[RECOVERY] [GN] [maguro] ClockworkMod Recovery 6.0.4.7 + Nightlies [Flashable Zip]

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osm0sis

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ClockworkMod Recovery -- Latest maguro Official & Nightlies

This thread is for the GSM/HSPA+ (maguro) model, GT-i9250, and its international variants.

"Nightlies" and changelogs are posted in this thread each time a version bump is made in the source with no official update on ROM Manager. Zips for the latest official are also posted until another "nightly" gets made. Links to the latest "nightly" zips will be in this post, as well as links to the latest official fastboot images via ROM Manager.

http://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_bootable_recovery/commits/cm-11.0


Downloads

Current Official: 6.0.4.7 (Jan 29, 2014)
Fastboot links: http://clockworkmod.com/rommanager
Changelog link: http://v.ht/6047mo

Use the appropriate fastboot command to flash on an unlocked bootloader:
Code:
fastboot flash recovery recovery-clockworkmod-touch-6.0.4.7-maguro.img

Or use my Flashlt script or Recovery zip!


Final "Nightly": 6.0.5.1+ (Nov 4, 2014)
Flashable Zip / Changelog link: http://v.ht/6051mf

Zips provided to flash in the custom recovery of your choice.


Credits: I take no credit for any of the fantastic work done on the recovery; I'm just making it easier for the community to follow along by sharing builds from builder.clockworkmod.com (or mirrors.reflected.net for 6.0.4.9+) and packaging them as zips with a changelog summarized from the Github contributions. CWM is open source and features ongoing work by koush, cyanogen, PhilZ and many others.
 
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osm0sis

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Official + "Nightly" Build Changelogs

Recent Major Features/Changes:

- End-Of-Life for ClockworkMod Recovery, features reduced to become Cyanogen Recovery. (6.0.5.2+)
- Allow selective restore of multiple partitions. (6.0.5.0+)
- Multi-core support "performance mode" during backup/restore. (6.0.4.7+)
- Add swipe-based controls to non-touch recovery. (6.0.4.5+)
- Remove all extra "No" options, create .many_confirm to restore. (6.0.4.5+)
- Reintroduce "Rainbow Mode" Easter Egg. (6.0.4.0+)
- Add gzip format (tgz) to Default Backup Format Menu, reducing backup size significantly. (6.0.3.8+)
- Save last 6 recovery logs in /cache/recovery/. (6.0.3.6+)
- Remove Fix Permissions option. (6.0.3.5+)
- Add Reboot to Bootloader and Power Off options to Advanced Menu. (6.0.3.5+)
- Add rooting of unrooted devices with koush's Superuser. (6.0.3.2+)
- Remove Wipe Battery Stats option. (6.0.2.2+)
- Enable "adb sideload <zip>" command. (6.0.1.5+)
- Add creating an update zip of /data apps to share with others. (6.0.1.1+)
- Add dedupe format (dup) to Default Backup Format Menu, reducing space required for multiple backups on one device. (6.0.0.0+)


Current Issues / Notes:

- Key test does not have a confirmation, so if triggered by mistake a hard reset is required if no USB connection is available to make it exit.
- SELinux in JB4.3+ changes the permissions of su on every boot, so after any boot back to Android you will get a su warning in CWM; it can be ignored.
- efs (/factory) partition and many other important device partitions may now be accessible in the "mounts and storage" menu, so be careful not to format them.


Changelog History:

- Jan 29, 2014 - Nov 4, 2014 - 6.0.4.7 official to 6.0.5.1+ End-Of-Life "nightly"
- Oct 6, 2013 - Jan 22, 2014 - 6.0.4.3 official to 6.0.4.7 "nightly"
- Oct 1, 2013 - Oct 6, 2013 - 6.0.4.0 official to 6.0.4.2 "nightly"
- Jul 23, 2013 - Oct 1, 2013 - 6.0.3.4 official to 6.0.4.0 official
- Apr 13, 2013 - Jul 1, 2013 - 6.0.3.1 official to 6.0.3.3 "nightly"
- Dev 16, 2012 - Mar 19, 2013 - 6.0.2.3 official to 6.0.3.0 "nightly"
- Nov 16, 2012 - Dev 16, 2012 - 6.0.1.5 official to 6.0.2.3 "nightly"
- Jul 20, 2012 - Oct 14, 2012 - 6.0.1.0 official to 6.0.1.5 "nightly"
- Time immemorial. ;)

Enjoy!
 
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horst0815

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since i haven't tried it myself, perhaps someone else in here can answer this:

i read on a german forum, that backups made with 6.0.0.0 result in a bootloop when restoring. anyone REALLY tried to backup and restore a rom?
 

D3VI0US

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since i haven't tried it myself, perhaps someone else in here can answer this:

i read on a german forum, that backups made with 6.0.0.0 result in a bootloop when restoring. anyone REALLY tried to backup and restore a rom?

i did tried it .. i did jelly bean backup then installed aokp b40 to try and see if the files intact then restored then wiped data and cache and restored the jelly bean rom and that is the one i'm using right now
 

zephiK

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works fine as intended, very nice nandroid speed! making nandroid backup/restores relevant once again.
 

Theshawty

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Can this be downloaded directly through clockworkmod ROM manager? If so, I don't see an option for it.
 
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    ClockworkMod Recovery -- Latest maguro Official & Nightlies

    This thread is for the GSM/HSPA+ (maguro) model, GT-i9250, and its international variants.

    "Nightlies" and changelogs are posted in this thread each time a version bump is made in the source with no official update on ROM Manager. Zips for the latest official are also posted until another "nightly" gets made. Links to the latest "nightly" zips will be in this post, as well as links to the latest official fastboot images via ROM Manager.

    http://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_bootable_recovery/commits/cm-11.0


    Downloads

    Current Official: 6.0.4.7 (Jan 29, 2014)
    Fastboot links: http://clockworkmod.com/rommanager
    Changelog link: http://v.ht/6047mo

    Use the appropriate fastboot command to flash on an unlocked bootloader:
    Code:
    fastboot flash recovery recovery-clockworkmod-touch-6.0.4.7-maguro.img

    Or use my Flashlt script or Recovery zip!


    Final "Nightly": 6.0.5.1+ (Nov 4, 2014)
    Flashable Zip / Changelog link: http://v.ht/6051mf

    Zips provided to flash in the custom recovery of your choice.


    Credits: I take no credit for any of the fantastic work done on the recovery; I'm just making it easier for the community to follow along by sharing builds from builder.clockworkmod.com (or mirrors.reflected.net for 6.0.4.9+) and packaging them as zips with a changelog summarized from the Github contributions. CWM is open source and features ongoing work by koush, cyanogen, PhilZ and many others.
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    I've never had any problem with 6.0.0.5 and I don't expect to have any with 6.0.1.0. I've made backups and restored from ics to jellybean roms with no problems.

    I made flashable zips for 6.0.1.0 for whomever may have a problem with fastboot.

    CWM Recovery 6.0.1.0 maguro

    CWM Recovery Touch 6.0.1.0 maguro
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    CWM Official 6.0.3.5 Changelog - maguro:
    https://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_bootable_recovery/commits/cm-10.1

    Jul 23, 2013 - 6.0.3.4 is the previous official, update zlib, SELinux warning display changes, add "headless" mode.

    Jul 29, 2013 - 6.0.3.5 is the most recent on ROM Manager, remove fix permissions, add reboot options to advanced menu, fixes to Superuser for JB4.3.

    (For an unofficial list of other changes between recent versions, see my previous changelog.)


    Known Bugs:
    - Key test does not have a confirmation, so if triggered by mistake a hard reset is required if no USB connection is available to make it exit.
    - Now that "No file_contexts" warning is not suppressed, it seems to display all the time on some configurations.

    Fastboot Images Download: http://clockworkmod.com/rommanager


    [Attachments removed as newer official was released.]
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    CWM Unofficial "Nightlies" Changelog - maguro:
    https://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_bootable_recovery/commits/cm-10.2

    Oct 1, 2013 - 6.0.4.0 is the most recent on ROM Manager, format external storage to custom fstype, fix refresh USB devices with key repeat, fix tgz multi-volume extraction, reintroduce Easter Egg, fix f2fs formatting from EDIFY.

    Oct 5, 2013 - 6.0.4.1 allow sideload to be used with other commands.

    Oct 6, 2013 - 6.0.4.2 revision bump for new device support. No other changes.

    (For an unofficial list of other changes between recent versions, see my previous changelog.)


    Known Bugs / Notes:
    - Key test does not have a confirmation, so if triggered by mistake a hard reset is required if no USB connection is available to make it exit.
    - SELinux in JB4.3 changes the permissions of su on every boot, so after any boot back to Android you will get a su warning in CWM; it can be ignored.
    - If you're using the SuperSU daemonsu then you may want to create /system/etc/.installed_su_daemon to suppress the CWM dialog to disable reflashing stock recovery (the install-recovery.sh it checks for is required to run the root daemon on ROMs without a native service).


    [ Attachments removed as there is a newer nightly. ]
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    CWM Unofficial "Nightlies" Changelog - maguro:
    https://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_bootable_recovery/commits/cm-10.2

    Oct 6, 2013 - 6.0.4.3 is the most recent on ROM Manager, another version bump for new builds. No other changes.

    Oct 7, 2013 - 6.0.4.4 fix touch events on some devices, updates to loki support.

    Nov 11, 2013 - 6.0.4.5 remove all extra "no" options (create .many_confirm to restore), optional swipe-based touch controls on some devices, reboot more cleanly, vold fixes, new "last path" option under install zip and menu fixes, make/clean build fixes.

    Jan 1, 2014 - 6.0.4.6 memory usage improvements, fix vold formatting, menu fixes, move all recovery settings to one file in /data/media/0/clockworkmod/, code cleanups, update loki support to v2.1, revert to old Andy with earwiggle (I worked around this change in the ramdisk because it was hideous).

    (For an unofficial list of other changes between recent versions, see my previous changelog.)


    Known Bugs / Notes:
    - Key test does not have a confirmation, so if triggered by mistake a hard reset is required if no USB connection is available to make it exit.
    - SELinux in JB4.3+ changes the permissions of su on every boot, so after any boot back to Android you will get a su warning in CWM; it can be ignored.
    - Default format menu doesn't update.


    [ Attachments removed since a newer nightly is available. ]