The procedures mentioned to root or install CWM Recovery in Huawei x3 U8510 requires you to go to USB Debugging mode in Settings but my device does not have a working Stock ROM.
I am able to boot into the Stock Recovery mode (Volume + and power button) but unable to install CWM(tried several versions for U8510), SU, Custom ROM etc cuz it says signature verification failed even though I tried cmw zip files which were signed.
I tried going into download mode by pressing Volume - and power button that didn't work too. Even though the Huawei symbol came up I couldn't root the device using
P.S: I couldn't find any of the latest ROMs for this device too!
Im trying to install BB V1.0 and I keep getting E: Can't open /sdcard/update.zip (No such file or directory) Installation aborted. I have no idea where I went wrong. I renamed the file to update.zip also tried update.zip. The file name was right in Astro. So I have no clue whats wrong with it or what to do?
I have a Sprint HTC Hero 2.1 Update 6. Today, I installed universal one-click root app onto my phone from this link : [APP] [ROOT] 1-click root for N1 (Latest ver: 1.6.2 beta 5) - xda-developers and I believe I got my phone rooted. Now, I am hoping to get custom recovery image installed on my phone so that I can nandroid back up my current stock 2.1 based image before installing CM6. I was hoping to try clockworkmod through ROM Manager app. Does this image work in HTC Hero ? If not, is there any other recovery image that I should try for my 2.1 hero ?
I have a CWM Recovery 188.8.131.52 and when i try to backup my rom using backup and restore... CWM starts doing the backup...It backs up system ...but when it shows backing up data...it hangs and gets stuck at the end of backing up of data stage ...
The phone restarts after 5 minutes ... Backup is not complete ...
In order to confirm whether there is any fault in the recovery i told some other person t test it. But he was successfully able t backup ... and the recovery showed backup complete message..
I recently rooted my HTC Droid DNA and without thinking flashed a kernel while using the stock Android KitKat. I can no longer turn on my phone. When I try it just gets stuck at the HTC screen. Since the DNA doesn't have an SD card I can't plug that straight into my computer to put a rom on it and then flash it through the recovery. I am using TWRP and have tried to use ADB sideload but my computer keeps saying device not found. I am using windows 8 by the way. I just want to either flash the stock kernel or flash a custom rom so that I can actually use my phone again.
I'm having trouble booting my LG Optimus G into recovery mode. I've rooted the phone and installed ClockworkMod recovery. When I try to boot into recovery, either from the ROMmanager app or by holding Volume Up and Power, it comes up with the LG logo and gives this error: Secure Booting Error! Cause: boot certification verify. It just stays like that until I press and hold the power button again until the phone shuts off entirely. Then I'm able to boot into the stock operating system and the phone works fine, but I can never get it to boot into recovery.
The error I mentioned above seems to be a well documented error on the internet, but it seems like other people that are having the trouble are completely bricking their phones. Mine is able to come out of it. All the solutions I'm finding pertain to a phone that's completely bricked and involve taking the phone back to stock. My phone works fine with the stock ROM, but I'd like to play with some custom ROM's.
First off let me say that I was wrong about this issue. Its not an issue with Easy root it is just something built into android. So I apologize to anyone I argued this subject with but specifically Patch. Its also not an issue with rom manager. This applys to users that after flashing a custom recovery they can boot into it once but the next time you try to boot into recovery it has reverted to stock.
This mostly happens to users of easy root or users that use my guide for rooting using Linux
So for the fix.
Download this file and place it in the root of your sd card. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7223192/install-recovery.sh
Download Terminal Emulator from the market. The one by the dev Jack Palevich. Open it and type the following commands.
su mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock4 /system dd if=/sdcard/install-recovery.sh of=/system/etc/install-recovery.sh chmod 550 /system/etc/install-recovery.sh sync
after that just flash the custom recovery of your choice and you should be good to go.
I tested this on my phone and another user tested it for me and it worked for both of us. If anyone has an issue let me know. This issue is so sporadic that its hard to have people test the fix.
Is there a way to dynamically load/use a custom recovery on an Andoid phone (generally, any phone) without actually having to overwrite the phone's stock recovery? For example, by booting to stock recovery, flashing a zip file that will start up CWM/TWRP so you can use it temporarily, but stock recovery is still there and when you reboot the phone it will still be there? Sort of like using a Linux live cd.
I'm asking about this because I have a phone that I want to get into that is protected by a pattern lock. I haven't examined it yet, but I am strongly expecting:
- No root - No custom recovery - No ADB debugging enabled
I know I can bypass the pattern lock from CWM/TWRP (rm /data/system/gesture.key)...but I would prefer to not have to do an overwrite of the recovery partition if it can be avoided.
I Have been Trying to install a ROM on my Xperia Ray by Recovery after this happened I made a mis-installation (status 7) so I made reboot, the phone stuck on Sony logo and do not complete operating What should I do??
I was rooted my SGS i9000(XXJVS) with SuperOneClick 2.3.3 and successfully rooted my phone, but superuser did not been installed, so I installed from Android Market. Then I downloaded ROM manager, and selected "Flash ClockworkMod Recovery". It has been downloaded, allowed superuser permissions, and ROM Manager wrote that it has been downloaded. But if I reboot into recovery mode, I get a message that writes:
Verifying update package... (meanwhile a bar fills up to about 15%) E:failed to verify whole-filesignature E:signature verification failed Installation aborted.
And I got a normal recovery mode.What should I do to install CWM? I only clicked "Root" button in SuperOneClick 2.3.3 and I didn't do any wipe data.
I got the root for the Panasonic P-01D then deleted many preinstall app, such as launcher and android keyboard,so don't have any launcher and keyboard after reset the phone(wipe phone data).Now only can connect the phone to adb in recovery mode, because no root and launcher to open the usb debug.Can i install any launcher to phone in recovery mode by using adb?
I recently bought a Pearl Touchlet X10 quad core (PX-8880-675) tablet, but it was full of mods and when i plugged in the charger i received the "plugged in, not charging" message. So i started to clean up the ROM. Finally it showed charging, but now i really messed it up, beacuse now it is not booting. The tablet was not factory software, another tablet software on it that has a volume rocker. To start the flash mode i need the volume up button, but this version of tablet does not have this button. I tried the home button version, but it is not working because of the different firmware.
Here's the thing:The tablet always starts recovery mode, no screen, but adb working. When i type "ls /dev/block" in ADB shell it shows loop0-loop7 and nandf, so it is not seeing the nand I have seen other forums that when I type "dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/block/nanda" it will erase the nand, and the tablet is force booting into fel mode (flash mode), but it not erasing beacuse the recovery is not for this tablet and it not seeing the nand.
I am using Karbonn a111, I have rooted it and then i was trying to flash CWM recovery uning mobile uncle tool. but its was not able to do this , every time it booted into stock recovery.
Then i tried to flash "CWM184.108.40.206recovery " using fastboot. After that my phone stopped to boot into recovery mode. Even my phone is not allowing to do phone reset in phone setting. How to rectify it and how to install CWM recovery.
I've been looking for a custom recovery for my HTC Rhyme (Bliss) and I've tried EVERYTHING!
Clockworkmod recovery, 4ExtRecover, Amon Ra Recovery, etc. There is no option in ROM Manager Pro and there are no custom ROMS for my phone. Even if there was a ROM for my phone, I can't flash any ROMS!!! So, how to build a recovery.
I did not brick a tablet without having a cwm installed first and a nandroid backup. The tablet is an allwinner a23 not in some peoples opinion worth a lot of effort to fix. We have an identical tablet with the same firmware. If I root and install a custom recovery on the unbricked tablet can that zip be flashed without a custom recovery? I have looked about a bit and there seems to be conflicting opinions on this. The only prob I can see is the stock recovery may not have the option to wipe the dalvik cache.
I wonder that is cwm working if we have the same chip cpu but deferent model? For example, there are two devices such as vonino spirit S and pipo. Those are on rockchip R3066..can we install the same recovery?
I have a Samsung Galaxy S2 SCH-R760.Tried to update phone from standard IceCreamSandwich to Jelly Bean via Samsung provided Simple Upgrade Tool. Very new to flashing phones, forgot to check model number, first attempt failed. Eventually got the right one (difficult to do with my model apparently), and the mobile network wouldn't work. Was told to reset APN, could not find it anywhere in the system.
Got fed up and decided to revert back to original OS, which failed. Waited overnight (it was late) with the phone off. Found the right file (just going to go back to Jelly Bean), however whenever I attempted to get into recovery mode it told me there was not enough power and to charge the phone. Phone was plugged in, this happened a couple of times. Now after the phone has been plugged in for well over 3 hours I cannot get the phone to power on or anything, it absolutely will not respond. Attempted to use Kies, will not recognize my phone model and is waiting for the phone to be connected anyway. When plugged in (trying/using various different cords) I have a little faint blue light flashing in the top left corner of the phone (not the phone screen).
The phone has been in excellent condition up until this point, and I have little reason to believe that my battery just suddenly went 100% bad after showing no signs of decay in recent weeks.