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loveboatcaptain

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You are looking for a special modded Clockworkmod recovery?



Clockworkmod Recovery v4.0.0.5

removed downloadlinks cause of issues with the new unity kernel.

please use this very special recovery

Just have a look on this site: 4EXTRecovery v1.1.1 | STAY @EXT4 | Convert EXT4 without losing data | Advanced Backup



Clockworkmod Recovery v3.2.0.0

downloadlink:

PG88IMG-RECOVERYIMG-3.2.0.0.zip



Clockworkmod Recovery v3.1.0.1

downloadlink:

PG88IMG-RECOVERYIMG-3.1.0.1.zip


or visit my blog dev page: lbc mod android development - custom recovery

Install Instructions:

  • download the zip package
  • rename it to PG88IMG.zip
  • put that file on the root of your sd card
  • start you phone in bootloader (hboot not fastboot)
  • the bootloader will ask you if you want to install recovery.img
  • confrim
  • reboot
  • rename the file again into something else (cause bootloader will always try to flash if a PG88IMG.zip file is on your sd card
 
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liljom

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Hey Guys,


just have the first booting version of ClockworkMod Recovery v.3.0.2.4 on my phone.

View attachment 575564

a full working beta will come in the next days.

Install instructions will follow, too.

CREDITS: this is basicly the work of HCDR.Jacob how helped my to build this, cause my macbook sucked at building from source. so give him a big tanks too ;-)

see you later with a download for everyone with s-off


regards

woohoo

you are great :D
 

Hawkysoft

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Maybe ours work for you to, koush made ours public today. Ill give u the info tomorrow, should be all the same

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loveboatcaptain

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the beta tests have finished...

we talked to koush and he put it into ROM MANAGER just in this minute...

so happy flashing for all with s-off and root.

regards

p.s. don´t forget to thank HCDR.Jacob. He build it together and fixed the bugs and of course koush for pushing it so quick to ROM MANAGER.

thx to this great community
 

loveboatcaptain

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Cool - working, thanks!

running backup now - so let the de-sense begin - I always brake some things when playing around to strip sense, so great to have full backup... ;)

feel free to test my first rom ;-)

this would be easier to "de-sense" cause it´s allready deodexed. so you needn´t delete so much stuff ;-)

a light version will follow the nexts days, which will be "de-sensed" and have a custom launcher like ADW or LP

regards
 

dont know

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feel free to test my first rom ;-)

this would be easier to "de-sense" cause it´s allready deodexed. so you needn´t delete so much stuff ;-)

a light version will follow the nexts days, which will be "de-sensed" and have a custom launcher like ADW or LP

regards

It's a very light desense I want (only get rid of the ad-ware inkluded and some others like twitter..)
I'm on ADW because of the cool themes available.

THANKS for the possibility of real rooting (unsecure and clockwork) again..
 

M0ng0

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Hi, how can I root my desire s save

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datoml

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Hi, how can I root my desire s save

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Hey, today i unlocked mine with an xtc clip.
Then I flashed the unsecured Boot Image. I hope it is called so ;).
After that worked successful, i rooted it with SuperOneKlick.

Maybe this works for you too.
 

MarylandCookie

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May 13, 2010
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Any chance you can get in touch with the developer of this as there seems to be a very annoying bug.
Everytime i include:
  • format CACHE or
  • format("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p27", "/cache");
the recovery will not flash the ZIP. It will always give a STATUS 1 error.
So i have to manually format cache and run my ZIPS.
Thanks.
 
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mih_

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anybody successfully tried to revert on stock recovery?
fastboot says "FAILED (remote: not allowed)", and with cwm recovery it's impossible to try new OTA...
 

loveboatcaptain

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Any chance you can get in touch with the developer of this as there seems to be a very annoying bug.
Everytime i include:
  • format CACHE or
  • format("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p27", "/cache");
the recovery will not flash the ZIP. It will always give a STATUS 1 error.
So i have to manually format cache and run my ZIPS.
Thanks.

hey dude,

i ported the recovery together with a friend. so i´m your man ;-)

i never noticed that there is a problem with formating cache partition, cause i don´t touch it with my updater-script.

so first question:
why you will add that to your updater-script? me for myself prefere the way of wiping my phone manually. and that works very well with CMR. i also tested it in the mount/partition menu.

i would not like it, when a script wipes stuff and i did not know about.
i only use format for system in my full update.zip´s. in updates for my rom i did not wipe anything.

second question: did you know that cache partition is always mounted when recovery starts? perhaps thats the problem.

regards
 
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loveboatcaptain

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anybody successfully tried to revert on stock recovery?
fastboot says "FAILED (remote: not allowed)", and with cwm recovery it's impossible to try new OTA...

those fastboot commands only works with an ENG S-Off bootloader. which we dont have. we have SHIP S-Off... there are differences between those both.

our bootloader can everything the ENG can with fastboot commands. we have to use a zip file to flash things like recovery or splash.

you have to add your recovery backup img into my PG88IMG-unsecured_bootimg.zip file from this post [BOOT] Root for S-Off with unsecured Boot Image rename it to PG88IMG.zip and add your recovery.img into that zip file and remove the boot.img file.

than put the file on the root of your sdcard and reboot into bootloader.
the file will be flashed automaticly.

after reboot your phone, rename the file again to something else, cause every time you are in bootloader and this file is named PG88IMG.zip on your sdcard thhe bootloader will try to flash it.

just a little tipp at the end: you can add every img file into this zip. system and data img files from nandroid backups are working too ;-)

regards
 

dont know

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Feb 12, 2009
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Thank you!
I'll try it next time, i'll need it :)
But i've managed to flash it through flash_image from this link:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/index.php?title=HTC_Vision#HBOOT_partition_map
with recover.img from OTA downloaded.

After OTA i've lost the root, but gingerbreak still works...

Could you PLEASE give me a short (or long ;) ) description how to install the ota?

No idea what to do with the linked code...

EDIT Extracted the boot.img from ota and copoed it to PG88IMG.zip - restart - run ota-update -> fail :(

EDIT2 I'm an idiot: instead of boot.img it is a great idea to try it with recovery.img *LOL*
 
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mih_

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Sep 19, 2006
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You just have to replace clockworkmod ecovery with stock one.
I've taken it from OTA downloaded.
It contains file firmware.zip inside, which contains recovery.img as well.

You can flash it with tool flash_image (http://www.thinkthinkdo.com/trac/project1/raw-attachment/wiki/vision_utilities/flash_image.zip)
Just put it somewhere to device, where you can run it (for instance/data/local/bin/, /system/bin/ if remounted to rw, /sdcard if remounted to exec)
and run from device or adb shell like%

su
flash_image recovery /sdcard/recovery.img

after that, you can reboot to hboot, check out that you do not have cwm recovery anymore, boot to android and install OTA as usual from menu...
 
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dont know

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does the recovery also do a backup of the radio?

(my wifi is broken sinve ota update - and I'm an stock recovery now, so can't test at the moment)
 

MarylandCookie

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Cache being mounted or unmounted isnt the issue.
I can wipe cache manually but automatting it in the script seems the break the whole process.
Its good for testing and having a fresh install.
Lets android re-build everything.
Take from Clockworks How to:
wipe cache partition
Wipes the cache partition of the device to clear all the data accumulated there over use. This is often used before installing a new ROM, app, kernel or any similar mod via recovery

http://www.addictivetips.com/mobile...-and-how-to-use-it-on-android-complete-guide/
 
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    banner9.png



    clockworkmod-recovery-v4.0.0.5.jpg

    You are looking for a special modded Clockworkmod recovery?



    Clockworkmod Recovery v4.0.0.5

    removed downloadlinks cause of issues with the new unity kernel.

    please use this very special recovery

    Just have a look on this site: 4EXTRecovery v1.1.1 | STAY @EXT4 | Convert EXT4 without losing data | Advanced Backup



    Clockworkmod Recovery v3.2.0.0

    downloadlink:

    PG88IMG-RECOVERYIMG-3.2.0.0.zip



    Clockworkmod Recovery v3.1.0.1

    downloadlink:

    PG88IMG-RECOVERYIMG-3.1.0.1.zip


    or visit my blog dev page: lbc mod android development - custom recovery

    Install Instructions:

    • download the zip package
    • rename it to PG88IMG.zip
    • put that file on the root of your sd card
    • start you phone in bootloader (hboot not fastboot)
    • the bootloader will ask you if you want to install recovery.img
    • confrim
    • reboot
    • rename the file again into something else (cause bootloader will always try to flash if a PG88IMG.zip file is on your sd card
    3
    well... quite funny...

    i just tried to compile an old modded clockworkmod recovery version i personal used on my wildfire before switching to the desire s.

    this mod is made by arco68 and you can read about it here:
    [Recovery] ClockworkMod v3.1.0.2 (with offmode charging)

    attachment.php


    this version is a little older, but is doing his job more than well.
    the special feature why i LOVE this mod is the "advanced backup" option for the nandroid backups. this is PERFECT for people like me who cooks roms.

    this safes a lot of space on my sdcard when i made backups of versions which i might want to use later. (like switchen between my new builds). i only need system.img and boot.img to make a update.zip for you but have to backup the hole rom with data and caches. (safes 400MB per backup).

    hope you rom-chefs will love this mod as much as me.

    1neK


    it also has a "wipe all" feature which safes some stupid klicks but has still the 7 no´s in confirm menu ;)

    screenshots are from the original post...

    will release it tomorrow together with j_rodd´s modded version.

    i would pay a beer if somebody could merge those two things into one ;)

    regards
    3
    anybody successfully tried to revert on stock recovery?
    fastboot says "FAILED (remote: not allowed)", and with cwm recovery it's impossible to try new OTA...

    those fastboot commands only works with an ENG S-Off bootloader. which we dont have. we have SHIP S-Off... there are differences between those both.

    our bootloader can everything the ENG can with fastboot commands. we have to use a zip file to flash things like recovery or splash.

    you have to add your recovery backup img into my PG88IMG-unsecured_bootimg.zip file from this post [BOOT] Root for S-Off with unsecured Boot Image rename it to PG88IMG.zip and add your recovery.img into that zip file and remove the boot.img file.

    than put the file on the root of your sdcard and reboot into bootloader.
    the file will be flashed automaticly.

    after reboot your phone, rename the file again to something else, cause every time you are in bootloader and this file is named PG88IMG.zip on your sdcard thhe bootloader will try to flash it.

    just a little tipp at the end: you can add every img file into this zip. system and data img files from nandroid backups are working too ;-)

    regards
    3
    anyway to get the recovery image without rom manager? need it for some testings

    just attached a PG88IMG-RECOVERYIMG.zip file to the first post.

    in it you will find the clockworkmod recovery image.

    hope this will help you


    regards
    1
    Any chance you can get in touch with the developer of this as there seems to be a very annoying bug.
    Everytime i include:
    • format CACHE or
    • format("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p27", "/cache");
    the recovery will not flash the ZIP. It will always give a STATUS 1 error.
    So i have to manually format cache and run my ZIPS.
    Thanks.