[RECOVERY][TOUCH] ClockworkMod Recovery Touch 5.8.0.2

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ale.landra91

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Hello everyone,
new OFFICIAL ClockworkMod Recovery Touch for Nexus S (GSM) By Koush (all credits to him) download:

fastboot .img recovery-clockwork-touch-5.8.0.2-crespo

How to install:

fastboot .img
1) Open a terminal on your pc and go with it in the /android-sdk/platform-tools folder where "fastboot" is located (maybe the path is different depending on what version of sdk do you have)
2) Copy in the folder containing "fastboot" the file touch-crespo.img
3) go with the phone in bootloader mode (volume up+power button) and link it to the pc with usb
4) now write this line fastboot flash recovery touch-crespo.img

If you did 1,2,3 correctly now you have touch recovery

If you like it, support the developer Koush buying touch recovery in Rom Manager Premium with in-app purchase

for people asking screenshot this is a video posted directly by koush:
Official ClockworkMod Recovery Touch
 
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qtwrk

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yeah , well , everything is cool , just one small problem , seems there is no power off or reboot option ... have to push power button.

but push power button is boot into system ...
 

ale.landra91

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Apr 29, 2011
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sorry but i have everything...i dont know where is your problem. "seems there is no power off or reboot option". In first screen there is "reboot system now", in advanced there is "reboot recovery"
 
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[email protected]

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Flashed it. Working great so far. The scrolling of directories is kinda awkward. I'm using the capactive buttons to navigate the directories now (Menu to go down, Search to execute), seems easier and less accidental click from scrolling.
 

juggaknot77

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Noob question so sorry I'm currently using TWRP and I want to switch over to cwm. What's the easiest method to do this?

Sent from my Nexus S using xda premium
 

shahravi94

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not entirely sure but shouldnt you be able to flash it through fastboot like you would any recovery? anyone with more expertise know?
 

tchaari

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Things are getting simpler for everyone with this touch version. It would be so great to have something like Boot manager integrated to it ;)
 

irtehun

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Gonna give this a try although I'm a huge twrp 2.0 fan

Sent from my Full Android on Crespo using Tapatalk
 

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    Hello everyone,
    new OFFICIAL ClockworkMod Recovery Touch for Nexus S (GSM) By Koush (all credits to him) download:

    fastboot .img recovery-clockwork-touch-5.8.0.2-crespo

    How to install:

    fastboot .img
    1) Open a terminal on your pc and go with it in the /android-sdk/platform-tools folder where "fastboot" is located (maybe the path is different depending on what version of sdk do you have)
    2) Copy in the folder containing "fastboot" the file touch-crespo.img
    3) go with the phone in bootloader mode (volume up+power button) and link it to the pc with usb
    4) now write this line fastboot flash recovery touch-crespo.img

    If you did 1,2,3 correctly now you have touch recovery

    If you like it, support the developer Koush buying touch recovery in Rom Manager Premium with in-app purchase

    for people asking screenshot this is a video posted directly by koush:
    Official ClockworkMod Recovery Touch
    18
    Can anyone make this flasheble, as i cant get fastboot to work.

    Here, just made that using Brainmaster's zip :) flash in the old CWM
    8
    v5.8.0.2, flashable zip

    http://download.clockworkmod.com/recoveries/

    Flash the attached file in the current CWM
    7
    official touch version 5.8.0.1 (not test version) flashable zip

    made just now :)

    http://download.clockworkmod.com/recoveries/

    Flash the attached file in the current CWM
    3
    This is awesome!

    I don't want to bug Koush directly on google+, because I think this is a phone issue rather than a CWM one.

    I flash it thusly:

    Code:
    adb reboot bootloader
    fastboot flash recovery recovery-clockwork-touch-5.8.0.1-crespo.img

    I then select the Recovery option from the bootloader and get into CWM Touch. It works. Hurrah!

    However, if I reboot into ICS, then try and go back into Recovery, I end up with the default android-alert-triangle thing.

    How do I get the CWM recovery to stick around?


    Thanks :)

    Are you on stock rom? You should delete or rename /system/etc/install-recovery.sh -- that's probably what's causing CWM to not stick. You'll need root to do so.