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18 Nov 2.5.1.2 r2: ClockworkMod recovery for HTC Desire HD

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Thank you very much Paul, works great via ROM Manager!

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Flash in Spanish DHD Done!

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Presumably, if we have a working clockwordmod recovery (the test version) then we don't need to put this on?

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I'm struggling with getting this to work in linux. I just get the message "fastboot-linux: command not found"

Try with "fastboot" instead of "fastboot-linux".

If it returns the same error, download fastboot from here, make it executable ( @ the console: chmod +x fastboot ), copy the recovery file to the same directory as fastboot and finally:

./fastboot flash recovery recovery-clockwork-2.5.1.2-ace-modaco-r1.img

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What does Paul mean when he say "You will need the ENG HBOOT installed on your device to flash this recovery!"

I have another issue with the captcha , i don't understand what I have to say for the good response

thanks in advance for your great job

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ENG HBOOT=S-OFF

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ENG HBOOT=S-OFF

S-OFF = ??

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Try with "fastboot" instead of "fastboot-linux".

If it returns the same error, download fastboot from here, make it executable ( @ the console: chmod +x fastboot ), copy the recovery file to the same directory as fastboot and finally:

./fastboot flash recovery recovery-clockwork-2.5.1.2-ace-modaco-r1.img

Sorted, thanks :-)

Edited by hybridnotts
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THANK YOU PAUL.finaly it`s working.are you going to fix the charging thing?it`s rebooting into recovery just like the other guy said.

thanks again

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hello!!! this is my first time with android and so i have same question becouse i have an error....

when i put in to botloader i can read on my device:

ACE PVT ENG S-OFF

HBOOT-0.85.2007 (PD9810000)

MICROP-0438

RADIO-26.03.02.15.M3

eMMC-BOOT

THE DATE OF TODAY AND TIME

HBOOT USB PLUG

when i try to flash clockwork i have this error...

C:\Users\Vito>fastboot-windows flash recovery-clockwork-2.5.1.2-ace-modaco-r1.im

g

unknown partition 'recovery-clockwork-2.5.1.2-ace-modaco-r1.img'

error: cannot determine image filename for 'recovery-clockwork-2.5.1.2-ace-modac

o-r1.img'

i have put all the download extracted file in C:\users\Vito

who can help me to find my error??

i'm a noob with android and also with cmd

thanks

ps. i have windows 7 and a italian DHD

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I'm not familiar with the changes needed for it, and I don't have a PS3. So, i'm unlikely to do it. B)

P

Have you put the vendor tree on github?

I make the psfMod editions of clockwork (the ones with psfreedom added)

Full source for needed changes is on github.com/klutsh, so feel free to add it to your recovery, I will be posting a full guide very soon of what exactly needs editing.

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when i try to flash clockwork i have this error...

C:\Users\Vito>fastboot-windows flash recovery-clockwork-2.5.1.2-ace-modaco-r1.img

I'm not an expert, but aren't you missing a 'recovery' in between 'flash' and the img name?

It should be -

fastboot-windows flash recovery recovery-clockwork-2.5.1.2-ace-modaco-r1.img

...I think

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That is music to my ears Klutsh!

Been looking for a guide to do this since I upgraded from my HTC Hero to the HTC Desire Z a few days ago. Great work on psfmod btw B)

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I'm not an expert, but aren't you missing a 'recovery' in between 'flash' and the img name?

It should be -

fastboot-windows flash recovery recovery-clockwork-2.5.1.2-ace-modaco-r1.img

...I think

B) i'm a stupid....now it works...i'm sorry

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What's Eng H-boot and how do I get it?

When I boot into recovery it says:

ACE PVT SHIP S-ON

HBOOT-0.85.0007

MICROP-0438

RADIO-26.03.02.26_M

eMMC-boot

Can I run the CWM?

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What's Eng H-boot and how do I get it?

When I boot into recovery it says:

ACE PVT SHIP S-ON

HBOOT-0.85.0007

MICROP-0438

RADIO-26.03.02.26_M

eMMC-boot

Can I run the CWM?

No you need S-OFF

From Post #12

heres the site where i installed eng hboot from

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=835746

read the instructions carefully b4 doing anything..

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No you need S-OFF

From Post #12

Doesn't having ROOT imply S-OFF?

I have SU via VISIONary v12 and can run titanium backup and Clockwork ROM Manager...do I still need ENG HBOOT?

Ever so slightly confused but not wanting an expensive paperweight B)

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Have you put the vendor tree on github?

I make the psfMod editions of clockwork (the ones with psfreedom added)

Full source for needed changes is on github.com/klutsh, so feel free to add it to your recovery, I will be posting a full guide very soon of what exactly needs editing.

Yes Paul please check that source :)

Would be so great to see the PSFreedom code by Klutsh in your image. B)

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The reason the 'adb shell mount /sdcard' etc. mounts aren't working is because the /etc/fstab isn't being generated correctly.

Investigating...

P

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Changelog

18/Nov 2.5.2.1 r2

  • Updated to fix mounting /sdcard and /sd-ext via shell

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I am using linux and adb devices works fine when the phone is booted but as soon as I reboot to bootloader adb devices shows no devices. Any ideas?

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Someone help me please, what exactly is ENG HBOOT?

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