i did exactly so but still the recovery would work well. could it be that the dreaming.nbh used for downgrading is faulty? but then i see alot of people hav used the same file without sweat! Awful luck i guess.
First off, it's DREAIMG.nbh, is it not? If you misspell it here (you typed "dreaming.nbh" ), we can assume you misspell it in telnet too.
Second, do the instructions say to use DREAIMG.nbh and rename it, or to use something else? Been a while since I've done this and I'm on my phone, not a PC, so I can't easily go look for myself.
Third, you unwittingly answered your own question. In telnet, you're basically using the phone's underlying Linux command shell. So, if you mistype something, you might get a one-line response telling you how to use the command. Hence, as you typed, "usage: flash_image partition filename" (going from memory, I think I mistyped something) is telling you that you got something wrong on your command line.notice the command, "flash_image", followed by a space, then the name of the partition (I don't remember the valid names, but "boot" and "recovery" come to mind), followed by another space and the path to and name of the image file you're trying to flash.
For example, "flash_image boot /mnt/sdcard/boot.img" (this of course would have to be altered to suit what you're doing).
If you're flashing amon ra, it should be as the other respondent said (sorry, forgot your name).
flash_image recovery /mnt/sdcard/recovery.img
Of course, the filename has to match exactly what's on your sd card. It does NOT have to be "recovery.img" or "amonra.img". You just have to make sure it's an img format (as opposed to an update.zip or an nbh) and you have to make sure you get the exact name. By the way, cApitALiZAtIon matters.
Hope this helps.
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