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[L5] CWM Recovery v6.0.2.8 (non-touch) (last update: 2013/07/04)

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By ldeleeuw, Senior Member on 24th February 2013, 01:48 PM
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Hello,

I want to start with saying that I didn't create these, but they were mostly created by Chacha_Ivanov from 4pda.ru. I just created a thread for it on XDA. Source of the files attached: http://4pda.ru/forum/index.php?showt...#entry19657093 (Translated in Google Translate)

Requirements:
  • You know how to use adb on your PC and you have the proper drivers installed to do so (guide)
  • You know how you can restore your phone to it's original state in case something goes wrong
  • Your phone is rooted
    If isn't rooted, you can follow this guide by XxXKINGMAKXxX
  • USB debugging is enabled

CWM Installation
You can update CWM by flashing the ZIP attached to this post. Latest version is called CWM_6.0.2.8_by_Chacha_Ivanov_2013-05-20.zip. For a first installation follow the guide below.

First Time Installation instructions for CWM
  1. Make sure you meet the requirements listed above.
  2. MAKE A BACKUP! If you want to ensure to keep your important contacts, pictures, data and/or settings.
    If you don't feel confident you can restore your device if something goes wrong while trying this, I recommend you don't do this at all
  3. Unlock Boot Loader, if you haven't done this already. Follow instructions from here
  4. Extract "CWM_6.0.2.8_by_Chacha_Ivanov_2013-05-20.zip" to root of internal sdcard (so you get /sdcard/recovery-clockwork-6.0.2.8-e610.img)
  5. Open command prompt. You can search for "cmd" in your start menu/screen.
  6. Type the following in command prompt and press enter between commands:
    Code:
    adb shell
    su
  7. Press "grant" or "allow" on your phones screen if SuperUser or SuperSU asks for root permissions.
  8. Optional: You can make a backup of the stock recovery by using the following command:
    Code:
    dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p17 of=/sdcard/recovery-backup.img
    To restore, switch the texts after 'if=' and 'of=', after having repeated step 1, 4 and 5.
  9. Continue with the following commands (replace "recovery-clockwork-6.0.2.8-e610.img" by the right file name if necessary)
    Code:
    dd if=/sdcard/recovery-clockwork-6.0.2.8-e610.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p17
    reboot recovery



Additional info:
After the reboot you'll see CWM. You can navigate by using the volume buttons and to access a menu item you need to press the power button
You can access CWM upon boot any time by powering off the phone and restart it by pressing volume down and power on at the same time, then immediately followed by holding the home button (like this).


Notes for CWM 6.0.2.8 by Chacha_Ivanov (2013/05/20):
  • CWM version: 6.0.2.8
  • I pulled recovery.img from Chache_Ivanov's custom V10D_downgrade firmware and put it into a flashable zip, to make updating CWM easier.
  • [REMOVED FEATURE/BUG] Can't mount as USB Storage
  • [BUG] ADB sideload also doesn't work, as the devices isn't recognized by adb when it's in CWM
  • [FIXED] You can install zips from internal, as well as from external SD card
  • ...


Notes for older versions:

Notes for CWM 6.0.2.8 by CyanogenMod Team (2013/03/10):
  • Based on CWM v6.0.2.8, non-touch version
  • [REMOVED] Mount as USB Storage (it wasn't working anyway)
  • [BUG] Mounting of external SD card doesn't work (so put everything you need to access in CWM on internal sd card)
  • [BUG] ADB sideload also doesn't work, as the devices isn't recognized by adb when it's in CWM
  • ...

Notes for CWM 6.0.2.8 by Chacha_Ivanov (2013/03/16):
  • Based on CWM v6.0.2.8 by CM????
  • [BUG] Mounting of internal SD card doesn't work (so put everything you need to access in CWM on internal sd card)
  • [BUG] ADB sideload also doesn't work, as the devices isn't recognized by adb when it's in CWM
  • [FIXED] Mount as USB Storage
  • ...

Notes for CWM 6.0.2.8 by Chacha_Ivanov (2013/03/15):
  • Based on CWM v6.0.2.8 by CM????
  • [REMOVED] Mount as USB Storage (it wasn't working anyway)
  • [BUG] Mounting of internal SD card doesn't work (so put everything you need to access in CWM on internal sd card)
  • [BUG] ADB sideload also doesn't work, as the devices isn't recognized by adb when it's in CWM
  • ...

Notes for CWM6_26-02-2013 users:
  • Based on CWM v6.0.2.5, non-touch version
  • [FIXED] Factory reset
  • [BUG] Mount USB Storage still doesn't work
  • [BUG] ADB sideload also doesn't work, as the devices isn't recognized by adb when it's in CWM
  • ...

Notes for CWM6_24-03-2013 users:
This version was actually released on 24-02-2013, but I made a typo in the filename
  • This version is based on CWM v6.0.2.8 (touch)
  • [BUG] Advanced restore doesn't let you choose which backup you want to use (I think it automatically picks the first)
  • [BUG] Factory reset doesn't work, because there are buttons in the dialog (you can work around it by going to 'mounts and partitions' > 'format cache' and 'format data')
  • [BUG] Restoration of data sometimes doesn't work. I haven't yet figured out why and when exactly
  • [BUG] Mount USB Storage still doesn't work
  • [BUG] ADB sideload also doesn't work, as the devices isn't recognized by adb when it's in CWM


Notes for CWM5_17/02/2013 users:
  • [BUG] Restoration of data doesn't work. You'll get an error message.
    From what I've read it's caused by the limited space we have for /data (2GB). I think it's better to use 3th party recovery from the Google Play Store for backing up and restoring data. CWM's restore functions works as expected for backing up and restoring /system
  • [BUG] Mount USB Storage doesn't work
  • [BUG] ADB sideload also doesn't work, as the devices isn't recognized by adb when it's in CWM
  • ...



Note: CWM6_24-03-2013.rar is actually released on 24/02/2013, but I made a typo in the file name. The newest version of CWM is CWM6 by CM (see direct download link under instructions).
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24th February 2013, 02:55 PM |#2  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ldeleeuw

Hello,

I want to start with saying that I didn't create these, but they were created by Chacha_Ivanov from 4pda.ru. I just created a thread for it on XDA. Today (24/2/2013) he has released a new version of CWM, based on CWM 6.0.2.8.

Source of the files attached: http://4pda.ru/forum/index.php?showt...#entry19657093 (Translated in Google Translate)

Unlocked boot loader is confirmed working with unofficial firmware, which you can find here

For this guide I assume you know how to use ADB on your windows PC and you know how to restore your devices to it's original state (using a KDZ Flasher) if things go sideways.



Bugs in CWM6 are unknown!

Awesome!!!
24th February 2013, 05:35 PM |#3  
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Re: [L5] CWM Recovery 5.x and 6.x (touch)
Can we flash it through cwm?
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25th February 2013, 09:06 PM |#4  
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Re: [L5] CWM Recovery 5.x and 6.x (touch)
Hi do you recommend updating the CWM earlier installed v6.. with this one o 24th? If yes which method? Thanks

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25th February 2013, 09:59 PM |#5  
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Prompt Boot loader unlock
Make sure you unlock using the right files, or else you might get random reboots!
E610: Download from here (made by urobbot/payback)
E610GO / E610V: I think these are carrier specific version of E610. You can try the unlock for E610, but it may result in a boot-loop or random reboots.
E612: Download 'Unlocked_bootloader_17-02-2013.rar' attached from here (made by chacha_ivanov)
E612G / E612F: Use E610 unlock. Tested by Inchewazu and panchovix
E615 / E615F: Download from here. Credits to Payback / confirmed working by mateuswtf
E617 / E617G: Unlocked bootloader by Skellum. You'll find it here.

There is also this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=1159
It's unclear for what model it is, but I think it's made for E612

Boot loader unlock instructions:
  1. Make sure you meet the requirements listed above
  2. MAKE A BACKUP! If you want to ensure you don't loose your data and settings.
    If you don't feel confident you can restore your device if something goes wrong while trying this, I recommend you don't do this at all
  3. Copy "Unlocked_bootloader_*.rar" to root of internal sdcard (you get /sdcard/emmc_appsboot.bin)
  4. Open command prompt. You can search for "cmd" in your start menu/screen.
  5. Type the following in command prompt and press enter between commands:
    Code:
    adb shell
    su
  6. Press "grant" or "allow" on your phones screen if SuperUser or SuperSU asks for root permissions.
  7. Optional: You can make a backup of the stock boot loader by using the following command:
    Code:
    dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p5 of=/sdcard/emmc_appsboot-backup.bin
  8. Continue with the following commands:
    Code:
    dd if=/sdcard/emmc_appsboot.bin of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p5
    reboot
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Probably found a CWM 6 bug: when selecting "wipe data/factory reset", it asks for confirmation but it's impossible to say yes, because there are no buttons nor options to choose of
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I can confirm that. I added it to OP. I found a similar problem with advanced restore.
6th March 2013, 10:32 AM |#8  
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getting rebbot after sd card is scanned this is after unlock bootloader

---------- Post added at 12:32 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:11 PM ----------

if possible how to access stock recovery and install stock system e612f kenya not sure which would apply from this site http://lg-phone-firmware.com/index.php?id_mod=12

through constant reboots installed cwm fixed permissions hopefully it will work

managed to flash new custom rom wiped reset etc and still random reboots seems like bootloader error anyway to restore nb.i hadnt made a backup so please anyone with the orignal
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kdz
here is a kdz log it seems to crash when reading phone info
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Re: [L5] CWM Recovery v6.0.2.5 (non-touch) (updated: 28/02/2013)
What's your model and software version? You can check it by opening options > about phone (listed at the bodem). You will model number and software version there.

Mine says:
Model number: LG-E610
Software version: LG-E610-V10l-NOV-06-2012

I think I should be able to provide you a backup of the boot loader (emmc_bootapps.bin) with this info

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Re: [L5] CWM Recovery v6.0.2.5 (non-touch) (updated: 28/02/2013)
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here is a kdz log it seems to crash when reading phone info

The Kdz program always crashes when your press get phone information. It's a pretty crappy program. It can also crash when is loses focus while flashing

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