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Source-built from CyanogenMod 10.0 (jellybean tree)

New in "ver2":
- Support for newer CM11 zips
- Off-mode charging fixed (recovery is no longer usable behind it)
- Images resized to better fit the small screen (and save a bit of space)

CWM v6.0.2.8 with off-mode charging
http://goo.gl/gfKyNS
c7f804a6d9980745f8577cc33504ae3f

Alternate mirror: https://www.mediafire.com/?ao1688h7gtta881



CWM v6.0.2.8 without off-mode charging (boots into recovery when plugged in - useful for broken power buttons)
http://goo.gl/eiW0ib
f75223f8e95bf2d928d45c562cc4df26

Alternate mirror: https://www.mediafire.com/?on2rstc0nvq7xo6


Install with your current recovery (most should work).
Or, you can extract recovery.img from the zip and flash it with fastboot.


Building yourself
I won't be going over basic building stuff, but because our newer kernel used on ICS & up is too big it makes it a little more difficult to build, so I'll explain that.

With all of the source from my manifest (https://github.com/WinSuk/android/tree/jellybean), build the recovery normally (make recoveryimage).
Then, copy the last command it runs before finishing, but replace the kernel with recovery_kernel in device/htc/liberty/prebuilt
Something like this:
Code:
out/host/linux-x86/bin/mkbootimg  --kernel device/htc/liberty/prebuilt/recovery_kernel  --ramdisk out/target/product/liberty/ramdisk-recovery.img --cmdline "no_console_suspend=1 console=null" --base 0x12c00000 --output out/target/product/liberty/recovery.img
The resulting out/target/product/liberty/recovery.img should be small enough to flash with fastboot

To disable offmode charging, open device/htc/msm7x27-recovery/BoardConfigCommon.mk with a text editor, and uncomment (remove #) the following line:
Code:
#BOARD_RECOVERY_OFFMODE_CHARGING := false
then rebuild


Kernel source:
https://github.com/WinSuk/htc-kernel...ster-tlscompat
Commit: 104446203d2871ffe595a2266a9e109157c80ea8
Compiled with cyanogen_msm7227_recov_defconfig and arm-eabi-4.4.0
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13th October 2013, 07:42 AM |#2  
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Updated with recovery-installable zips, and fixed a bug with the power button on the version without offmode charging
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13th July 2014, 03:42 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by WinSuk

Updated with recovery-installable zips, and fixed a bug with the power button on the version without offmode charging

I have extracted the recovery.img and placed it in my folder with the fastboot.exe.
What is the fastboot command for fastboot flashing the recovery.img file?
Is it "fasboot flash recovery.img" or is there something more complicated?

Revolutionary recovery wouldn't let me do anything. Just showed me a screen with "Revolutionary" no matter what I selected in recovery.
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Originally Posted by duckredbeard

I have extracted the recovery.img and placed it in my folder with the fastboot.exe.
What is the fastboot command for fastboot flashing the recovery.img file?
Is it "fasboot flash recovery.img" or is there something more complicated?

Revolutionary recovery wouldn't let me do anything. Just showed me a screen with "Revolutionary" no matter what I selected in recovery.

fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
8th August 2014, 01:55 PM |#5  
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I have a pretty dumb question I'm sure... I have an Aria I use as an ipcam, and when it reboots when plugged in (randomly happens.. kernel crash or what not), it boots in CWM and I have to poke it to boot into the ROM. So I read that it might be CWM doing it, and I'm using an ancient 2.5.0.1.

I've tried flashing this a few times, it doesn't fail, but doesn't update either. HBoot is really old (0.57.0000) on it, so that might be part of it.

I don't want to do anything special to the thing, just want it to not get stuck in CWM when it reboots itself every 2-3 days.
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Recovery updated Download links in first post
Support for newer CM11 packages has been added, and the off-mode charging derpyness (where recovery was still usable behind it) has been fixed.
I also resized some of the images to better fix the small screen, which also saves a bit of space.
I haven't changed the version number from 6.0.4.8, as it's still based on that same version of ClockworkMod.
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