took much longer this time (233 sec for system) and all 7 files were created properly and the sizes were significantly reduced.

Conclusion: the first dodgy compressed backup was a glitch - not easily repeatable.
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25th April 2012, 07:24 PM |#131  
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Conclusion: the first dodgy compressed backup was a glitch - not easy repeat.


what r u supposed 2 mean by not easy repeat ????
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