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symbuzzer

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I have some questions about kokotas black clk.

1) I need data connection 7/24 for checking emails. So what is the last status of ppp connection stability and wrappers status?

2) Can I use lastest 3.03 spl with it?

3) Can I use any radio with it?

4) On *.*.50.* radios, have I 576 mb ram? or what I need for getting 576 mb ram?

5) Has it got any critical bug?

Thanks.
 

kokotas

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Why hoomanutd99? Is there something wrong with the newer lk_20130506 found here?

symbuzzer,
1) AFAIK wrappers have not been changed since cedesmith worked on them (links to their source code are at 1st post).
I don't know if Rick have done any further experiments with them... Perhaps there is not much more that we could do.
I can't answer for the PPP protocol's stability. I can only share my experience.
I generally use android 2.3 and never had problems (and I've been on two different providers). Newer versions of android - from what other users say - are considered even more PPP-friendly.
2) Yes
3) Yes, but be careful: The TMOUS version of the HD2 can get bricked if you use a radio meant for the EU version.
4) Oh, "The 576MB ram in android" thing...
I can't give a straight answer, cause I haven't got involved with nor searched thoroughly that issue.
I just accepted that some amount of ram is locked for video and system requirements. Maybe Ι'm being naive, but I just don't find it so important:eek:
5) AFAIK no.

Regards!
 
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symbuzzer

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Why hoomanutd99? Is there something wrong with the newer lk_20130506 found here?

symbuzzer,
1) AFAIK wrappers have not been changed since cedesmith worked on them (links to their source code are at 1st post).
I don't know if Rick have done any further experiments with them... Perhaps there is not much more that we could do.
I can't answer for the PPP protocol's stability. I can only share my experience.
I generally use android 2.3 and never had problems (and I've been on two different providers). Newer versions of android - from what other users say - are considered even more PPP-friendly.
2) Yes
3) Yes, but be careful: The TMOUS version of the HD2 can get bricked if you use a radio meant for the EU version.
4) Oh, "The 576MB ram in android" thing...
I can't give a straight answer, cause I haven't got involved with nor searched thoroughly that issue.
I just accepted that some amount of ram is locked for video and system requirements. Maybe Ι'm being naive, but I just don't find it so important:eek:
5) AFAIK no.

Regards!

thanks for reply, I think I should use your lk:)

Did you try to find cotullas 'black magic' for enabling rmnet? magldr patches radio 2.15.50.14 radio every startup. so we must wait loading radio before loading android. I think this is causing to 123456 Go go go messages. I am not a programmer. I am only a lawyer but programming and re engineering are my hobbies. so I tries billion time decompile magldr but couldnt find this black magic to share my experience with real developers for adding rmnet protocol to lk. I am so sorry for this:( I think you and Rick can find this black magic for us. just decompile magldrs differents versions and compare and compare desire hd and hd2 radios. If you dont want to do, I have nothing to say. already your efforts are enough for us:) thanks
 

marcimix

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Thanks.
That's the black_lk_20130506.img?

The flashing in HD2 toolkit will look like this? :
1.)flash HSPL
2.)Flash this clk through install custom ruu
3.)make clk repartition
4.)install CWM
?

Thanks

Next time use search button on the top. That thread is not for the questions like that.

Yep
1) Hard SPL
2) I fleshed cLK last time from root of SDCARD. But its the same thing.
3)Make reparation partition from cLK and next check bad blocks if you have any, just increase sector.
4) You don't need too if you had had choose cLK with TWRP to download. Thoughtul I still use old CWM 5.0.2.6 (I don't remember exactly number) is more stable and more faithfully - last time I buckup ROM via TWRP and now I can not back to him.
I had bad blocks on recovery sector so please make attention of it.
Edit:
Don't forget about newest radio. :) You can flesh it like cLK I think.

Sent from my HD2 using Tapatalk 2
 
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I want a classic CWM :D
So I can use the recovery install from HD2 Toolkit right?

In the PDF manual there is: fastboot flash recovery cLK_recovery_1.3.3_3.0.1.9.img
But the file black_lk_20130506.img doesn't include recovery, or not?

In guide with HD2 toolkit there is for clk 1.5, that I can flash it with the "Install custom RUU option" but they use .nbh file...

Sorry for these question. Installation on my EVO 3D is more simple :laugh:
 
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marcimix

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I want a classic CWM :D
So I can use the recovery install from HD2 Toolkit right?

In the PDF manual there is: fastboot flash recovery cLK_recovery_1.3.3_3.0.1.9.img
But the file black_lk_20130506.img doesn't include recovery, or not?

In guide with HD2 toolkit there is for clk 1.5, that I can flash it with the "Install custom RUU option" but they use .nbh file...

Sorry for these question. Installation on my EVO 3D is more simple :laugh:

Flesh HSPL, next http://www.mediafire.com/?89t3vpgmyi5yxay put this on sdcard to make cLK. Boot the phone to the bootleader via red button + volume down. You have now rec and cLK together. Next boot to the cLK for reparation - red button + back key
Radio: http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/HTC_HD2#Official_ROMs_.26_Radios flesh via ruu. You can also flash from sdcard but you need rename file first to leoimg.nbh
Sorry for my english :)
 

Nixda99

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But I don't want the TWRP...

Or install clk with twrp and than flash cwm from twrp via flashable zip;)
The best is
- flash black clk incl. TWRP recovery
- add sboot, tboot ... partitions in black clk
- download the SD version's of CWM or/and Ext4 recovery and put the files in a seperate folder in SDCard/NativeSD (f.e. SDCard/NativeSD/CWMTouch)
- go to Advanced/NativeSD Manager/Kernel Update in TWRP recovery
- select sboot or another partition and after that one recovery folder in the list above and swipe to confirm


Now you have all recoveries in access,:laugh:
From Black CLK:
-Select Recovery => TWRP
- Select second point (SBoot) => CWM Touch recovery
- Select third point (TBoot) => 4Ext

From TWRP recovery:
- Reboot
- Select sboot,...

After a NativeSD rom installation you must only flash the kernel in TWRP like the recovery kernels, the folder in SDCard/NativeSD should be already there.
To update the TWRP recovery you must only Install the new TWRP-vX.zip in your current TWRP recovery.
 

gilbert32

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How many pages should a question take to answer easy?

Here download this file (thanks kokotas) : http://www.mediafire.com/?19yfu3ndcc4mref .
I don't think it has the newest clk, but definitely has touch cwm recovery.
To get newest black clk: http://www.mediafire.com/?40lp22qs9vc0xh8
download it, put it with fastboot and execute "fastboot flash lk black_lk_20130506.img" while the phone is connected to usb and in clk. (if fastboot doesn't work, install fastboot drivers)
 
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    Timeline for experimental builds [Latest version: 1.5.2.1 @ 6/May/2013]

    ALWAYS make a backup before installing any of these test versions and try them at your own risk!

    • Installation:
    • Links:
      1. Compiled binary
      2. Source code
    • Related Projects (WIP):
    • Timeline:
      1. 19/Jan/2012 - FIRST alternative suggestion
        Link
      2. 25/Jan/2012 - UPDATE #1
        Link
      3. 26/Jan/2012 - UPDATE #2
        1. New format option leaves recovery partition untouched. So yeah, no pc needed after formatting !:)
          Basically it erases all the other existing partitions one by one. At the end recovery partition is intact so we can enter recovery interface and flash our preferred rom.
        2. Set userdata as 'auto-size' partition . So default partition table is:
          "recovery:5"
          "misc:1"
          "boot:5"
          "userdata:0"
          "system:150"
          "cache:5"
        3. Revised the 'Enable/Disable ExtROM' option.
          If enabled it will automatically be used for 'cache' partition .
          If disabled 'cache' will automatically return to 5MB size .
      4. 28/Jan/2012 - UPDATE #3
        1. Cleaned some code that was not used .
        2. Added option to convert 'auto-size' partition to 'fixed-size' .
        3. Added option to set a partition as 'auto-size' if one doesn't already exist (just decrease its size to zero).
        4. Small fixes to some features I previously added.
      5. 29/Jan/2012 - UPDATE #4
        1. Revised the 'rearrange partitions' menu.
          We cannot move recovery , cause then we'll have to re-flash it via pc .
          How it works:
          Lets say we have this layout:
          1."recovery"
          2."misc"
          3."boot"
          4."userdata"
          5."system"
          6."cache"
          And we want to change it to:
          1."recovery"
          2."misc"
          3."boot"
          4."cache"
          5."system"
          6."userdata"
          1. Enter 'REARRANGE PARTITIONS'
          2. Select 'userdata' -> Scroll DOWN to 6 -> Select it
            (You should see the change in the order of the partitions immediately! Don't worry nothing is committed. If you exit and re-enter SETTINGS menu everything will be reset.)
          3. Select 'COMMIT CHANGES' -> Select 'APPLY'
          (Of course you still have the option to re-order and re-size the partitions via pc, if the default layout doesn't fit your needs)
          WARNING ! If you change the order of the partitions then have in mind that the same /dev/block/mtdblock<n>, n=0,1,2,... point to different mount points.
        2. Clean up some code
      6. 01/Feb/2012 - UPDATE #5
        1. Added new info when booting
          After the partition table you should see a list with the existing bad blocks IF ANY. (CONFIRMED)
        2. IF there are any bad blocks inside recovery,misc,boot,sboot,cache THEN they will be auto-re-sized by adding 1MB to each one.
        3. Changed some output messages
      7. 02/Feb/2012 - UPDATE #6
        1. Changed the function regarding auto-resizing:
          IF there are any bad blocks inside recovery,misc,boot,sboot,cache THEN 1MB per 1bad block will be added to each partition with bad block(s). (CONFIRMED)
        2. Changed some output messages
        3. Default partition table is:
          "recovery:5"
          "misc:1"
          "boot:5"
          "system:150"
          "userdata:0"
          "cache:5"
      8. 06/Feb/2012 - UPDATE #7
        1. Minor fixes/changes
        2. Changed some output messages
      9. 08/Feb/2012 - UPDATE #8
        1. If you press&hold the middle [MENU] button during (re)booting you can immediately boot android from sdcard(emmc), assuming that you have flashed sboot partition with the appropriate image and you have the required folder in the root of your sdcard.
          Process of having dual boot(without using pc):
          Prerequisite: The folder(usually named 'Android' or 'ics') with the SD version of Android exists in the root of your sdcard
          1. Boot the device in cLK pressing [BACK] button, having the sdcard inserted
          2. Go to MAIN MENU/SETTINGS - Select ADD sBOOT
          3. Select BOOT RECOVERY from MAIN MENU
          4. Select 'install zip from sdcard' and use something like this(this is an example) flash_sboot.zip
          5. Select 'reboot system now' and press&hold [MENU] button to directly boot Android (emmc)
        2. After each change(resize/rearrange parts, add/remove sboot, enable/disable ExtROM) is committed there is no longer the need to reboot. clk will just auto return to main menu, and from there you can select your next action.
      10. 14/Feb/2012 - UPDATE #9
        1. Changed cpu speed to 998MHz.
        2. Added option to show/hide info(ptable and bbtable) at start-up under MAIN MENU/INFO.
        3. If you invert screen colors, the change will remain after rebooting.
        4. The speed of reading/writing or erasing is improved a bit.
        5. Cleaned up some code.
      11. 22/Feb/2012 - UPDATE #10
        1. Removed showing bad block info during startup. Bad blocks can be checked from SETTINGS/PRINT BAD BLOCK TABLE(if any bad blocks exist).
        2. Added chipset info in header.
        3. Cleaned up more unused code.
      12. 13/Apr/2012 - UPDATE #11
        1. Ported Rick's latest commit.
        2. Added ability to triple boot. It works like secondary boot 'sboot'; you can add a tertiary boot partition named 'tboot' and the rest work the same.
        3. Added "USB" mark for usb detection; if your device is connected to the pc via usb you should see 'USB' at the bottom of the screen.
        4. Cleaned up more unused code. (EXPERIMENTAL)
      13. 06/Jun/2012 - UPDATE #12
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=5,misc=1,boot=5,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] CWM Recovery Touch Beta 8 Release Candidate 1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Added CID, IMEI , BT Mac Addr and WiFi Mac Addr under Device Info (Getting WiFi Mac doesn't work correctly:( ).
        2. Revised the 'Enable/Disable ExtROM' option.
          If enabled, a partition named "null" (which will be only 1 block in size) will be created after 'userdata' and the rest 191 blocks will automatically be used for 'cache' partition .
          If disabled, 'cache' will automatically return to 5MB size .
        3. Added ability to resize partitions by giving size in blocks too . NOT TESTED
          Code:
          fastboot oem part-resize name:size:b
          where size is in blocks
          i.e. fastboot oem part-resize misc:9:b => will resize 'misc' part to 9 blocks
        4. Added ability to add partitions by giving size in blocks too . NOT TESTED
          Code:
          fastboot oem part-add name:size:b
          where size is in blocks
          i.e. fastboot oem part-add misc:8:b => will add 'misc' part with size 8 blocks (= 1MB)
        5. Added option to enable/disable usb detection ("USB" mark at the bottom of the screen if device connected to pc) .
        6. Changed version to LK_1.5black to avoid confusion regarding latest version of main cLK.
      14. 21/Jun/2012 - UPDATE #13
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=5,misc=1,boot=5,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] CWM Recovery Touch Beta 8 Release Candidate 1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. cLK can now be updated through fastboot* using a 'proper' image file**
          *:In order to update use :
          Code:
          fastboot flash lk lk.img
          **:In order to create the lk.img, use nbgen :
          Code:
          nbgen -b:lk.bin -o:lk.img
          -Note that the partition table will not be overwitten.
          -Also you can update clk from recovery or from android.
        2. Bug fixes
      15. 20/Jul/2012 - UPDATE #14
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=5,misc=1,boot=5,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] CWM Recovery Touch Beta 8 Release Candidate 1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Added option to reset ANY settings you have modified.
          (RESET SETTINGS under SETTINGS MENU = 'fastboot oem reset' ,previously cmd was 'fastboot oem format_vptable')
        2. Fixed errors caused by some partition changes, so it should be stable now!
      16. 26/Jul/2012 - UPDATE #15
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=5,misc=1,boot=5,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] CWM Recovery Touch Beta 8 Release Candidate 1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Ported some commits from LK mainline.
          (https://github.com/travisg/lk/commit/a95146ec5aef73b49e37045f96a26c10431d37d4,
          https://github.com/travisg/lk/commit/6f28039866ddeb272e8660dd89a34208fc988896,
          https://github.com/travisg/lk/commit/fc20e231dbabecb612343aa6784705086844052f,
          https://github.com/travisg/lk/commit/ac8b88eefe9067fb0881e15435dce1bbc797d71b,
          https://github.com/travisg/lk/commit/836375f779308d868515d43fbd7979f07874b6de,
          https://github.com/travisg/lk/commit/c2a298970d74dca7c7d738b5e7e3ec04bee00984,
          https://github.com/travisg/lk/commit/c32135b7e5972ec77f0883f55dd8b866b3c07c0d,
          https://github.com/travisg/lk/commit/18559782b3335682310fdfd77b4ccb1563982d2a,
          https://github.com/travisg/lk/commit/06d781f162ff3b35f806de59d7f0bf5bf87fdabd,
          https://github.com/travisg/lk/commit/4bea031527e6d0153e61b7ffd4696df8a30f006c)
        2. 2nd attempt at fixing errors caused by some partition changes.
        3. Edited nbgen so that it is possible to add recovery as a second partition.
      17. 11/Sep/2012 - UPDATE #16
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=5,misc=1,boot=5,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] CWM Recovery Touch Beta 8 Release Candidate 1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Added option to set the default boot partition. At start default is 'boot', but you can change it.
        2. Added option to show or not a MULTIBOOT MENU at startup. Default behavior is to be hidden.
        3. The MULTIBOOT MENU will show any existing boot partitions
          and will boot from the default selection in 10s if you don't select something else.
        4. Code:
          supported_boot_partitions[] =
          {
          	{"boot",},
          	{"sboot"},
          	{"tboot"},
          	{"vboot"}, //no uboot :D
          	{"wboot"},
          	{"xboot"},
          	{"yboot"},
          	{"zboot"},
          	{""},
          };
          As you see we have the primary boot + 7 extra boot partitions.
          However there is NO change to the MAX_NUM_PART (max number of the partitions) which is 12, so you can eventually add 5 (of the 7 extra) different boot partitions,
          (unless you don't have a NAND installation and you have deleted 'system' and 'userdata' so you can use all 7 extra, but I think it will be a mess :p).
        5. Added ability to control menu navigation through fastboot:
          Code:
          'fastboot oem key 8' ==> KEY_VOLUMEUP
          'fastboot oem key 2' ==> KEY_VOLUMEDOWN
          'fastboot oem key 5' ==> KEY_SEND
          'fastboot oem key 0' ==> KEY_BACK
        6. Removed option to enable/disable usb detection ("USB" mark at the bottom of the screen if device connected to pc) . By default it will be disabled .
      18. 18/Sep/2012 - UPDATE #17
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=5,misc=1,boot=5,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] CWM Recovery Touch Beta 8 Release Candidate 1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. acpuclock that Rick wrote and I managed to break:eek:, works again. So you have a new option under SETTINGS: SET MAX/DEFAULT CPU FREQ.
        2. Changed the menus. Rearranged SETTINGS and INFO and their entries.
        3. Fixed the charging while off problem that the last version had. Plus you don't need to unplug the cable in order to turn your phone on. Just press once the [CALL] button.
        4. Fixed errors regarding partition rearrangement.
          Also from that menu you can remove 'system' and 'userdata' from the partition table, by setting their order to 0. This will give you the chance to add 2 more extra boot partitions. If you went crazy and did that, but something doesn't work well, and you want back 'system' and 'userdata' you just have to RESET SETTINGS and the partition will return to default.
        5. Fixed some errors regarding add/remove %x%boot.
        6. Changed how the countdown in multiboot menu works. If you interact then the countdown is canceled.
        7. Added option whether to fill the bad block table at startup or not, FILL/SKIP FILLING BBT @ STARTUP under SETTINGS.
          Remember the option PRINT BAD BLOCK TABLE? If you don't select to FILL BBT @ STARTUP, then you won't see a BAD BLOCK TABLE because it will not be created. In simple words this means a little faster boot into cLK menu.
        8. At a (re)boot event the way LK is determining what to do is:
          First checks if any key was pressed, then checks the boot reason.
          For example, if you selected 'Reboot to bootloader' from android but in the process you want to boot to recovery, you can just press&hold the [HOME] button until the phone vibrates.
        9. Removed the function regarding auto-resizing small partitions which have bad blocks.
        10. Added a fading animation before booting any kernel or recovery.
      19. 18/Sep/2012 - UPDATE #18
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=5,misc=1,boot=5,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] CWM Recovery Touch Beta 8 Release Candidate 1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Fixed messed up menus if more than one extra boot partition exists.
      20. 20/Sep/2012 - UPDATE #19
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=5,misc=1,boot=5,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] CWM Recovery Touch Beta 8 Release Candidate 1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Fixed messed up menus if the order of the extra boot partitions is changed from default.
      21. 24/Oct/2012 - UPDATE #20
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=6,boot=5,misc=1,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] CWM Recovery Touch Beta 8 Release Candidate 1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Increased default size of 'recovery' partition to 6MB and changed layout.
        2. Removed fading effect.
        3. Added back option to enable/disable usb detection ("USB" mark at the bottom of the screen if device connected to pc).
        4. Some platform code changes.
      22. 29/Oct/2012 - UPDATE #21
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=6,boot=5,misc=1,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] CWM Recovery Touch Beta 8 Release Candidate 1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Leds work. If you boot into cLK menu and your device is connected to a pc the led will go green. If not connected the led will stay turned off.
        2. Screen brightness can be adjusted. Added option under SETTINGS. The selected level will be the default at each boot.
        3. Entering cLK menu is slightly slower than before.
        4. Added an option to change UDC settings at will. This is an attempt to solve any usb issues you might have (fastboot errors) without having to re-compile cLK's binary with different udc settings. 1st set is the default one. 2nd is the set that cLK used to have initially (1.5_rc1). 3rd is not working for me either, but left it for testing. So lets see how this goes...
        5. When in cLK menu you can select items with the [MENU] button too(added this for those with broken [CALL] button).
      23. 11/Nov/2012 - UPDATE #22
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=6,boot=5,misc=1,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] CWM Recovery Touch Beta 8 Release Candidate 1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Changed some options under SETTINGS.
        2. Added option to use inbuilt off-mode charging under SETTINGS/SET DEFAULT OFF-MODE CHARGING. From that menu you can select it (option USE INBUILT OFF-MODE CHARGING) and try it out.
          If using inbuilt off-mode charging the device wakes up if you press POWER [button].
          This is an experimental feature! Only tested with original battery and charger.
          High Voltage (as measurement) is set to 4.2 V. Use at your own risk! Otherwise stick to the default way of charging (option USE RECOVERY'S OFF-MODE CHARGING).
        3. Usb detection function changed (option under SETTINGS/ENABLE USB DETECTION). "USB" mark at the bottom of the screen if device connected to pc is replaced by turning led on/off if connected/disconnected.
        4. Added some code as an experiment for a potential off-mode alarm application.
          More info in this thread.
          Warning : I didn't know java or how to use eclipse and make an android app. Seriously, I still don't. But after some days I managed to write this application mostly because I wanted to know if this idea was possible. So consider it as an example. Any criticism accepted:eek:. I just hope that someone may find it useful and make the best out of it.
      24. 19/Nov/2012 - UPDATE #23
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=6,boot=5,misc=1,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] CWM Recovery Touch Beta 8 Release Candidate 1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Added option to set the voltage threshold for inbuilt off-mode charging under SETTINGS. It can be set from 3.8 to 4.2 V.
        2. Changed the code for the off-mode alarm application based on Rick's suggestions. In order to work you need to have a patched kernel like this one. More info on off-mode alarm in this thread.
        3. Added some code for another project, a multiboot android app. More info here.
        4. Small fixes.
      25. 23/Nov/2012 - UPDATE #24
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=6,boot=5,misc=1,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] (a)CWM Recovery Touch Beta 8 Release Candidate 1 Or (b)TWRP 2.2.2.0 with new zImage (patched tytung's latest GB-kernel)
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Voltage threshold for inbuilt off-mode charging can be set from 3.7 to 4.2 V.
        2. First attempt to fix problem with suspend mode.
        3. Each included recovery is edited to fix the problem with the limitation of total mtd partitions(before edit the max was 11 - now I've set it to 20).
      26. 05/Feb/2013 - UPDATE #25
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=6,boot=5,misc=1,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] Extended TWRP 2.4.1.0.r1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Fixed output for option to make an 'autosize' partition 'fixed-size'.
        2. If set to do so, fill bad block table before any flash_write will be called(like in set_recovery_message()).
        3. Add ability to change ptable according to values passed from recovery_msg.
        4. Ported commits from mainline lk.
      27. 06/Feb/2013 - UPDATE #26
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=6,boot=5,misc=1,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] Extended TWRP 2.4.1.0.r1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Changes relevant to memory offsets:
          Code:
          RAMDISK_ADDR     		:= "(BASE_ADDR+0x01000000)"
          SCRATCH_ADDR     		:= "(BASE_ADDR+0x02000000)"
      28. 11/Feb/2013 - UPDATE #27
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=6,boot=5,misc=1,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] Extended TWRP 2.4.1.0.r2
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Added ability to wake the device while off-mode charging by pressing the middle [MENU] button (for those with power button problem).
        2. Updated the change_ptn_layout() function to be compatible with new Extended-TWRP.
      29. 14/Mar/2013 - UPDATE #28
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=8,boot=5,misc=1,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] Extended TWRP 2.4.4.0.r1
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Increased default size of recovery partition to 8MB.
        2. Updated the change_ptn_layout() function to be compatible with new Extended-TWRP.
      30. 6/May/2013 - UPDATE #29
        Code:
        [U]Default partition table:[/U] recovery=8,boot=5,misc=1,system=150,userdata=0,cache=5
        [U]Included recovery:[/U] Extended TWRP 2.5.0.3
        [U]ExtRom:[/U] Disabled
        1. Update get_rom_name_from_cmdline(): return NAND if cmline = "no_console_suspend=1 console=null".
        2. Update included version of recovery in nbh file.
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    Drivers and Utilities
    The following tools are provided here, for linux(ubuntu 64bit binaries), windows and mac:
    • adb
    • fastboot
    • mkbootimg (not windows)
    • unpackbootimg (not windows)

    Q: What is cLK?
    A: cLK is a homebrew bootloader which will allow you to boot into android directly on your windows mobile phone.

    Q: Is it better then magldr ?
    A: This question is heavily dependent on the user and his needs however the following points might help you make a better choice:
    • magldr is capable of booting Windows Phone 7.x.
    • cLK boots a tad faster than magldr as it does not wait for radio processor on boot.
    • cLK is open source so you can give/take what you want and learn stuff while doing so.
    • cLK has Partitioning tools inbuilt, you'll never have to hook your phone to a computer ever again, just for flashing a rom!
    • cLK has recovery inbuilt for users with broken usb port.
    • cLK supports off-mode charging

    Known issues
    • RMNET does not work.

    Related projects
    57
    [07 Jun 2011][BOOTLOADER]+[RECOVERY]cLK v1.4.0.1

    Contents
    Post 6: cLK compile HowTO (Linux)
    Post 7: cLK compile HowTO (Windows)
    Post 8: ROMs, HowTOs, Utilities (created by others)
    Post 9: convert magldr ROM to cLK HowTO


    Source code


    Drivers and Utilities
    The following tools are provided in here, for linux(ubuntu 64bit binaries), windows and mac; thanks to Segnale007, who compiled them for mac.
    • adb
    • fastboot
    • mkbootimg (not windows)
    • unpackbootimg (not windows)
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    cLK v1.5
    Check first post for information.

    You're free to mirror it, but possibly include a link to this thread incase of future updates.
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