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Guest razile21

Hi. i opened the section for Information/install modified recovery on our device.

Everyone can submit new post and relative information....

c'om guys expand this and other section!!!!!!

thanks Paul for this opportunity ;)

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Here it is, Clockworkmod for the LG Optimus Black

The following has been tested and is working:

- Backup & Restore

- wipe data/factory reset

- wipe cache

- Reboot & Poweroff

- install zip from SD-Card

- Partition SD-Card

Notes:

- Use at your own risk! I´ll take no responsibility for any Bricks etc.

- Apperently the Optimus Black doesn´t have a Keycombination for going to Recoverymode on Booting. So at the moment CWM can only be accessed by rebooting the Phone to Recoverymode via App or Shell from a running System.

Downloads:

Clockworkmod v3.2.0.0 http://www.multiupload.com/QWMEW98NVQ

LG United Mobile Drivers (Windows) http://www.multiupload.com/5VGF3IM0SA (Needed when installing with MS Windows)

How to install:

1. Extract ZIP-File to your Local Computer

2. Connect the Phone with USB-Debugging enabled

3. Run The File install_recovery.bat (on Windows Systems) or install_recovery.sh(on Linux Systems)

Thanks to xantaro for everything

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Here it is, Clockworkmod for the LG Optimus Black

The following has been tested and is working:

- Backup & Restore

- wipe data/factory reset

- wipe cache

- Reboot & Poweroff

- install zip from SD-Card

- Partition SD-Card

Notes:

- Use at your own risk! I´ll take no responsibility for any Bricks etc.

- Apperently the Optimus Black doesn´t have a Keycombination for going to Recoverymode on Booting. So at the moment CWM can only be accessed by rebooting the Phone to Recoverymode via App or Shell from a running System.

Downloads:

Clockworkmod v3.2.0.0 http://www.multiupload.com/QWMEW98NVQ

LG United Mobile Drivers (Windows) http://www.multiupload.com/5VGF3IM0SA (Needed when installing with MS Windows)

How to install:

1. Extract ZIP-File to your Local Computer

2. Connect the Phone with USB-Debugging enabled

3. Run The File install_recovery.bat (on Windows Systems) or install_recovery.sh(on Linux Systems)

Thanks to xantaro for everything

I can not ustanovit.zip have learned on the computer and simply click on the baht fayl.posle request SOU click OK vylaziet one line and the window is minimized.

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Guest jake_in_notts

Im not going first :-) I will install a clockwork custom recovery at some point but not until there is a working custom rom to install

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Guest shougo

for you guys if the method above doesn't work try this :

1.download the file above...

2.unzip it, then copy "recovery.img" to your optimus sdcard...

3.install terminal from android market...

4.open terminal, then input this command :

su

dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p4

dd if=/sdcard/recovery.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p4

5.voila u have CWM on your Optimus Black

notes : The phone must have been root...

to go to recovery mode, install anreboot from the market, open it then touch recovery (make sure u have successfully install the CWM, if not then your phone will be go to factory reset mode)

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for you guys if the method above doesn't work try this :

1.download the file above...

2.unzip it, then copy "recovery.img" to your optimus sdcard...

3.install terminal from android market...

4.open terminal, then input this command :

su

dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p4

dd if=/sdcard/recovery.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p4

5.voila u have CWM on your Optimus Black

notes : The phone must have been root...

to go to recovery mode, install anreboot from the market, open it then touch recovery (make sure u have successfully install the CWM, if not then your phone will be go to factory reset mode)

Phone su there but when I enter a terminal command that I wrote "cannot open for write:no sush file or directory"although RoorExplorer works perfectly and I can delete system files.Root received the program Gingerbreak 1.2.sorry for bad english.

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Guest DaVinci75
for you guys if the method above doesn't work try this :

1.download the file above...

2.unzip it, then copy "recovery.img" to your optimus sdcard...

3.install terminal from android market...

4.open terminal, then input this command :

su

dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p4

dd if=/sdcard/recovery.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p4

5.voila u have CWM on your Optimus Black

notes : The phone must have been root...

to go to recovery mode, install anreboot from the market, open it then touch recovery (make sure u have successfully install the CWM, if not then your phone will be go to factory reset mode)

Hi everyone

I've done all these steps. but I've got the message " write error: No space left on device" Must I change the path on the top? If yes, which would be the right one?

terminald.jpg

What should I do?

Thanks

Greets

DaVinci75

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Guest PandaKiller
I've done all these steps. but I've got the message " write error: No space left on device" Must I change the path on the top? If yes, which would be the right one?

I got the same... :)

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Guest pickarooney

I'm stuck in the CWM recovery screen. No matter what I do the phone just reboots into this screen. I tried to run install_recovery.sh from my linux box but apart from the daemon starting I got no feedback for 10 minutes. Is something supposed to happen or do I need to wait longer or do something else?

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