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

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29th April 2012, 10:44 AM |#141  
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Same problem on cm9.

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29th April 2012, 03:10 PM |#142  
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I'm in trouble here: same as other people, I can't boot any recovery nor cyanogenmod, nor get adb to work. Should I boot into stock recovery? I am not too familiar with the Defy: would I have to go into stock recovery to use adb? I used 2.1.1 from the twrp website which has a different md5 to the one posted on this thread.

Sorry, but factory reset in stock recovery does not work. I'm waiting 10 minutes and all I can see is the Google logo with Andy and a Motorola logo in the "o's"
30th April 2012, 03:42 AM |#143  
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Originally Posted by Casper87

Use this pack made by @nepotu

bm_cwm_mb_v0.6-signed.zip

v0.6: multiboot v0.5.5 ; bootmenu 1.1.8 ; CWM v5.0.6 ; TWRP 2.1.0 ; Defy Multiboot binary v0.1

Custom and Stock recovery were not working so I installed above package.
it didn't help.

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Is it the android with the exclamation mark? Then press both volume buttons (if you are on Gingerbread) or the power button (if you are on Froyo) for the menu to appear, then do a data wipe and cache wipe and reboot, that should fix it

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Hop over the the general thread and check the beginners guides, your stuck in a boot loop

Press and hold volume - when you turn the phone on and keep it held, you will see an android with an exclaimtion mark in a triangle the let go of volume -

Now press volume down and you will get the menu, navigate to factory reset and select with power button, once its done reboot and it will take time but it will boot

teamwork makes the dream work

when I go to factory reset as per your instructions
"E:Can't open /cache/recovery/command
E: can't open /cache/recovery/caller

hit YES anyway, then:
E:Can't mount CACHE:recovery/log



So I then I cant even get into bootmenu anymore,
so I get into basic bootloader, flash an SBF via RSDlite.
It said "PASS" but didnt boot.

Now I can't even get into bootloader, to flash another SBF, and the only response from my phone is the charging led.

Whats my next step?
I know I almost certainly messed up something. Could I push a new 2ndinit onto it somehow? I'm out of my depth.

EDIT: Possibly fully flat battery now, as charging light isnt on- maybe it wasn't charging from USB? Will I have to Macguyver it?
1st May 2012, 07:45 PM |#144  
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i don't know if it was asked before, i've been reading these post from time to time,i have a little question.
Does twrp works on MIUI custom roms ?
I want to be sure, because a while ago i've bricked my cellphone, and i do really want to use these great tool (my power button it's a little feeble.. lol)
Thanks in advance
1st May 2012, 07:52 PM |#145  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by notes1

Custom and Stock recovery were not working so I installed above package.
it didn't help.




when I go to factory reset as per your instructions
"E:Can't open /cache/recovery/command
E: can't open /cache/recovery/caller

hit YES anyway, then:
E:Can't mount CACHE:recovery/log



So I then I cant even get into bootmenu anymore,
so I get into basic bootloader, flash an SBF via RSDlite.
It said "PASS" but didnt boot.

Now I can't even get into bootloader, to flash another SBF, and the only response from my phone is the charging led.

Whats my next step?
I know I almost certainly messed up something. Could I push a new 2ndinit onto it somehow? I'm out of my depth.

EDIT: Possibly fully flat battery now, as charging light isnt on- maybe it wasn't charging from USB? Will I have to Macguyver it?

This isn't a support thread, but connect it to wall charger after a while try to enter factory recovery and wipe data...

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2nd May 2012, 08:42 PM |#146  
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i downloaded 2.1.1 from http://www.teamw.in/project/twrp2/91 and from the first post of this thread and compared both with winmerge, you can see the result in the attached picture. why are they different?
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4th May 2012, 02:34 AM |#147  
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tried this still stuck on Motorola m. any other suggestions?

cant rsd cause i don't own a PC so if someone could post how to flash sbf's on a mac that would be highly appreciated
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Originally Posted by adamo3957

Hop over the the general thread and check the beginners guides, your stuck in a boot loop

Press and hold volume - when you turn the phone on and keep it held, you will see an android with an exclamation mark in a triangle the let go of volume -

Now press volume down and you will get the menu, navigate to factory reset and select with power button, once its done reboot and it will take time but it will boot

teamwork makes the dream work



---------- Post added at 02:34 AM ---------- Previous post was at 02:26 AM ----------

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Originally Posted by staticx1

This isn't a support thread, but connect it to wall charger after a while try to enter factory recovery and wipe data...


Originally Posted by notes1 View Post

Custom and Stock recovery were not working so I installed above package.
it didn't help.




when I go to factory reset as per your instructions
"E:Can't open /cache/recovery/command
E: can't open /cache/recovery/caller

hit YES anyway, then:
E:Can't mount CACHE:recovery/log



So I then I cant even get into bootmenu anymore,
so I get into basic bootloader, flash an SBF via RSDlite.
It said "PASS" but didnt boot.

Now I can't even get into bootloader, to flash another SBF, and the only response from my phone is the charging led.

Whats my next step?
I know I almost certainly messed up something. Could I push a new 2ndinit onto it somehow? I'm out of my depth.

EDIT: Possibly fully flat battery now, as charging light isnt on- maybe it wasn't charging from USB? Will I have to Macguyver it?
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no but it is the correct thread!!!

yes you have to mcguyver it battd is probably dead..imj stuck in the same situation as you. just lucky enough to charge battd before applying this. sucks all it did was break my recovery. would still love to try it after i get my baby running again....
4th May 2012, 12:13 PM |#148  
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Re: [RELEASE] TWRP 2.1.1 for Motorola Defy [2012-04-23]
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tried this still stuck on Motorola m. any other suggestions?

cant rsd cause i don't own a PC so if someone could post how to flash sbf's on a mac that would be highly appreciated

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1165672

sbf_flash always saves me coz my phone is not detected by windows anymore...
Linux rocks!!!


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6th May 2012, 08:45 AM |#149  
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Every time a flash a new release, TWRP stops working for me. I need to remove the battery and use the volume button to flash the gapps and twrp, again. Why is that happening ?
6th May 2012, 09:02 AM |#150  
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Flash Twrp with new rom too cashed and delvik only

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6th May 2012, 10:47 AM |#151  
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That was my intention, to flash TWRP right after I finished flashing a ROM. And I cannot because after the ROm is flashed within second, TWRP hangs and have to remove battery.
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