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[CWM] ClockWorkMod for Asus Padfone 2

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FlashInstall-ClockworkMod-Recovery-on-Samsung-Galaxy-Ace-s5830-Memory-Card.jpg

I'm trying to port Asus Padfone 2 to cyanogenmod.

Here a working CWM for Asus Padfone 2

Version: v6.0.2.8

TRY IT BEFORE TO FLASH!!!!

for test:

fastboot boot recovery.img
If you are sure and you will flash it:
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img[/code]






CHANGELOG

[code] Adb fix ---- Fixed /sdcard/ mount error Warning: if you format /data/ you will format /sdcard because it is a mount point of /data/media/ [/code]

https://www.dropbox....ecovery.img.zip

Mirror: https://mega.co.nz/#!JttShYgK!am1uEjW1h4PGy6KyucNfZQjhLSV38RhPtq9f-7R5gag

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I was starting to work on that too, but since you've already done it, great!

I think you forgot the attachment?

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Yes sorry. the attach failed to load!

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The Dropbox link doesn't work. Seems to be a private link to your personal Dropbox, not a shared public link.

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Link doesn't work..

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Sorry, try now.

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Hmm... Just to make an comparison on witch one to choose TWRP or CWM ? what is your decision ? I'm still running TWRP. Decided to keep it since... Well already installed.

What about the rest ?

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Works fine for me. PF2 64gb, HK build.

Test backup ran fine.

In relation to TWRP vs CWM, they both provide similar functionality (TWRP seems to have a bit better interface, and greater control over backups). CWM Recovery is a good step towards getting CyanogenMod running on PF2, so great that there's movement.

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but we need discover how mount the sdcard (data/media) in CWM.. but yes, its great news

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did some one here double check with latest FW? will this Crash/Brick the latest FW? cause there is new stuff in the new Kernel. Cause TWRP crash/brick on Newest FW .24

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i cant see the update in asus site, i think the devs need the zip from asus to do something

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and on the connection as a removable storage device will be? :blink:

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