Question | Answer
Q: Why not make 2 separate posts?
A1: Normally I'd say "I Didn't feel like it", but its more like "I didn't see the need to."
A2: You all should be adult enough to say which you're using if problems arise.
Q: Why label beta.
A: Cause testing is really needed and I don't count myself as a test.
Q: What works?
A: Flashing, USB mount, wiping.... you know recovery stuff....
Q: We've been trying and havent been able to get usb mounting to work... How did you?
A1: I didnt really... I figured the problem didnt come from any of the setup used to build the recovery... but the recovery kernel itself.
A2: I used the stable CWM5504, pulled the kernel from that and used the prebuilt kernel in place of building from source. Hopefully a real genius *cough*kornyone*cough* hits the nail *IF* he ever has spare time. PS thanks to xmcwildchild's stable.
Now your toys!
Clockworkmod 220.127.116.11 (MD5: 9d37a1029b9f5e79bbef8cb55632e7d7)
Team Win Recovery Project 18.104.22.168 (MD5: 2a227d0607e10892e7d5e15d0d3a4625)
Team Win Recovery Project 22.214.171.124 w/ DumLock (MD5: f3af450c43c03d790f8e1241a60d6efc)
TWRP Update info @ http://teamw.in/project/twrp2
Backups (there are some changes in future roms that made it problematic to flash with older recoveries, noobie kieranmenor reported a problem not being able to flash older roms with the current TWRP.)
Team Win Recovery Project 126.96.36.199
Team Win Recovery Project 188.8.131.52 w/ DumLock
Typical disclaimers apply. Good luck.