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[Recovery] CWM Rogue Touch Recovery v1.5.0 (Updated 5/6/12)

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Steady Hawkin

Inactive Recognized Developer
Mar 27, 2011
588
2,653
Seattle
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ClockworkMod 5.0.2.8 Based
-Rogue Touch Recovery v1.5.0-






Presented By-

TDR
Bazar6
Steady Hawkin



General-

This recovery brings the following game changing features to the table:
  • Full Touch support
  • Overhauled UI
  • Backup/Restore and flash from USB Drive
  • Backup/Restore and flash from internal storage (/sdcard)
  • See Changelog for full list

Important Info-
  1. By default your Xoom will your MicroSD card for nandroids and flashing. To use a USB drive or your internal storage, go to Mounts and Storage and select the location of your choice. *Please note, although you can use your internal storage for nandroids, it is not recommended.*
  2. By default /data/media (/sdcard) will be skipped during wipe, backup, and restore.
  3. This recovery does not support encrypted partitions, do not use this recovery if you use device encryption in ICS

Install Instructions-

-Make a nandroid in your current recovery then proceed
-Download zip file from link below
-Place zip on Micro SDcard
-Reboot into existing recovery
-Choose install zip and select the Rogue Recovery
-Confirm file, wait for it to finish flashing, then reboot
-Reboot back into recovery and bask in the Rogue glory!



Download-

Rogue Recovery v1.5.0 (RC3)



Source-

Can be found on Github- HERE



Thank You-

Koush
CyanogenMod Team
j-r0dd




Donate to Team Rogue HERE




Stay Tuned For Future Releases!!!
 
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Steady Hawkin

Inactive Recognized Developer
Mar 27, 2011
588
2,653
Seattle
-Partial Changelog-​




1.5.0 (RC3)


+Updated base to CWR 5.0.2.8
+Full touch support
**touch menu selections, use on screen buttons, or use volume rockers and power button
***swipe cursor movement (swipe left or right to go back)
+New CM style blue theme
+Large Roboto font
*Fixed text flow
+Changed menu style and layout
+Large backups (>2.1GB) should work now
*Note: 4GB FAT32 limit still applies
+Updated kernel, busybox
+UMS supported
+Fixed script assert toggle (thanks Sam Mortimer)
-Removed backup internal storage (buggy, storage limits)
-Removed partition storage (dangerous)

1.3.0


+Updated base to CWR 5.0.2.7
+Revised backup menu with option to switch to internal storage
*Fixed battery level display
*Using the wipe menu no longer dumps you back to the main menu automatically

1.2.0


+Based on ClockworkMod Recovery v5.0.2.3 + Rogue Kernel 1.3.1N
+New tar-based nandroid images
+Option to flash zips from internal storage directly in the Install menu
+Confirmation screen when storage free space might be too low
*Progress indication disabled by default again for speed (create /sdcard/clockworkmod/.hidenandroidprogress to enable progress)
**Old yaffs-based images still supported

1.1.1


*Fixed Advanced Backup

1.1.0


+Added option to mount USB drive on /sdcard without needing to remove the micro SD card (Mount menu > Mount USB drive on /sdcard)
+Ability to toggle between internal and regular storage (Mount menu)
+Warning before backing up to internal storage
+Disabled formatting, partitioning and USB mounting of internal storage
*Upstream patches

1.0.0


+Based on ClockworkMod Recovery v4.0.1.5 & Launchpad kernel 1.3.0
+New menus from j-r0dd's Nexus S recovery (fewer clicks!)
+Recovery will try to mount external USB drives (FAT format only) as long as Micro SDcard is removed
+Handle /data/media (thanks solarnz)
+Added a toggle to switch on or off backup/restore of /data/media (off by default)
+Will try to mount a USB drive if no micro SD card is present
+Battery level notification in confirmation screen
 
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Steady Hawkin

Inactive Recognized Developer
Mar 27, 2011
588
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Seattle
the card was already in the xoom. i rebooted into recovery again and this time i didnt get the message. maybe because it was the first time booting into it? seems to be fine now.

Strange, let me know if it happens again.

Will have to try this thx Steady. See you in #xoom.

Lookin forward to it G!

Looks sweet. Really dig the Team Rogue logo.

Thanks for your support:D
 

rockhumper

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Mar 17, 2011
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couple noob questions...can we get screen shots? Lol

Also does this recovery play nice for those not using launchpad kernel?

Can I rename my backup using this? When I manually change my backup names with my current recovery they end up having a md5 error and I can't use them anymore

Finally does this mean xoomers can use ROM manager without horrible consequences or is the sd card location still the main problem for us?
 
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Steady Hawkin

Inactive Recognized Developer
Mar 27, 2011
588
2,653
Seattle
couple noob questions...can we get screen shots? Lol

Also does this recovery play nice for those not using launchpad kernel?

Can I rename my backup using this? When I manually change my backup names with my current recovery they end up having a md5 error and I can't use them anymore

Finally does this mean xoomers can use ROM manager without horrible consequences or is the sd card location still the main problem for us?

-I might try and post a screenshot later.
-It plays nice with LP or Tiamat
-I have not had any issues renaming backups in either recovery, are you using a program like Root Explorer to change it? Make sure your using correct punctuation.
-I personally do not use Rom Manager, but I have not heard of issues with either recovery using Rom Manager. Just make sure your on either this recovery, or Solarnz recovery.
 

rockhumper

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Mar 17, 2011
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-I might try and post a screenshot later.
-It plays nice with LP or Tiamat
-I have not had any issues renaming backups in either recovery, are you using a program like Root Explorer to change it? Make sure your using correct punctuation.
-I personally do not use Rom Manager, but I have not heard of issues with either recovery using Rom Manager. Just make sure your on either this recovery, or Solarnz recovery.

Thanks steady. The ROM manager thing is when flashing updates...it actually makes back up a finebut they end up on the internal sd card...but anyways I will just just stock with the current recovery I think. the naming thing is being done through root explorer but I am not sure why changing the name makes the file inaccessible...oh well, not trying to side track your thread. Thanks for the great work
 

Steady Hawkin

Inactive Recognized Developer
Mar 27, 2011
588
2,653
Seattle
Thanks steady. The ROM manager thing is when flashing updates...it actually makes back up a finebut they end up on the internal sd card...but anyways I will just just stock with the current recovery I think. the naming thing is being done through root explorer but I am not sure why changing the name makes the file inaccessible...oh well, not trying to side track your thread. Thanks for the great work

No worries bro, I think I know what the issue is. Try and get in the habit of booting into recovery and using the backup option inside recovery to make your nandroids. After that, use root explorer to change the name. If you do that, you should be golden.
 

rockhumper

Senior Member
Mar 17, 2011
414
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No worries bro, I think I know what the issue is. Try and get in the habit of booting into recovery and using the backup option inside recovery to make your nandroids. After that, use root explorer to change the name. If you do that, you should be golden.

Yeah that is what I have been doing because in my current recovery when I make a back up it does not let me name the back up. It just assigns a date and time name to it. I don't typically use ROM manager with the Xoom at this point. The name change shows up when I boot back into recovery but then when I load it I get md5 sum error.
Maybe I will mess with it tonight some to find the problem.thanks guy!
 

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    ClockworkMod 5.0.2.8 Based
    -Rogue Touch Recovery v1.5.0-






    Presented By-

    TDR
    Bazar6
    Steady Hawkin



    General-

    This recovery brings the following game changing features to the table:
    • Full Touch support
    • Overhauled UI
    • Backup/Restore and flash from USB Drive
    • Backup/Restore and flash from internal storage (/sdcard)
    • See Changelog for full list

    Important Info-
    1. By default your Xoom will your MicroSD card for nandroids and flashing. To use a USB drive or your internal storage, go to Mounts and Storage and select the location of your choice. *Please note, although you can use your internal storage for nandroids, it is not recommended.*
    2. By default /data/media (/sdcard) will be skipped during wipe, backup, and restore.
    3. This recovery does not support encrypted partitions, do not use this recovery if you use device encryption in ICS

    Install Instructions-

    -Make a nandroid in your current recovery then proceed
    -Download zip file from link below
    -Place zip on Micro SDcard
    -Reboot into existing recovery
    -Choose install zip and select the Rogue Recovery
    -Confirm file, wait for it to finish flashing, then reboot
    -Reboot back into recovery and bask in the Rogue glory!



    Download-

    Rogue Recovery v1.5.0 (RC3)



    Source-

    Can be found on Github- HERE



    Thank You-

    Koush
    CyanogenMod Team
    j-r0dd




    Donate to Team Rogue HERE




    Stay Tuned For Future Releases!!!
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    -Partial Changelog-​




    1.5.0 (RC3)


    +Updated base to CWR 5.0.2.8
    +Full touch support
    **touch menu selections, use on screen buttons, or use volume rockers and power button
    ***swipe cursor movement (swipe left or right to go back)
    +New CM style blue theme
    +Large Roboto font
    *Fixed text flow
    +Changed menu style and layout
    +Large backups (>2.1GB) should work now
    *Note: 4GB FAT32 limit still applies
    +Updated kernel, busybox
    +UMS supported
    +Fixed script assert toggle (thanks Sam Mortimer)
    -Removed backup internal storage (buggy, storage limits)
    -Removed partition storage (dangerous)

    1.3.0


    +Updated base to CWR 5.0.2.7
    +Revised backup menu with option to switch to internal storage
    *Fixed battery level display
    *Using the wipe menu no longer dumps you back to the main menu automatically

    1.2.0


    +Based on ClockworkMod Recovery v5.0.2.3 + Rogue Kernel 1.3.1N
    +New tar-based nandroid images
    +Option to flash zips from internal storage directly in the Install menu
    +Confirmation screen when storage free space might be too low
    *Progress indication disabled by default again for speed (create /sdcard/clockworkmod/.hidenandroidprogress to enable progress)
    **Old yaffs-based images still supported

    1.1.1


    *Fixed Advanced Backup

    1.1.0


    +Added option to mount USB drive on /sdcard without needing to remove the micro SD card (Mount menu > Mount USB drive on /sdcard)
    +Ability to toggle between internal and regular storage (Mount menu)
    +Warning before backing up to internal storage
    +Disabled formatting, partitioning and USB mounting of internal storage
    *Upstream patches

    1.0.0


    +Based on ClockworkMod Recovery v4.0.1.5 & Launchpad kernel 1.3.0
    +New menus from j-r0dd's Nexus S recovery (fewer clicks!)
    +Recovery will try to mount external USB drives (FAT format only) as long as Micro SDcard is removed
    +Handle /data/media (thanks solarnz)
    +Added a toggle to switch on or off backup/restore of /data/media (off by default)
    +Will try to mount a USB drive if no micro SD card is present
    +Battery level notification in confirmation screen
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