[RECOVERY] ClockworkMod Recovery 18.104.22.168 |v1.1 beta| Update 25-4-2012
ClockworkMod Recovery 22.214.171.124 unofficial port v1.1 beta by mikeNGInfo:
ClockworkMod Recovery is the default recovery option by the CyanogenMod, it has several additional features over plain 3e recovery and uses Edify scripting exclusively.
More info about creating your own update-scripts is here
.Disclaimer:This is still experimental.
I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR WHATEVER HAPPENS TO YOUR TABLET!
Some options might not work correctly and you might brick your tablet and/or lose your personal data!Features:
ADB root shell in recovery
Reboot system now
Apply update from sdcard
Wipe data / factory reset
Wipe cache partition
Install zip from sdcard
----Choose zip from sdcard
----Toggle signature verification
----Toggle script asserts
----Choose zip from internal sdcard
Backup and restore
Mounts and storage
----Mount / unmount /sdcard
----Mount / unmount /emmc
----Mount / unmount /system
----Mount / unmount /data
----Mount / unmount /cache
----Mount USB storage
----Wipe Dalvik Cache
----Wipe Battery Stats
----Partition SD Card
--------Swap Size (Set this to 0)
--------Rest Size (vfat)
Basic skills in using adb or terminal emulator.Installation:It is recommended to do a clean install with this FlashTool first, then install the recovery image, so there is no problem with the sizes of the partitions of the internal sd.1.
Unzip the file you downloaded, you will get recovery.img2.
Copy recovery.img in your sdcard3.
If you use Terminal emulator, first you have to type
and press enter in order to get root privileges. Now type the following command in adb shell or in Terminal emulator: 4.
It will show a message after a while, it means it's completedUsage:1.
Turn off the device2.
Turn on the device3.
When the boot logo appears, press immediately the menu button and hold it down for 3sec approximately.Working:
Not everything is tested yet. You are the testers for the most of the things. I've tried a backup & restore, it worked. Also tried installing a modified kernel image, it worked too.Known bugs:
Some errors about /cache are displayed when you boot, factory reset or wipe cache. They stop if you go every time under "mounts and storage" and you mount the cache partition.Download link:v1.1 betaScreenshot:Credits:
koush: for making this wonderful recovery
Cyanogen: for all the support for android
ilarrain & teamhacksung: the fixes for the 32bit framebuffer problems