[Recovery]Clockwork Mod 6.0.1.2

TheManii

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Requirements:
  • Ability to enter fastboot mode
  • Basic understanding of the command line
  • Battery with 60% or greater charge
  • A compatable rom (see below)

Compatable roms:
  • Supported:
    • Stock 5xx
    • Cyanogen Mod 9.0 Mod
    • Honeystreak R7 and newer
  • Not supported:
    • Stock 3xx
    • Honeystreak R1-R6
    • "normal" Cyanogen Mod 9.0 (ICS B4)
    • AOSP/JB
Install Instructions:
  1. Download Clockwork mod recovery.img
  2. Reboot device into fastboot mode
  3. Flash the recovery with "fastboot flash recovery <path to recovery.img>"
  4. Finished
What works:
  • Nandroid
  • Factory resetting
  • Clearing caches
  • Update zip flashing

What doesnt:
  • USB mounting (requires kernel mods)
Notice:
  • What to do if your nandroid freezes at /cache, /data, /datadata:
    • Flash update-CWMfixer-1.zip as an update zip and try again.
    • OR: Factory reset and manually restore data (Not recommended)
  • To note again: you CANNOT use this if you were previously using HS r2-r6 or ICS
  • If you had previously gotten the 'password' bug on a previous version of CWM (CWM 4.0 specifically), fac resetting from a newer custom recovery will fix this
  • The fac reset command from the bootloader menu will no longer work with a custom recovery installed, but the one from inside the recovery can replace it
  • USB mounting does not work, it cannot be fixed without kernel mods
Controls:
  • Vol Up: Scroll up
  • Vol Down: Scroll down
  • Power: Select item
  • Back: Go back
Changelog:
  • Sep 09 2012: Updated to 6.0.1.2
  • Aug 21 2012: Added workaround for nandroid issues
  • Aug 07 2012: Updated to 6.0.1.1 - updated formatting code
  • Jul 21 2012: Updated to 6.0.1.0 - updated instructions
  • Jul 20 2012: Updated to 6.0.0.9 - fixes update.zip formatting
  • Jul 18 2012: Updated to 6.0.0.6
  • Nov 30 2011: Removed beta tag as it's stable enough, file hasnt changed
  • Nov 13 2011: Updated to 5.0.2.7 - includes built in dual sdcard support
  • Nov 5,2011: Released first beta
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TheManii

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simply not tested, i expect it to work but i'm not sure which zips are compatable

(this is also true of cwm4.0 OR because of 5xx roms being different. I am still examining them, if you wish to test, try using superuser7.zip with cwm5.0)
 

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i've tested superuser7 with cwm 4 on 506 and it worked, at least i got root ;-) but had to flash stock recovery back... gonna test cwm5 with superuser7 on 506 tomorrow on friend's ds7
 

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Next release of CWM will contain dual sd card support (like on the s7), I will wait for it to stabilize before building a new version.

Also going to build for the s10, but that's slightly unrelated
 

TheManii

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Uploaded new beta, based on cwm 5.0.2.7 which has dual sdcard support built in.

USB mounting does not work, it is a known bug
.android_secure is not backed up, as i've never had a need for it I cant even test it. If someone that actually uses it can test it and post results i'll look into it.

Edit: Not an issue, it's automatically backed up apparently, just as much HC cannot use it anyway

Now it should have all the functionality that was included in dj_steve's version of CWM 4.0.

If a couple people can go around testing all the features in it and making sure everything works I can move it from beta to being release worthy.
 
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TheManii, I see everything working except for mounting the USB which we know is a known issue, besides that it all seems good

EDIT: Ok now I am having the same issue as Mystical here below me. I can't flash from the external sd where I had all my files for flashing like themes and such
 
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Issue for me is I tried to use a external SD card witch files to flash, it claimed it couldnt mount the sdcard. Tho the internal one it accesses fine when using "choose zip"

Also the USB Mounting, yea, that wouldve been nice to have working. =)
 

TheManii

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That's a known issue in this cwm, i'm not sure if it's cwm itself or cwm on the streak.

If you click external sd a couple more times it will eventually work and keep working for that session,

does installing zips work fine? That's the main thing that still needs to be tested before I can say it's release worthy
 

TheManii

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That might be the hidden feature, did your screen say "back button disabled"?

If it did just scroll up or down until the screen says "back button enabled"
 

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does installing zips work fine? That's the main thing that still needs to be tested before I can say it's release worthy
Yes I flashed Honeystreak R8 just fine. Flashed it from a zip on the internal sd. Factory reset worked fine too.

I have seen that back button disabled thing too. But doesnt really matter, was able to do everything.

My question is, can I use nandroid? Now that I have HC and so, was wondering if it backups the same?
 

TheManii

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Nandroids from 50x or HS r7 or newer roms ON cwm 5.0 should work.

Nandroids from CWM 4.0 dont work period, the data portion nandroids are broken, and the data portion is pretty much the entire point of nandroid.

Nandroids from 2.2 wont work as HC changed bootloaders.

Nandroids from HS r2-6 wont work since it's partitioned differently.

I'll move CWM 5.0 to official in a couple days if there's no new issues beyond the standing ones.
 

brown291

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Hi whenever I try to flash Mod 5 via adb I receive a response that says device is wating. I'm currently using windows XP.

Sent from my PC36100 using xda premium
 

magicland

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Okay, Running win7 64 bit, can't get the fastboot drivers to install. Tried installing manually via device manager, but it doesn't seem to work for me. Any tips?