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[RECOVERY] 100% working ClockworkMod Recovery for Infuse 4G

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By gtg465x, Inactive Recognized Developer on 2nd June 2011, 09:45 PM
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This is 100% working. All partitions are mapped correctly and the SD cards mount properly.


Instructions (Method 1):
1) Place the zip file on your INTERNAL SD card and rename it "update.zip".
2) Boot into modded 3e recovery and choose "Reinstall Packages". You may have to do this twice the first time.

Instructions (Method 2):
1) Install ROM Manager from the Market and select "Flash ClockworkMod Recovery"
2) Select "Galaxy S i9000" (The partitions are identical. I checked.)


Disclaimer: This is not an official CWM recovery from Koush.

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File Type: zip recovery-clockwork-2.5.1.2-infuse.zip - [Click for QR Code] (1.72 MB, 57742 views)
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2nd June 2011, 10:07 PM |#2  
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GREAT ! ! !

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2nd June 2011, 10:21 PM |#3  
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Updated! Thanks !
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Nice work dude.
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You win +1 internet. Thank you.
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2nd June 2011, 11:00 PM |#6  
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How is this different from the one before? SDCard compaitibility?
2nd June 2011, 11:10 PM |#7  
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Is there any way to tell ROM Manager that you have CWM installed and use it's functionality? Or do we have to wait for the official?
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Originally Posted by LabiaSlayer

Is there any way to tell ROM Manager that you have CWM installed and use it's functionality? Or do we have to wait for the official?

Hint: I compared our partition tables to those of the original Galaxy S and they are identical, so just select the "Galaxy S" recovery in ROM Manager.

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Originally Posted by slider2828

How is this different from the one before? SDCard compaitibility?

Not only SD card compatibility, but also the data and dbdata partitions were mapped wrong in the Captivate recovery.

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If I installed CWM already before this version (selected Captivate on the menu) and I have Infused 1.1.1 installed, what do I need to do?

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Quote:
Originally Posted by gtg465x

This is 100% working. All partitions are mapped correctly and the SD cards mount properly.


Instructions (Method 1):
1) Place the zip file on your INTERNAL SD card and rename it "update.zip".
2) Boot into modded 3e recovery and choose "Reinstall Packages". You may have to do this twice the first time.

Instructions (Method 2):
1) Install ROM Manager from the Market and select "Flash ClockworkMod Recovery"
2) Select "Galaxy S i9000" (The partitions are identical. I checked.)


Disclaimer: This is not an official CWM recovery from Koush.

Really? this zip you provided is just the Galaxy S i9000 flash? Bravo sir, for finding this out
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