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[RECOVERY] ClockWorkMod Installer - Windows v5 - Linux v4

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By rect2409, Member on 11th September 2011, 10:50 AM
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This is only for use on the X10 Mini Pro.

Credits go to nobodyAtall & D4rKn3sSyS for the actual CWM files. Other credits in the README.txt file.

Both version currently use CWM v3.x r5

Windows
Requirements:
Windows PC
USB Cable
Phone driver installed
Android Version 2.1 Stock ROM (2.1.1.A.0.6) (May work on Froyo and Gingerbread ROM's but any custom ROM should have a recovery already installed)
Usage:
You need to set your phone in Debugging Mode.
Connect your phone to your computer
Open up install.bat and follow the instructions inside that.
CWM Usage:
When booting your phone and when the 'Sony Ericsson' letters appear, press and release continuously the 'back' button.
Once you are in the CWM recovery, use the volume keys to navigate upwards / downwards, the 'home' or camera button key to select, the 'back' key to go back.
Last Update:
21-03-2012 v5
Updated Superuser apk and su to version 3.0.7
Replaced SuperOneClick with alternative method
Prefixed relative paths with %~dp0 to complete full paths. This is to combat over zealous group policies. Thanks go to satanselbow

Linux
Requires your phone to be ROOTed but there is now a ROOTer for Linux that can ROOT your phone if not already done. Can be found in this forum.
Requirements:
*nix PC/Laptop
USB Cable
Android Version 2.1 Stock ROM (2.1.1.A.0.6) (May work on Froyo and Gingerbread ROM's but any custom ROM should have a recovery already installed)
Usage:
You need to set your phone in Debugging Mode
Connect your phone to your computer
Open up terminal
Go to the directory it is extracted to
Start the installer by typing "sh cwm-x10minipro.sh"
CWM Usage:
When booting your phone and when the 'Sony Ericsson' letters appear, press and release continuously the 'back' button.
Once you are in the CWM recovery, use the volume keys to navigate upwards / downwards, the 'home' or camera button key to select, the 'back' key to go back.
Last Update:
23-Sept-2011 (v4)
Fixed question about USB Debugging
Fixed permissions on ADB

Links:
Original X10 Mini CWM Thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1105745
Original X10 Mini Pro CWM Thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1106146

Changes:
The changes for the latest version are included in the relevant sections above. A more detailed list of changes across all versions is in the CHANGES.txt file that is in the archive file.


Download:
Windows: Download
Linux: Download


Please do not re-host or re-release without permission.
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11th September 2011, 11:03 AM |#2  
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copy failed read only file system
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11th September 2011, 11:05 AM |#3  
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is this basically a batch file?
because if so i could port it to linux for you
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11th September 2011, 11:13 AM |#4  
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mopgawka - Did you get the correct mtdblock number. The file would set the system dir as r/w to enable you. The mtdblock number is the number directly after the text mtdblock, in the image below it is 0.

Another question was there an error after the "Getting ROOT rights" text? This was the bit that caused me the most issues.

x10man - Yes it is just basically a batch file. If you want to port to linux then go ahead
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11th September 2011, 11:16 AM |#5  
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ClockWorkMod Recovery Installer for X10 Mini Pro by rect2409.
Requirements and credits are listed in the README.txt file.
Please make sure requirements are met before continuing.
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Для продолжения нажмите любую клавишу . . .
Starting ADB Server if not started.
* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *
Getting ROOT rights.
rootsh: permission denied
Usage: mount [-r] [-w] [-o options] [-t type] device directory
Enter the mtdblock number listed "/dev/block/mtdblock? on /system"
Enter mtdblock number: 0
Mount system as R/W.
mount: Operation not permitted
Do you already have a recovery installed? (Y/N):n
Pushing recovery tar file.
failed to copy 'recovery\recovery.tar' to '/system/bin/recovery.tar': Read-only
file system
Pushing chargemon.
failed to copy 'recovery\chargemon' to '/system/bin/chargemon': Read-only file s
ystem
Setting permissions for recovery tar file.
Unable to chmod /system/bin/recovery.tar: Read-only file system
Setting permissions for chargemon.
Unable to chmod /system/bin/chargemon: Read-only file system
Stopping ADB Server.
* server not running *
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i always rooted
11th September 2011, 11:37 AM |#6  
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Ok, Currently working on a new version which hopefully fixes your issues.
11th September 2011, 11:52 AM |#7  
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Thanks I will dl it and take a look later and post the result here

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11th September 2011, 01:10 PM |#8  
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how did you root your phone? I also don't have a script called "rootsh". also you can check if you are rooted with "id". many ppl like me are just rooted after entering the shell
also it's better to use "su" when calling commands that have to be done by root: "su - -c 'mount xyz' "

also don't forget the "*" if you check for keyboard inputs (there are people that may miss the key they wanted to push .D)

good luck.
11th September 2011, 01:18 PM |#9  
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Finnaly! Thank you! Would love to see cwm being imported in the slades kernel, that way we never have to deal with broken files!
11th September 2011, 02:23 PM |#10  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Snoopo

how did you root your phone? I also don't have a script called "rootsh". also you can check if you are rooted with "id". many ppl like me are just rooted after entering the shell
also it's better to use "su" when calling commands that have to be done by root: "su - -c 'mount xyz' "

also don't forget the "*" if you check for keyboard inputs (there are people that may miss the key they wanted to push .D)

good luck.

Yeah I just noticed that i left rootsh in there. Was just something I was playing with.

One thing I hate is Permission Denied error's with adb... Oh fun.
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damn. i just did the port and managed to delete the files. DAMN windows temp file thingys anyway tommorow it will be done
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