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Press VOLUME UP while pressing POWER button...not volume down  ^_^


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@aleksandark29:
you have a stock recovery. If you want CWM flash it using directions from the first post.

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If you have already gained root access with some other root method, you can flash recovery using Terminal Emulator:
1. copy recovery-cwm60xx-atlas40.img to the root of your phone's sdcard
2. execute following commands in terminal emulator

su
dd if=/sdcard/recovery-cwm60xx-atlas40.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p17

 

My phone is rooted and so I want to flash recovery using terminal emulator.

..but I'm not that much of a pro or 'advanced user'  :rolleyes: so I just want to get sure. 

 

 

I have the .img on my sdcard which is named "sdcard" and so I would just enter the command:

dd if=/sdcard/recovery-cwm60xx-atlas40.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p17

But as KonstaT has put /sdcard/ and /dev/ in green letters I wonder if this means that I need to change the /dev/ in to my phone name. Or can I just enter this command as it is regardless what the name of my sdcard and device is?

 

I guess that's really basic, but I just don't want to mess up.

 

thx


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My phone is rooted and so I want to flash recovery using terminal emulator.

..but I'm not that much of a pro or 'advanced user'  :rolleyes: so I just want to get sure. 

 

 

I have the .img on my sdcard which is named "sdcard" and so I would just enter the command:

dd if=/sdcard/recovery-cwm60xx-atlas40.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p17

But as KonstaT has put /sdcard/ and /dev/ in green letters I wonder if this means that I need to change the /dev/ in to my phone name. Or can I just enter this command as it is regardless what the name of my sdcard and device is?

 

I guess that's really basic, but I just don't want to mess up.

 

thx

Color emphasis comes from the MoDaCo code box, I didn't add it. /sdcard is the path your sdcard is mounted to, not the name of your sdcard.
 
I'd still recommend following the proper steps and using fastboot to flash recovery image.

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First of all, THANK YOU KonstaT for EVERYTHING. Your work is amazing. Really hard to find words for your contibution for our lives (owners of ZTE Blade III). :)

 

Really BIG thank you. :D

 

Question for all:

I have CWM v6.0.4.9 and I am wondering in which cases should I use restore option? And what I can get with "advanced restore"?

I tried to find answer myself, but couldn't.

 

Thanks again


Edited by sbojanc, 04 November 2014 - 01:29 AM.

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Question for all:

I have CWM v6.0.4.9 and I am wondering in which cases should I use restore option? And what I can get with "advanced restore"?

I tried to find answer myself, but couldn't.

 

Thanks again

Not exactly sure what you mean, but I think this was covered in Android custom ROMs 101. :P Creating a nandroid backup in recovery creates a complete image of you system at the time (ROM, kernel, all your personal apps/data/etc you've installed/set up). You can restore this backup whenever you feel the need to come back to a working configuration. This can happen e.g. when you only want to test out another ROM or completely mess up a ROM update. Another great wisdom, always BUBU (back up before updating) so you don't make a boo-boo! ;)
 
To use advanced restore, you'd need to know what is stored in each partiton first (/system, /data, /boot). For example if you were testing kernels and wanted to return to a known working configuration, you could just restore /boot. A lot faster than restoring the whole backup.

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