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By corsicanu, Senior Member on 21st February 2014, 06:21 PM
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Note that Custom flash counter will increase and you will lose warranty!
#I am not responsable for anything - lose of data, job, wife, hair etc.

The recovery is compatible with all versions of Galaxy Fame - s6810 / s6810P / s6810L / s6810E / s6812 and is the only one fully working!

CWM 6.0.5.1
Changelog:
-reverted to oldschool look
-changed resolution for a nice fit into screen
-home (middle) button still can be used as 'Select'
This recovery is @wulsic`s work - don`t forget to visit his threads and thank him for his hard work on this device(s)

//make backups to external storage always because wiping data may wipe /data/media (internal) too and you will lose your backup!

What is working:
-as before, everything, without Mass storage.

How to:
If you have stock recovery see this:
Quote:

-download Odin 307
-download CWM 6.0.5.1 archive and extract somewhere near
-run Odin as administrator
-uncheck "Auto Reboot" and "F. Reset Time"
-connect device under Download mode
-under PDA tab select recovery.tar.md5 previously unziped
-click Start and wait RESET status.
-after flashing, reboot into recovery using 3button combo and see the magic!!


If already having a previous version of cwm installed, flash the zip as usual and reboot recovery.

If you have problems with reverting to stock recovery, push Aroma File Manager into sdcard, flash via odin cwm 6.0.5.1, reboot into recovery and flash AromaFM as normal zip.. After flashing, find and delete reboot-from-recovery.p, located into /system folder.

Downloads:
Flashable zip - CWM - 6.0.5.1
Odin package - CWM - 6.0.5.1
Odin v3.07
Aroma File Manager

#Please give credit if posting somewhere else, out of this thread!
Credits:
* @wulsic
*amarullz for great AromaFM
*koush
*Phil3759
*CyanogenMod Team
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21st February 2014, 06:22 PM |#2  
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Old version:


CWM 6.0.4.6 - Final
Changelog:
-removed some unused lines
-removed of "No" when you need to confirm actions
-home (middle) button now it can be used as 'Select'
-abandoned support for Mount Mass Storage
-added black background

Downloads
How to:
If you have stock recovery see this:
Quote:

-download Odin 307
-download cwm 7z archive and extract somewhere near
-run Odin as administrator
-uncheck "Auto Reboot" and "F. Reset Time"
-connect device under Download mode
-under PDA tab select recovery.tar.md5 previously unziped
-click Start and wait RESET status.
-after flashing, reboot into recovery using 3button combo and see the magic!!


If already having a previous version of cwm installed, flash the zip as usual and reboot recovery.
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CWM 6.0.2.8 - Still work in progress
What`s working:
-backup/restore
-advanced restore
-install zip
-wipe data/cache/dalvik
-fix permissions
-format cache/system/data/preload/sdcard etc..

Bugs:
-sdcard and external_sd are both mounting external storage-fixed
-mount USB Mass Storage doesn`t work yet


How to:
-download Odin 307
-download cwm zip and extract somewhere near
-run Odin as administrator
-uncheck "Auto Reboot" and "F. Reset Time"
-connect device under Download mode
-under PDA tab select recovery.tar.md5 previously unziped
-click Start and wait RESET status.
-after flashing, reboot into recovery using 3button combo and see the magic!!

Downloads:
CWM-6028
Odin v3.07


For /efs backup/restore see this:
Backup
Before all make sure you have a full cwm backup. Enter in terminal emulator and type:
Code:
su
dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p3 of=/mnt/sdcard/efs.img bs=4096
With this command you made a backup of your efs partition (that contains imei and other essential stuff). Enter with a file explorer in internal sd and see if you find 'efs.img'. If yes, you backed up your efs. It should be around 10,5MB. Now connect the phone to pc and copy efs.img somewhere and guard it with the price of your life .
Restore:
Open terminal emulator and type:
Code:
su
dd if=/sdcard/efs.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p3 bs=4096
Click enter and reboot. If after reboot you don`t have imei or you may be in safe mod reboot again. Bootanimation may get stuck and the phone may reboot by itself. Don`t worry.. It installs your efs back.

I tested the method:
-made a backup
-deleted efs folder - returned no imei, no baseband, no wifi, no nothing and safe mode.. scared the crap out of me
-restored efs.img with the above commands and after first reboot all was back..
You can read more of it here.

#I`m not responsable for anything. Do it at your own risk. The method was tested by me, so it should work on your device too.
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To bypass flashing stock recovery:
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Originally Posted by LondonMpee

If you have root from flashing CWM then you can delete (or move it out and keep as a trophy!) a file from /system folder called reboot-from-recovery.p before you try flashing CWM again.
This seems to be the thing that keeps restoring stock recovery over CWM, I checked again last night and it's still CWM 6.0.4.6

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22nd February 2014, 12:09 PM |#4  
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make backups to external storage always because wiping data may wipe /data/media (internal) too and you will lose your backup!

Tested yesterday couple of times. Full wipe does not delete the backup stored on the internal storage.
22nd February 2014, 07:50 PM |#5  
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Tested yesterday couple of times. Full wipe does not delete the backup stored on the internal storage.

i've seen that, but to be sure, if anything happends with the phone, the best is to have the backup saved in external.. never know..
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22nd February 2014, 10:49 PM |#6  
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@corsicanu

Whenever you will get free time....plss build a TOUCH CWM Recovery.......PLSSSSSSS

Cheers !!!!
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I will but not that soon.. I have other priorities.. Meanwhile you can navigate with other set of keys
-Menu - down
-Home (middle) - up

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The first time i boot to recovery, i got cwm
The later is stock recovery

I flash again, i got cwm, for the first time boot to recovery
And get stock at the later boot

The last time i try again, i wipe cache and dalvik cache before reboot, there is a warning, it said "rom will flash stock recovery, this can not be undone" --"

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Originally Posted by adipabeta

The first time i boot to recovery, i got cwm
The later is stock recovery

I flash again, i got cwm, for the first time boot to recovery
And get stock at the later boot

The last time i try again, i wipe cache and dalvik cache before reboot, there is a warning, it said "rom will flash stock recovery, this can not be undone" --"

Sent from my GT-S6810 using xda app-developers app

Somewhere there is a warning that lets you prevent stock recovery reflashing.. Try with reboot recovery and see if it says something of it..
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CWM 6.0.4.6 - Final
Changelog:
-removed some unused lines
-removed of "No" when you need to confirm actions
-home (middle) button now it can be used as 'Select'
-abandoned support for Mount Mass Storage
-added black background

//make backups to external storage always because wiping data may wipe /data/media (internal) too and you will lose your backup!

What is working:
-as before, everything, without Mass storage.

How to:
If you have stock recovery see this:
Quote:

-download Odin 307
-download cwm 7z archive and extract somewhere near
-run Odin as administrator
-uncheck "Auto Reboot" and "F. Reset Time"
-connect device under Download mode
-under PDA tab select recovery.tar.md5 previously unziped
-click Start and wait RESET status.
-after flashing, reboot into recovery using 3button combo and see the magic!!


If already having a previous version of cwm installed, flash the zip as usual and reboot recovery.

Downloads:
Flashable zip - CWM - 6.0.4.6
Odin package - CWM - 6.0.4.6
Odin v3.07

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Quote:
Originally Posted by corsicanu

CWM 6.0.4.6 - Final
Changelog:
-removed some unused lines
-removed of "No" when you need to confirm actions
-home (middle) button now it can be used as 'Select'
-abandoned support for Mount Mass Storage
-added black background

//make backups to external storage always because wiping data may wipe /data/media (internal) too and you will lose your backup!

What is working:
-as before, everything, without Mass storage.

How to:
If you have stock recovery see this:

If already having a previous version of cwm installed, flash the zip as usual and reboot recovery.

Downloads:
Flashable zip - CWM - 6.0.4.6
Odin package - CWM - 6.0.4.6
Odin v3.07

Screenshots









woooowwww.. it's cool buddy.
it's great work.
thank's for the final cwm.
can you help me how to root the latest firmware of galaxy fame S6810.?
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