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[lt02xxx][CWM Advanced Edition] PhilZ Touch

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Phil3759

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Main thread + features + install instructions + dev support
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2201860



PhilZ Touch is a CWM Advanced Edition that adds all the features you could ever miss in CWM
It is a well proven recovery for many phones

It also adds a full touch interface a completely configurable GUI


Please give your feedback, what works, and any bug you could encounter
Read the features, and check if you are missing something

Also, do not forget to read about the powerful aroma file manager integration and double tap shortcut


Download links
Last version can be found here:
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0
- SM-T210 WiFi (lt02wifi)
- SM-T211 3G (lt023g)
http://goo.im/devs/philz_touch/CWM_Advanced_Edition

credits to @gr8nole and @ketut.kumajaya
 
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gr8nole

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Main thread + features + install instructions + dev support
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2201860



PhilZ Touch is a CWM Advanced Edition that adds all the features you could ever miss in CWM
It is a well proven recovery for many phones

It also adds a full touch interface a completely configurable GUI


Please give your feedback, what works, and any bug you could encounter
Read the features, and check if you are missing something

Also, do not forget to read about the powerful aroma file manager integration and double tap shortcut


Download links
Last version can be found here:


credits to @gr8nole and @ketut.kumajaya

Thank you very much for making this for us.

I flashed it and noticed that the external sd does not mount and we can not use it. I repacked your version with my fstab and external sd works correctly.
 
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Phil3759

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We have never had working usb storage in recovery on this device.

I will look into what is needed for the vold.

Thank you again.

Sent from my SCH-I605

ok
I re-uploaded to goo.im with your recovery.fstab
However, it could be a few advanced functions won't work properly as I am not sure I implemented external_sd support properly everywhere
 

gr8nole

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ok
I re-uploaded to goo.im with your recovery.fstab
However, it could be a few advanced functions won't work properly as I am not sure I implemented external_sd support properly everywhere

Thank you, it seems to be working correctly now.

Does this background look correct?
uploadfromtaptalk1392759812848.jpg

Sent from my SCH-I605
 
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gr8nole

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Uploaading 6.16.2 with fixed background

Do you need an odin version? Dow you have a download or bootloader mode?

6.16.2 looks much better, thank you.
We do have download mode, so an Odin version would be great.

On a side note, the Reboot to Download option does work.

I don't know how you keep up with so many different devices, but you do a great job.

Sent from my SCH-I605
 

Phil3759

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6.16.2 looks much better, thank you.
We do have download mode, so an Odin version would be great.

On a side note, the Reboot to Download option does work.

I don't know how you keep up with so many different devices, but you do a great job.

Sent from my SCH-I605

I keep up thanks to people like you, porting their devices trees ;)
:good:

I use scripts to build recoveries and repack them
Compiling, repacking and creating zip + tar files classified in upload path for one or 130 devices is just one command line,

Adding a tar release is just:
Code:
TAR_MD5_FLASH="yes"

However, it is still a huge impressive job mainly to port device trees, kernel sources, bugs...
the scripts must be maintained too, all the time

Hopefully I will soon be able to only focus on recovery sources and selected devices while devs can build full version at their will
 

Phil3759

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Uploaded tar.md5

Let me know when you fix your device tree
By the way, recovery doesn't need all the modules
Also, no need to specify kernel sources and use TARGET_PREBUILT_KERNEL flag

Hope you can fix the vold soon too
Use my minivold binary to have exfat support through kernel modules if you compile it again
 

gr8nole

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Uploaded tar.md5

Let me know when you fix your device tree
By the way, recovery doesn't need all the modules
Also, no need to specify kernel sources and use TARGET_PREBUILT_KERNEL flag

Hope you can fix the vold soon too
Use my minivold binary to have exfat support through kernel modules if you compile it again

I have updated my device source on github to fix vold and kernel. https://github.com/gr8nole/android_device_samsung_lt02wifi

The external sd card is listed as /storage/extSdCard in the device vold.fstab, so I used that and it works. No extra.fstab needed.

I also updated the fstab to use the "by name" convention for all other mount points. The usb devices will probably never work for us because the device vold.fstab refers to mount points in "omap" directories which we do not even have.

I commented out the portions pertaining to prebuilt kernel, so it compiles (and uses) the kernel from source now.

I did compile a non-touch version this morning with these changes and everything seems to work great.

Thank you.
 

Phil3759

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I have updated my device source on github to fix vold and kernel. https://github.com/gr8nole/android_device_samsung_lt02wifi

The external sd card is listed as /storage/extSdCard in the device vold.fstab, so I used that and it works. No extra.fstab needed.

I also updated the fstab to use the "by name" convention for all other mount points. The usb devices will probably never work for us because the device vold.fstab refers to mount points in "omap" directories which we do not even have.

I commented out the portions pertaining to prebuilt kernel, so it compiles (and uses) the kernel from source now.

I did compile a non-touch version this morning with these changes and everything seems to work great.

Thank you.
did you try:
/devices/platform/sdhci-pxav3.0/mmc_host/mmc1 auto auto defaults voldmanaged=extSdCardsdcard1:auto

extra.fstab is to add blk_device2 support, that is ability to format external storage to ext2/ext3 and to partition it
Also, it makes it possible to better get partition size for some devices
 
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gr8nole

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did you try:


extra.fstab is to add blk_device2 support, that is ability to format external storage to ext2/ext3 and to partition it
Also, it makes it possible to better get partition size for some devices

It does work with "sdcard1" as well. I chose to leave it as extSdCard because that is how it is named in our stock roms. Please use whichever works best for you.

Thanks for the info about the extra.fstab. :good:
 

Phil3759

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It does work with "sdcard1" as well. I chose to leave it as extSdCard because that is how it is named in our stock roms. Please use whichever works best for you.

Thanks for the info about the extra.fstab. :good:

recovery should use sdcard1 to avoid potential issues due to mal-formatted install scripts
That's the new CWM convention

I will go with sdcard1

Thank you again
Probably because you did not use auto as mount point then
 
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    Main thread + features + install instructions + dev support
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2201860



    PhilZ Touch is a CWM Advanced Edition that adds all the features you could ever miss in CWM
    It is a well proven recovery for many phones

    It also adds a full touch interface a completely configurable GUI


    Please give your feedback, what works, and any bug you could encounter
    Read the features, and check if you are missing something

    Also, do not forget to read about the powerful aroma file manager integration and double tap shortcut


    Download links
    Last version can be found here:
    Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0
    - SM-T210 WiFi (lt02wifi)
    - SM-T211 3G (lt023g)
    http://goo.im/devs/philz_touch/CWM_Advanced_Edition

    credits to @gr8nole and @ketut.kumajaya
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    Updated to 6.16.3

    I merged your device tree sources, looks better now in fact :)

    I did not use your init.recovery.rc file
    Please check if all is fine how I did it
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    Main thread + features + install instructions + dev support
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2201860



    PhilZ Touch is a CWM Advanced Edition that adds all the features you could ever miss in CWM
    It is a well proven recovery for many phones

    It also adds a full touch interface a completely configurable GUI


    Please give your feedback, what works, and any bug you could encounter
    Read the features, and check if you are missing something

    Also, do not forget to read about the powerful aroma file manager integration and double tap shortcut


    Download links
    Last version can be found here:


    credits to @gr8nole and @ketut.kumajaya

    Thank you very much for making this for us.

    I flashed it and noticed that the external sd does not mount and we can not use it. I repacked your version with my fstab and external sd works correctly.
    6
    Uploaading 6.16.2 with fixed background

    Do you need an odin version? Dow you have a download or bootloader mode?
    5
    6.16.2 looks much better, thank you.
    We do have download mode, so an Odin version would be great.

    On a side note, the Reboot to Download option does work.

    I don't know how you keep up with so many different devices, but you do a great job.

    Sent from my SCH-I605

    I keep up thanks to people like you, porting their devices trees ;)
    :good:

    I use scripts to build recoveries and repack them
    Compiling, repacking and creating zip + tar files classified in upload path for one or 130 devices is just one command line,

    Adding a tar release is just:
    Code:
    TAR_MD5_FLASH="yes"

    However, it is still a huge impressive job mainly to port device trees, kernel sources, bugs...
    the scripts must be maintained too, all the time

    Hopefully I will soon be able to only focus on recovery sources and selected devices while devs can build full version at their will