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[RECOVERY]RMD Recovery v1.0.3.4 | EXT2/3/4+BTRFS | UP TO 3-ext | USB BRICK FIX

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By m0narx, Recognized Developer on 23rd June 2011, 10:00 PM
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Hi, this is recovery menu compiled from modifyed by my AmonRA v2.2.1 source.
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So differences:
  1. Usb brick fix from menu - you must have S-OFF
  2. Flash images(hboot, recovery, radio and etc) from sd-card - you must have S-OFF
  3. Themes support
  4. Ability to control recovery by volume buttons+power button or by track-pad
  5. Fixed OTA Support some SD-cards(Package not found error)
  6. Show's ROM that you use
  7. Show's Ext partition file system
  8. Full support of btrfs
  9. You can convert your fs to btrfs from menu
  10. All fs conversions without data loss
  11. Allow you to flash old zips
  12. Adds ROM name to backup name in nandroid backup
  13. Toggle signature verification as checkbox
  14. Customizable backup as checkboxes
  15. Extended reboot menu
  16. Fixed all wipes menus, and partition mounts
  17. Compiled by my kernel with btrfs support, and without unneeded modules and drivers

Menu contents:
Reboot Phone now
USB-MS toggle

  • Backup system
  • Restore system
  • Remove backup
  • Backup Google proprietary files
  • Restore Google proprietary files

Flash zip from file
  • Choose zip from sdcard
  • [ ]Signature verification
Flash image from file
  • Flash recovery image
  • Flash boot image
  • Flash data image
  • Flash system image
  • Flash radio image
  • Flash hboot image
  • Wipe ALL data/factory reset
  • Wipe /data
  • Wipe /cache
  • Wipe /sdcard/.android_secure
  • Wipe /sd-ext
  • Wipe Dalvik-cache
  • Wipe battery stats
  • Wipe rotate settings
Partition sdcard
  • Partition sd card
  • Repair SD-EXT
  • Convert SD-EXT to ext2
  • Convert SD-EXT to ext3
  • Convert SD-EXT to ext4
  • Convert SD-EXT to btrfs
  • (Un)Mount /system
  • (Un)Mount /cache
  • (Un)Mount /data
  • (Un)Mount /sd-ext
  • (Un)Mount /sdcard
  • Fix apk uid mismatches
  • Move recovery.log to SD
  • Fix USB brick
Power menu
  • Reboot Phone
  • Reboot Recovery
  • Reboot into bootloader
  • Power Off
Planed in 1.0.3
  • Ext alignment
  • Free space on partitions
  • Flash splash1 image
  • Fix ext4 detection

Change log
  • Fix uid mismatches now supports data2ext and other modifications
  • Backup and restore now shows what action now perfomed
  • Some bugfixes
  • Added item to remove backups - now you can delete unneeded backups from menu
  • RC3: Extended theming support(Look at the end of this post)
  • RC2: Flash radio and hboot image
  • RC2: Removed ability to flash splash1 image(not working) - will be fixed, i hope
  • RC2: Background than you flash images
  • RC2: Backgrounds for backup, restore and partition actions
  • RC2: Blinking icon then you perfoming backup,restore or patritioning
  • RC2: USB Brick fix must work for all S-OFF devices.
  • RC2: Changed some internal icons
  • RC1: USB Brick fix from menu!
  • RC1: Flash images - You can flash image of recovery, boot, splash1, data or system from menu
  • RC1: Now shows that rom version is unknown after system wipe
  • RC1: Not allow to create btrfs partitions less then 256 Mb
  • RC1: Fixed some bugs
  • RC1: Background for USB storage mode
  • in RC4 Some optimizations
  • in RC4 Fixed Reflex-S ROM bug on backup
  • in RC4 Removed status of battery, only level showed(status is showing by led=))
  • in RC3 Fixed MIUI rom support
  • in RC3 Added support for charge battery in recovery
  • in RC3 Leds indication of charge(as on Android(amber then charging and green then charged))
  • in RC3 Added show system info menu item
  • Fixed backup bug
  • Fixed ext4 convert bug
  • Added system wipe
  • Multi-ext configuration support(up to 3 ext)
    • Wipe
    • Wipe all function wipes all
    • Mount/Umount
    • Restore/Backup
    • Create/Delete
  • "Smart menus"
    • Shows only that ext partitions that you have in wipe/backup/restore
    • If you have more than one ext, shows "select ext menu" in conversion
    • If you don't have ext at all, hides all menus for work with ext
  • Not need to select device-id before restore
  • Custom restore(showed only items from backup)
  • Improved performance
  • New partitioning menu(partition sdcard->partition sd card)
  • Theming support
    • Apply themes as flashable zips, or via adb
    • Rom makers can include recovery theme, or branding logo in rom
  • Fixed "jump up" then you use checkboxes
  • Added support for rom that use
  • Fixed some typos
  • Removed Logo from background by default

V1.0.3.4(md5 included)
If you have v1.0.3RC1 or later and your device have S-OFF, you can try update recovery directly from recovery:
1.Boot into recovery
2.Unzip recovery.img and put it on sdcard
3.Choose Flash image from file->Flash recovery image-><recovery.img>
4.Reboot recovery

Themes examples
For install on
For install on

V1.0.2 - RC4 BUILD
Standart version 1.0.1

Creating themes for RMD Recovery
Themes can be loaded from system partition or sdcard
Theme located on sdcard have higher priority
1. Theme loads from /system/RMD or from /sdcard/RMD directory
2. Backgrounds that you can put in theme folder:
icon_recovery.png - main background
icon_backup_off.png - first background then you perfoming backup action
icon_backup_on.png - second background then you perfoming backup action
icon_part_off.png - first background then you perfoming partitioning action
icon_part_on.png - second background then you perfoming partitioning action
icon_installing.png - background then you installing images or zips
icon_firmware_error.png - background on errors
icon_usb.png - background for usb-storage mode

3. For change recovery colors:
Create file theme.ini with this content
Change colors values(in RGB)
Save this file and put in /system/RMD or /sdcard/RMD
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23rd June 2011, 10:18 PM |#2  
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is this based on clockwork recovery
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Originally Posted by sebastiaan15

is this based on clockwork recovery

I'ts based on AmonRA 2.2.1
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23rd June 2011, 10:31 PM |#4  
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Which is true; AmonRA or CWM?
23rd June 2011, 10:33 PM |#5  
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remove that shitty background picture and itll be good
23rd June 2011, 10:35 PM |#6  
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Originally Posted by natsumisujimoto

Which is true; AmonRA or CWM?

1st post say AmonRA, why this question?
23rd June 2011, 10:43 PM |#7  
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Sorry, because, I suspect to 2nd post... now downloading and trying. Thanx.
23rd June 2011, 10:58 PM |#8  
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Originally Posted by dur09

remove that shitty background picture and itll be good

I have the same opinion
23rd June 2011, 11:25 PM |#9  
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Nice recovry but...
What about fat32+swap+ext4+ext4 option on sd partition? With that, we can only create 1 ext4 right?
23rd June 2011, 11:34 PM |#10  
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Thanks for your work. It looks helpful. I will try that
24th June 2011, 12:02 AM |#11  
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Out of curiosity, what is btrfs? Is it better than ext?

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