Lens_flare

Want a touch recovery?-generate it yourself!

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Hey guys,

I accidentally found that site:

http://builder.clockworkmod.com/

Just specify all three fields and mark "touch recovery", then after compiler finish, you could download recovery.img and flash it via fastboot. Easy, right?

What's more it works with my source I have placed here:

https://github.com/N...endor_acer_paso

So, what exactly you need:

1) recovery image - use cm9 or miui v4 boot.img, I couldn't guarantee it will work with something else

2) recovery.fstab from source I specified(one may also add ext4 support to it)

3) graphics.c, that could be also found on mine source at recovery folder

I built recovery with this site for about a minute, and it works like a charm with all things functioning(even it have partitioning SD!).

my screen:

post-785028-0-26573800-1340256684_thumb.

as you see it is the same CWM but fully touch-enabled.

Navigation:

use "back" key to back, and touch and scroll to all other things.

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:) are you going to upload a version for us? (just that quick test build) anyway, is it possible to brick your device doing this?

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are you going to upload a version for us?

not now. Cmon, it's not so hard :D

is it possible to brick your device doing this?

nop, if you have done something wrong, you could always flash another recovery via the same fastboot.

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can it work with performance rom?

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can it work with performance rom?

Use only components I specified, and it will work on any 2.3 rom.

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can you post the boot , because i don't have it, or you can post the recovery

EDIT:

i downloaded all rom to bring boot and so i did my recovery. if you want download it : http://www.mediafire.com/?irgh9wgi5173gh8

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Might give it a shot later. Hope it works, as I think a touch recovery might be nice.

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When it says :

Touch Recovery will only work on ICS and later kernels.

Does that mean I have to use ics to get the touch recovery, or can I use gb

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When it says :

Touch Recovery will only work on ICS and later kernels.

Does that mean I have to use ics to get the touch recovery, or can I use gb

You can use GB and ICS. It is working on my phone with our rom ;)

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Cool. Can someone please post their build as my computer is backing up and I can't use it until its finished. Thanks.

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How's your impressions about it?

Mine is superfast at backups and booting, if it have no issues, it will be my day-to-day recovery :D

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are the key combo the same of the cwm3 (vol +, focus, start)?

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Hi lens,

This is amazing. Looks soo nice and backup and restore is soooo quick. I've just tried a new rom and back again in under 10 mins.

Thanks

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Recovery is very good but i try to do nandroid backup and it say: no sd-ext found. Skipping backup of sd-ext

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That happens unless you have ext4 as your second partition. This happens with every recovery apart from amonra

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how do I change the partition in this recovery without losing data

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Don't know about colors, but graphics could be changed by disassembling img(use perl script for boot.img for disassembling and mkbootimg for assembling).

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