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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.


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

Edited by bladyle, 19 July 2012 - 06:37 PM.

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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

Edited by !gm, 19 July 2012 - 03:30 PM.

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My little guide to get cwm 6 on our phone without a computer

1. Download bladyle's cwm zip here: http://minus.com/llBzrGFd15YuQ

2. Extract "recovery_6001.img" then rename the extracted .img "recovery.img"

3. Download recovery manager: http://www.modaco.co...?/topic/329772-[APP]-Recovery-Manager-v0.36-[BETA] (copy the whole link, not just the blue link) then install the apk on your phone

4. Open the app then click on the recovery tab

5. Click on "install recovery" and select the recovery.img that you extracted

6. Click on reboot recovery then enjoy :D

Edited by Mtman1, 19 July 2012 - 10:13 PM.

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hm
6001 is not flashable at my device... maybe its to old, containing a different chip?
MFG Date Dec, 2010


what error you see?
i see in forum that there is GEN1, GEN2 or GEN3 phones...for now i don't know what is the difference from this or how to view witch version is your device but maybe they using different size partitions and that is why you can't flash it ..

try different method to be sure too

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sending 'recovery' (5068 KB)... OKAY
writing 'recovery'... FAILED (remote: flash write failure)

the other recoverys are smaller
how do I check the partitions of the flash memory? (I hate those situations, nothing documented :( )

Edit: thx Mtman1 but this will not work, if the sizes don't fit ^_^ beside that fastboot is really generic

Edited by !gm, 19 July 2012 - 05:51 PM.

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Thanks a lot! :D

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sending 'recovery' (5068 KB)... OKAY
writing 'recovery'... FAILED (remote: flash write failure)

the other recoverys are smaller
how do I check the partitions of the flash memory? (I hate those situations, nothing documented :( )

Edit: thx Mtman1 but this will not work, if the sizes don't fit ^_^ beside that fastboot is really generic


did you wait a litle time when fastboot load?
try to flash it manualy from fastboot via adb

fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

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I just do it the way, I flash the other recovery-images ... this time with additional wait-time(...?) and nothing again...

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how do I check the partitions of the flash memory?

Type "mount"

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nah not that easy :blink: which one is the recovery partition?????

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which one is the recovery partition?

consult also with
cat proc/mtd

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cat proc/mtd


thats, what I needed!!!! thx

cat proc/mtd
dev:    size   erasesize  name
mtd0: 00500000 00040000 "boot"
mtd1: 0c640000 00040000 "system"
mtd2: 00500000 00040000 "recovery"
mtd3: 00080000 00040000 "setupdata"
mtd4: 00100000 00040000 "misc"
mtd5: 00100000 00040000 "kpanic"
mtd6: 03b00000 00040000 "cache"
mtd7: 00200000 00040000 "flex"
mtd8: 0b900000 00040000 "userdata"

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