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Clockwork Recovery?

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What for?

I can't get the point as we don't have an Android ROM working (and never will have).

We can apply updates and change the entire Android system without flashing our ROM, just copy and paste.

Bye.

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Posted · Report post

What for?

I can't get the point as we don't have an Android ROM working (and never will have).

We can apply updates and change the entire Android system without flashing our ROM, just copy and paste.

Bye.

So how could we install cyanogenmod then? I am all puzzled :(

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So how could we install cyanogenmod then? I am all puzzled :(

I have up and running cyanogenmod (without wifi for now). You don't need clockwork recovery to do that. Just some android and hardware related libs/binaries knowledge.

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I have up and running cyanogenmod (without wifi for now). You don't need clockwork recovery to do that. Just some android and hardware related libs/binaries knowledge.

Okay thankyou! So now that I know it is possible I will try to do it on my own so I can also learn. We don't have to fear for bootloop because we load android from our sd card haha. And if it fails I got all the back-up files ^_^.

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