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Want a touch recovery?-generate it yourself!

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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).

In english please

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In english please

If it's not english, ok;

графику можно изменить только если разобрать recovery.img с помощью командного файла perl, который можно найти в google, там же можно найти mkbootimg. с помощью этих инструментов можно собрать и разобрать recovery, дальше остается только заменить графику. цвета изменить нельзя.

Happy translations sir.. if my english is so bad to understand..

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If it's not english, ok;

Happy translations sir.. if my english is so bad to understand..

I think he just asked to translate from geek-ish to English :)

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then just 2 answers:

no and no.

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I did not mean to say that your english is bad Lens

I just did not understand what u meant (i have no experience with perl scripts)

would u please explain it to me in simple english language

I meant no disrespect

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I just did not understand what u meant (i have no experience with perl scripts)

would u please explain it to me in simple english language

alright boss..

Colors couldn't be changed without source modification I don't know where to find.

About graphics:

Requires: ubuntu(will use it for example), mkbootimg, perl scripts from here , thx Techno[=Technolover].

Boot ubuntu, install perl:

in terminal:

sudo apt-get install perl
if not installed but found "similar", copy what it showd(actually exact package name) to line above, so you got something like that pattern:
sudo apt-get install [found package][/code]


or you could try to install it from built-in ubuntu store, hope their "market" won't be so difficult to use.

Pack all tools you got(2 *.pl-s and mkbootimg) and target recovery in one folder, let's name it "reco" and put to home folder to ease of use

in terminal type:

[code]cd reco[/code]
then time to unpack recovery. in the same terminal type:
[code]perl Liquid-MT-Unpack-Bootimg.pl recovery.img[/code]
if all is ok, we've got a folder named recovery-ramdisk(there is also gz, but we will only work with folder). In res folder(as I remember) you'll find all graphics. [b][color=#ff0000]And now only you is responsible for all replaced graphics[/color][/b] :D if you want to use that recovery, it should be packed again to recovery image. Now, as Techno prefers pure scripts, you should make Liquid-MT-mkbootimg executable: right click on Liquid-MT-mkbootimg->preferences->permissions tab, then check "allow as executable" or somewhat. alternatively, it could be done via terminal:
[code]chmod a+x Liquid-MT-mkbootimg[/code]
Assuming we are on the same terminal all the time. then just type in the same terminal:
[code]perl Liquid-MT-Repack-Bootimg.pl recovery.img-kernel.gz recovery.img-ramdisk recovery.img[/code]
if I mistyped somewhere, you could manually copy these names in order showed below:
[CODE]perl [script name] [kernel] [ramdisk or merely folder where we changed graphics] [output file][/code]

then flash recovery you got and that is it.

hope it is more clear(but you could find the same on google! ;[ )

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Thanks for your time

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I would like to change the partition from ext3 to ext4 by Gparted.

I tried to save the contents of the ext to copy them later, but some files can not copy because I do not have permission.

How can i do?

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start your file manager as root ;)

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thanks to this tutorial i just generate CWM 6.0.0.1 :)

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What file did you used for generate CWM 6.0.0.1? :)

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What file did you used for generate CWM 6.0.0.1? :)

Read first post.

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Is the backup speed in 6.0.0.1 noticeablely different from 5.x.x.x?

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6.0.0.1

what? I thought CWM touch is still 5.x.x..

Is the backup speed in 6.0.0.1 noticeablely different from 5.x.x.x?

yes, fast as hell

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mhm its not working for me :wacko:

it seems that the recovery is getting to big - flashing fails

they may have changed something in the script?

bladyle, is your generated recovery working, or did just the build process succeed?

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it seems that the recovery is getting to big - flashing fails

you should flash recovery.img, not inputrecovery.img.

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you should flash recovery.img, not inputrecovery.img.

:angry:

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Read first post.

i Used Boot.img from your beta1 CM9, graphics.c and recovery.fstab from your source, but build process fails :(

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bladyle, is your generated recovery working, or did just the build process succeed?

it's working :) i can upload it for you guys if have problems to generate it yourself.

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oh that would be great - thx

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it's working :) i can upload it for you guys if have problems to generate it yourself.

either with cm9 or miuiv4 boot.img Build fails... :(

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it's working :) i can upload it for you guys if have problems to generate it yourself.

Please please please upload!

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http://min.us/mbp3LJJ9Qq

Just extract the archive and rename one of the recovery_xxxx.img files to recovery.img and run install_recovery

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Thanks :)

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http://minus.com/llBzrGFd15YuQ

Just extract the archive and rename one of the recovery_xxxx.img files to recovery.img and run install_recovery

hm

6001 is not flashable at my device... maybe its to old, containing a different chip?

MFG Date Dec, 2010

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