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any way to instal clockworkmod directly from phone?

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Heyy

Just wondering if there is a safe and quick way to install cwm on my phone without use of a PC as i don't have access to one at the moment. Cheers

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If you can find an image.bin, you can put that under a folder called "image" on the SD card and go to system updates on a Gingerbread ROM. That's how I installed CWM, anyway.

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If you can find an image.bin, you can put that under a folder called "image" on the SD card and go to system updates on a Gingerbread ROM. That's how I installed CWM, anyway.

I'm not running gingerbread at the moment I'm running CM9 :-)
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Should still work I think, You go to About Phone in settings, then go to System updates and as long as you have that file on your sdcard under the "image" folder then you should be able to install CWM. You'll need to make sure you have the rom you're going to install after on your sdcard too, of course, cos I'm sure it will scrub any rom you have installed at the moment.

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im wondering how he got to CM9 without using CWM

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I only know it's in Gingerbread ROMs for sure.

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im wondering how he got to CM9 without using CWM

I used the QPST / Download.exe method on my pc, but i would like a way to get CMW without using my PC
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Look for the alternative way to flash recovery thread, you can use that you flash it and it doesn't need a computer. Just make sure you follow the instructions carefully.

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Look for the alternative way to flash recovery thread, you can use that you flash it and it doesn't need a computer. Just make sure you follow the instructions carefully.

Any link??

EDIT: Ignore Me.

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If your phone is rooted, then you can use sebastian404's RecoveryManager from his website: http://blog.podtwo.com/android/recovery/ClockworkMod%20Recovery%20for%20ZTE%20Blade2.html

It definitely works on Gingerbread - don't know if your already on ICS.

You need to download the RecoveryManager from his website, it's not on the Market/Play Store as far as I am aware: http://android.podtwo.com/recoverymanager/

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If your phone is rooted, then you can use sebastian404's RecoveryManager from his website: http://blog.podtwo.c...ZTE Blade2.html

It definitely works on Gingerbread - don't know if your already on ICS.

You need to download the RecoveryManager from his website, it's not on the Market/Play Store as far as I am aware: http://android.podtw...ecoverymanager/

Dont matter anymore i got it installed
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