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Install Clockworkmood or TWRP to my device

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By adrian721, Member on 4th February 2014, 02:25 AM
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somebody help me ...

i want to install Cwm Or Twrp to my device but i dont know how to this, because this is a chinese phone

this is a spec on my device


Brand : Qcom
Model : 403
OS : 4.0.4
CPU MOdel : Dualcore ARM V7 Pocessor (VFPv4, NEON)
platform : qualcomm snapdragon S4MSM8225
Cores : 2
frequency : 384 ~ 1008.0 Mhz
Gpu renderer : ADreno 203
resolution : 540 x 960
rear camera : 7.7 Mp
front camera : 0.3 Mp
Have Root Access : Yes
memory : 1354 Mb
RAM 622 MB

OS Version
android Version 4.0.4
android SDK version 15 (android 4.0.3)
kernel : Linux Version 3.0.21-perfga71541d-00005-gd4d632a

dISPLAY : 4,5" qhd

i'm ready to donation if there are 3rd aplication to solved this. thanks
4th February 2014, 12:19 PM |#2  
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Still waiting and hope anyone kindly

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4th February 2014, 09:19 PM |#3  
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In my experience, Chinese android phones are very fragile and easy to be bricked. Those recovery are tailored for popular models only. You need to learn how to port them for your device if you really wanna install them. Otherwise, I would not suggest trying anything on impulse (speaking of own experience )
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5th February 2014, 07:47 AM |#4  
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The brand of the phone is Qcom huh, and the android is stock Google right? i mean there are no customisations like in Sony, Samsung or HTC.
As my fellow member said, the process is risky and you may brick your phone(just a warning).

You have to flash recovery into phone using Odin, but i am not sure the device will be compatible with Odin.

These threads may help. but make sure you know what you are doing. Proceed only if you are 100% sure of what you are doing as the risk of bricking your phone is very high.
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