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[RECOVERY] [CWM] ClockworkMod Recovery v6.0.4.5 [CM] [Last updated: 21/12]

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Will there be a 4.3/4.4 compatible TWRP recovery ?

 

My power button is broken and i would like to try CM11 but i'm stuck on 10.1 because i can't use power button and if i change recovery, i will have to use it !

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Will there be a 4.3/4.4 compatible TWRP recovery ?

My power button is broken and i would like to try CM11 but i'm stuck on 10.1 because i can't use power button and if i change recovery, i will have to use it !

TWRP is updated to work with 4.4. Check TWRP thread for more info.
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Guys, I want to install 4.4. 

Two questions:

 

- Do i need to update CWM? I have version 5.

- How do I update CWM? I've looked around and didn't find out.

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recomended cwm for cm10.1?

R3

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I get an error when opening g300.thebronasium.com Page does not exist...?

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Yeah - I'm getting this too:

Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to g300.thebronasium.com

Access a cached copy of g300.­thebronasium.­com/­recovery/­

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Hi,

 

Can some one give me the mirror of 

ClockworkMod Recovery?
And the Dazz 4.4.2 rom?
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Do anyone use this recovery with hynix memory?Any problems so far?

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Just updated to 6.0.4.5 and installed latest CM11 Nightly. Hynix chip 7/2012. No problems so far.

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Nice, report to us if nothing happens in the next three days.

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Still alive?

 

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Hi, still alive :) a did flash some nightlies in the meanwhile, the only problem is I cannot make Google Play work, but that is a different story :)

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Bad news, phone died. About three times I found it blank in my pocket, and it only was possible to start it with charger connected, now it is completely irresponsive.

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Is it still under warranty?

If so return it and you may get a Samsung eMMC based replacement?

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Bad news, phone died. About three times I found it blank in my pocket, and it only was possible to start it with charger connected, now it is completely irresponsive.

Noooooooooooo....

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Is it still under warranty?

If so return it and you may get a Samsung eMMC based replacement?

 

It is under warranty, otherwise I would not take the risk. I brought it to the reseller today, will see what will come back to me, hopefully samsung, but I believe even if there was hynix, it would be unlikely to have another faulty series.

Maybe if they offered me to choose a different model for a discount, I would not mind as well :)

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Tell us how did it go.

Its a shame, theres a lot of hyunix phones out there and problem isnt solved :/

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Tell us how did it go.

Its a shame, theres a lot of hyunix phones out there and problem isnt solved :/

The problem is that we doesn't really know what is the probem with hynix eMMC-s. And if you don't know the problem, you can't solve it.
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Dear all,

 

I own a G300, how to understand if it spots a hynix chip??

 

Ciao ciao!

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I have verified that It is a Samsung one. So Can i safely proceed with the recovery?

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