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[RECOVERY] TWRP 2.7.1.0 Touch Recovery

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Chromium

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Info
This is Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP) 2.7.1.0 recovery for the HTC Desire (bravo). For more info read here.

Working
  • Flashing zips
  • Wiping
  • Nandroid backup/restore
  • USB Mass Storage
  • Charging
  • ADB (including adb sideload)
  • All other basic stuff

Not Working
  • LED while connected to USB/power

Downloads

Version 2.7.1.0

ZIP (flash via custom recovery)
- Download
- md5 checksum: 0a9c4f4de72de5907163a1245afc265f

IMG (flash via fastboot)
- Download
- md5 checksum: 5a07ce1a1f165a8fa82c6e2d1a79a1ce

Version 2.7.0.0

WARNING: 2.7.0.0 has some problems. If you value stability use 2.6.3.0.

ZIP (flash via custom recovery)
- Download
- md5 checksum: cdfdee4710ee88414d3f458fec9a5933

IMG (flash via fastboot)
- Download
- md5 checksum: 63ea82ce92186db9ebcbcf3f14f03f61

Version 2.6.3.0

ZIP (flash via custom recovery)
- Download
- md5 checksum: 5271f8b30edf095a69456cee74df5c59

IMG (flash via fastboot)
- Download
- md5 checksum: d775b6deb5044c8939a303df442de9df

Instructions for ZIP
1. Download the zip of the version of your choice above. Check that the md5 sum of the zip is correct.

2. Reboot into recovery.

3. Flash the zip.

Instructions for IMG
1. Setup fastboot and install these drivers.

2. Download the provided img of the version of your choice and put it on your desktop. Check that the md5 checksum of the img is correct.

3. Turn your phone off. Boot it into fastboot using back button + power button, then plug it into your computer. On your phone it should now say "FASTBOOT USB".

4. Open command prompt and enter the following commands:
Code:
fastboot devices
If your phone (serial number) shows up continue. If not, it means that your drivers aren't installed correctly and your computer cannot recognize the phone. Do not continue until you are able to get fastboot devices to return the serial number of your phone.
Code:
cd Desktop
Code:
fastboot flash recovery FilenameOfRecovery.img
After the installation is finished, proceed to the next step. (it should only take a few seconds to install)

5. Unplug the phone, and go back into the bootloader. From there you can scroll down to RECOVERY, and boot into it.

Sources
github.com/TeamWin/Team-Win-Recovery-Project
github.com/Evervolv/android_kernel_htc_qsd8k
github.com/Chromium-/bs_android_device_htc_bravo

Thanks
- Dees_Troy and the others who contribute to TWRP
- Evervolv for the device tree and kernel
- @abaaaabbbb63 for testing
- @tommypacker for stealing my reserved spot
 
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ze7zez

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Very, very much!
.
The long awaited version finally on our Bravo.
.
There is no better recovery.
.
What version of the kernel is used in this recovery?.
.
I cordially greet.
.
 

zinconnu

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Jun 12, 2008
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TWRP has full access to the busybox command line.
Other Recovery have only what propose icons.
.
TWRP is the most powerful tool for advanced users.
Users less advanced receives the same icons with functions like any other recovery.
.
Useful Links:

teamw.in/project/twrp2

teamw.in/twrpfaq

Thanks for your explanations! I will give it a try so.

EDIT: Unfortunately it is not compatible with ClockWork/4eXT backups.
 
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weslyr

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Thank you Chromium_ for this release! Your effort to keep this device along the top is much appreciated.
I was already wondering whether a newer version of TWRP was possible on our device so this release comes with great timing.

Also I was having trouble flashing the zip-file through recovery TWRP 2.6.0 ("not able to open ZIP").

Instead I used the alternative (and IMO much easier) method of flashing the image file:
In terminal as root, issue the following command: flash_image recovery openrecovery-twrp-2.6.3.0-bravo.img

Worked like a charm. Thanks again!
 

abaaaabbbb63

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Nov 19, 2011
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Thank you Chromium_ for this release! Your effort to keep this device along the top is much appreciated.
I was already wondering whether a newer version of TWRP was possible on our device so this release comes with great timing.

Also I was having trouble flashing the zip-file through recovery TWRP 2.6.0 ("not able to open ZIP").

Instead I used the alternative (and IMO much easier) method of flashing the image file:
In terminal as root, issue the following command: flash_image recovery openrecovery-twrp-2.6.3.0-bravo.img

Worked like a charm. Thanks again!

Weird.. The zip flashed just fine from 4ext.
 

Chromium

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Thanks @Chromium_ ......I sincerely hope u keep updating TWRP whenever new versions are available.......cheers :cowboy:

I plan to. Right now I believe this is the latest version (2.6.3.0). I've merged all of the open commits from their github and gerrit. Although you may see other devices seem to have newer versions (ie: 2.6.3.4), i think those version increments are device specific fixes.

Difference between this one and one from nikez.nu site?

Newer version. And I've also compiled this with a newer fstab found in more recent commits on evervolv's github, which may fix some stuff.

Great! Any chance to have support of charging in recovery?

I'll look into it.

Edit: After talking to Dees_Troy, I realized that it is actually charging. The "+" icon shown beside the battery percentage (as shown in the screenshot attached) shows that its being charged. And I also tested it just to confirm, and the charge definitely is increasing. The only slight issue is that the LED light that usually comes on to indicate charging is not coming on, but dont worry...it is being charged.
 

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    Info
    This is Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP) 2.7.1.0 recovery for the HTC Desire (bravo). For more info read here.

    Working
    • Flashing zips
    • Wiping
    • Nandroid backup/restore
    • USB Mass Storage
    • Charging
    • ADB (including adb sideload)
    • All other basic stuff

    Not Working
    • LED while connected to USB/power

    Downloads

    Version 2.7.1.0

    ZIP (flash via custom recovery)
    - Download
    - md5 checksum: 0a9c4f4de72de5907163a1245afc265f

    IMG (flash via fastboot)
    - Download
    - md5 checksum: 5a07ce1a1f165a8fa82c6e2d1a79a1ce

    Version 2.7.0.0

    WARNING: 2.7.0.0 has some problems. If you value stability use 2.6.3.0.

    ZIP (flash via custom recovery)
    - Download
    - md5 checksum: cdfdee4710ee88414d3f458fec9a5933

    IMG (flash via fastboot)
    - Download
    - md5 checksum: 63ea82ce92186db9ebcbcf3f14f03f61

    Version 2.6.3.0

    ZIP (flash via custom recovery)
    - Download
    - md5 checksum: 5271f8b30edf095a69456cee74df5c59

    IMG (flash via fastboot)
    - Download
    - md5 checksum: d775b6deb5044c8939a303df442de9df

    Instructions for ZIP
    1. Download the zip of the version of your choice above. Check that the md5 sum of the zip is correct.

    2. Reboot into recovery.

    3. Flash the zip.

    Instructions for IMG
    1. Setup fastboot and install these drivers.

    2. Download the provided img of the version of your choice and put it on your desktop. Check that the md5 checksum of the img is correct.

    3. Turn your phone off. Boot it into fastboot using back button + power button, then plug it into your computer. On your phone it should now say "FASTBOOT USB".

    4. Open command prompt and enter the following commands:
    Code:
    fastboot devices
    If your phone (serial number) shows up continue. If not, it means that your drivers aren't installed correctly and your computer cannot recognize the phone. Do not continue until you are able to get fastboot devices to return the serial number of your phone.
    Code:
    cd Desktop
    Code:
    fastboot flash recovery FilenameOfRecovery.img
    After the installation is finished, proceed to the next step. (it should only take a few seconds to install)

    5. Unplug the phone, and go back into the bootloader. From there you can scroll down to RECOVERY, and boot into it.

    Sources
    github.com/TeamWin/Team-Win-Recovery-Project
    github.com/Evervolv/android_kernel_htc_qsd8k
    github.com/Chromium-/bs_android_device_htc_bravo

    Thanks
    - Dees_Troy and the others who contribute to TWRP
    - Evervolv for the device tree and kernel
    - @abaaaabbbb63 for testing
    - @tommypacker for stealing my reserved spot
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    Hi
    I flash twrp 2.7.1 but I can't flash any zip files

    There is a bug in version 2.7.1.0

    You have to do the following steps to flash any files :
    - boot into recovery mode
    - choose 'Advanced'
    - choose 'Terminal Command'
    - You're now on the '/' (root of the file system). Choose 'Select'
    - Type : 'mkdir tmp' without quotes, then Hit the enter key of your keyboard.
    - Return to the main screen (Go back 3 times)
    - Choose 'Install' and select the file.
    7
    Added download links for 2.7.0.0. I haven't thoroughly tested this so be aware of that. However with that being said, I believe most things should be working just as they were in my previous build. Feedback is appreciated. Thanks.
    6

    Yeah.

    So it was easier than I anticipated:
    k3Y1ZDEl.jpg
    6
    Dear @Chromium, maybe you could try compiling 2.7.1.0 update for us? Thanks in advance. :fingers-crossed:

    Yep, my last exam is on Monday, so once thats out of the way I'll build the newer one.