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You know, when you exit CWM, it offers to install root for you.  I didn't do this but I presume this is a valid way to root the phone other than downloading superuser.zip?  Especially considering I used Koush's superuser anyway!

Yeah, it will push su binary if you don't have one that supports root. You'd still need to install Superuser.apk or something similar for the root management.


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Here's a CWM image that should have support for both internal and external sdcards. Could someone test and report back? Does USB mass storage work on both/either sdcards?

 

recovery-cwm6036-8225-v2.img
md5:cd0a200baf4fe24e57805ee576e6ad4a

 

Anyone?


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Could you put it in s zip so I can flash through cwm as. I AM LAZY.
Also easier for me cheers J.

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I'd try it but for reasons I mentioned in the sd card swapping thread i specifically don't want the internal card mounted. :D


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All I am getting is installation aborted (bad zip) don't know if it has anything to do with me running targetsp external to internal zip but tried 3 times and always the same answer. Sorry J.

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Could you put it in s zip so I can flash through cwm as. I AM LAZY.
Also easier for me cheers J.

Would it be easier if I came to your house and tested it myself? :P

 

All I am getting is installation aborted (bad zip) don't know if it has anything to do with me running targetsp external to internal zip but tried 3 times and always the same answer. Sorry J.

That makes no sense what so ever. It's not a zip, follow instructions in the first post.


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If no-one manages to test it soon I guess I can at least test it and then flash back v1 :)


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Here's a CWM image that should have support for both internal and external sdcards. Could someone test and report back? Does USB mass storage work on both/either sdcards?

 

recovery-cwm6036-8225-v2.img
md5:cd0a200baf4fe24e57805ee576e6ad4a

 

 

Hey, KonstaT. I signed up just to thank you for your incredible work on this!

 

I've tested v2 on my Blade V - It works like a charm for internal SD, both for installation from zip and for USB mass storage. Unfortunately I haven't yet had a chance to check that external SDs work in this version as I currently don't have a microSD card lying spare. I'll update you if I get the chance before someone else does.

 

Thanks once again, you rock.


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I've tested v2 on my Blade V - It works like a charm for internal SD, both for installation from zip and for USB mass storage. Unfortunately I haven't yet had a chance to check that external SDs work in this version as I currently don't have a microSD card lying spare. I'll update you if I get the chance before someone else does.

Great, I'd still need someone to verify that external sdcard is working and USB mass storage is working on both sdcards.


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Right. Can install from ZIP from both internal and external cards. However, only the internal seems to mount as a USB drive.


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Right. Can install from ZIP from both internal and external cards. However, only the internal seems to mount as a USB drive.

Thanks, I guess it's also safe to assume that backing up/restoring works from the external sdcard. I'm not sure if you even should be able to mount the secondary sdcard as mass storage, so I guess that was expected. At least you can mount some storage to push files which can be useful in case of a soft brick (and you should be still able to adb push to external sdcard anyway). Both version are now linked in the OP.


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KonstanT, you definitely rock man^^ this cwm recovery successfully work on my Blade III Pro even and Mount USB Storage works fine :) only problem is Volume Up don't works but that isn't so important, so i try stock recovery from Blade V and that was working fine :) that's why i was searching for boot.img from Blade V, to try to boot on my phone and yap boot was successfully but only power button works,touch screen and others keys dont works.Thank you bro, god bless you!


Edited by AloneInTheDark19, 27 October 2013 - 05:00 PM.

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KonstanT, you definitely rock man^^ this cwm recovery successfully work on my Blade III Pro even and Mount USB Storage works fine :) only problem is Volume Up don't works but that isn't so important, so i try stock recovery from Blade V and that was working fine :) that's why i was searching for boot.img from Blade V, to try to boot on my phone and yap boot was successfully but only power button works,touch screen and others keys dont works.Thank you bro, god bless you!

Wait, what? You are using this recovery image unmodified on a Blade III Pro? Blade III Pro and Blade V don't even have the same chipset (msm8225 vs. msm8225q) so it's a small miracle this would work in any way. :o I'd strongly advise against using this on any other device. At least don't wonder why if you device crashes/burns/explodes.


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Yes, cwm works like a charm! I don't know how it happen bro, ofc im not gonna use it, i was only booting,by the way you can get lun file location from Blade V its the same as Blade III Pro or you can try to build totally new cwm recovery for Blade III Pro, i'm gonna be main tester :).Let's start from the beginning.Let just work together.I can give you graphics.c file that i used to make it with online cwm builder? ofc if you need it :D


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Hi there, so like many people I recently got the Blade V but I'm having a problem with step 6 so I change directory into the directory I created using CMD I put in "adb reboot bootloader" and enter it, it then tells me daemon etc and my phone boots into recovery mode. It looks like the android guy just standing there, right? Then a sound that's similar to the connection of a usb is sounded except it plays twice and is so cheerful sounds more like a error of some sorts. I've installed the USB drivers from the link on this webpage and from the link to the android tools. I feel I'm doing something wrong, I just want to root it so I can get rid of the crap that the phone came with it's taken to much space up on the internal drive or maybe there's an alternative I should do instead of this one? 

 

Most appreciate the help!


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Removing the built in stuff won't massively help you as its occupying system, not data partition.  You can just uninstall any updates to them and then go to  settings -> apps -> manage apps.  Swipe along to the far right, click the apps you don't want and disable them

 

If you do still want root though, I wrote a more detailed set of instructions here that may help? http://forums.thedig...55&postcount=91


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Thanks! I'm aware of the important apps, it's just apps like Amazons Kindle and Kingsoft office that are few annoying apps plus they're big in size. I'll check it tomorrow as it's late and I will reply if I was successful or not. Thanks again!


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It doesn't really matter how big they are in system because you can't utilise that space any easier than you can remove them in the first place.


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Firmware 2.1 re-flashes the stock recovery every boot so you will need to use the option to disable that feature when you first exit CWM.


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Great instructions, worked first time for me!

 

Thanks for the effort


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