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How to Install TWRP Recovery on Oppo Find 5


Tuesday 19th of March 2013 / android.gs
In order to customize and optimize your Oppo Find 5 you must first complete some preparation procedures that are usually performed for unchaining the internal system of your device, so that you can have access to the same. And the first procedure to begin with consists in installing a custom recovery image. So, during the present step by step guide we will be checking on how to install TWRP Recovery on your Oppo Find 5 smartphone. The procedure was first developed by those of xda-developers therefore we have them to thanks for this tutorial.TWRP recovery is the touch version of CWM recovery, the app offering a user friendly interface and a more intuitive menu that can be accessed by using the touch capabilities of your smartphone, meaning that you can use the recovery menu without using the side buttons of your phone. Like any other recovery tools, TWRP recovery comes with important features which can be used for performing several operations such as: wiping, backing up the data and the current ROM, installing .zip files from the SD card or from the internal storage, rooting, and mor
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How to Install CWM Recovery on Galaxy Grand GT-I9082


Thursday 04th of April 2013 / android.gs
The first thing to do when trying to obtain more from your Android based device, or when you want to improve its performances is to unchain its system. The same can be achieved by rooting the OS and then by installing a custom recovery image into the phone’s internal system. Well, today I will show you how to do the mentioned operations for your Samsung Galaxy Grand; we will start by flashing CWM recovery and then by gaining root access, as those of xda-developers had made available a root procedure that can be completed only by using the CWM recovery tool.You will install the CMW recovery tool on your Galaxy Grand by using Odin, this being the only way in which you can apply a custom recovery image on a locked handset. Usually, CWM recovery can be flashed only on rooted devices. Also, as mentioned, after completing this guide you will be able to easily root your Grand, a suitable tutorial being available here, on Android.gs, too. So, by performing these operations, you will be able to unchain your phone from the factory restrictions and also you will gain access to its internal sy
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How to Install Clockworkmod Recovery on Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G


Friday 13th of April 2012 / android.gs
After we have explained you how to root the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G, it’s time to reveal another important operation which must be applied on your smartphone. Therefore, in today’s step by step guide, I will try to teach you how to install a custom recovery image, the Clockworkmod Recovery one, on your Blaze 4G Android powered handset. The process is quite similar (we will use the Odin program) with the rooting one, so you have nothing to worry about.Clockworkmod Recovery is an important tool which brings numerous capabilities for your device. With CWM you will be able to make restoration and maintenance operations, you will be able to delete the cache from your phone, install un-officials firmware (OS updates) or flash custom ROMs into the system. It is designed to work only on Android powered devices and it isn’t included in the default system, you must install it after buying the handset.You should learn how to install Clockworkmod Recovery on your Galaxy S Blaze 4G especially for the OS. As you know the smartphone is featuring the Gingerbread version of the Android platfo
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How to Install CWM Recovery on LG Optimus G Pro F240


Sunday 28th of April 2013 / android.gs
If you have rooted your LG Optimus G Pro F240 (if not check our suitable tutorial and learn how to do the same – click on the link from above) then the next step to complete, in case you are looking forward in tweaking your phablet, is to install a custom recovery image. So, if you choose to follow and perform this step by step guide, you will be able to learn how to flash CWM recovery on the Optimus G Pro. Of course, after this you can finally update your device with a custom ROM firmware, so let’s get started.CWM recovery is one of the most used custom recovery images for the Android system, the tool being extremely popular among worldwide Android users. Furthermore CWM recovery can be flashed on almost all the Android based handsets whether we are talking about low range or high range smartphones or tablets. Therefore, you have nothing to worry about as CWM recovery will smoothly run on your LG Optimus G Pro too. Anyway, do read all the lines from below if you want to safely install the app on your phone.By using CWM recovery you will be able to perform several operations that
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How to Install TWRP Recovery on HTC Hero


Wednesday 26th of September 2012 / android.gs
The HTC Hero handset is a low range smartphone, with specs and performances outdated as it was first released way back in 2009. Furthermore, unfortunately, since now there isn’t any custom ROM available for improving the OS, but things are about to get changed. According to those of xda-developers the HTC Hero will receive ICS and Jelly Bean custom updates in the coming days, so for being able to flash the same you must first learn how to install a custom recovery image on your phone; that’s why, during the present step by step guide, we will be checking in how to install the TWRP Recovery on your HTC Hero.As mentioned, the Hero is not a high end device, but if you don’t want to buy a new handset, then you can easily power up the performances of your current phone. This can be achieved by performing and applying some procedures on your phone, which will make changes and improvements on its internal system. So, in order to take full advantage of your HTC Hero you must learn how to root it, install a custom recovery image (like TWRP recovery) on it, get complex apps and why not u
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How to Install CWM Recovery on Galaxy S2 Plus GT-I9105


Wednesday 27th of March 2013 / android.gs
If you need to tweak, troubleshoot or perform optimization and customization operations on your Samsung Galaxy S2 Plus, then you have to consider in installing a custom recovery image, in our case the CWM recovery tool, on your device. By using the CWM recovery image you will then be able to root your smartphone, a suitable step by step guide being also available here, on Android.gs. But until rooting the system you first have to complete the present tutorial and learn how to flash CWM recovery on your Galaxy S2 Plus I9105.CWM recovery is a custom recovery image designed for the Android platform, the tool being extremely popular among worldwide Android users as it is compatible with almost all the smartphones and tablets available on the market. Actually, when you buy a new device it is featuring a stock recovery that can be anytime used for performing usual and casual operations. But in order to spice things up and for taking your handset to a new level you need to replace the stock recovery with a custom one. Well, by performing this guide you will be able to do so.By using CWM rec
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How to Install CWM Recovery on HTC Rhodium


Sunday 30th of September 2012 / android.gs
The HTC Rhodium (which is also known as HTC Touch Pro2 CDMA, or HTC XV6875) can now be installed with a custom recovery image, CWM recovery, so you will be able to update your device with a custom ROM firmware. Therefore, during the next few lines we will be checking in how to manually install CWM recovery on your Rhodium smartphone. This step by step guide should be completed by those who want to obtain more power from their devices or to perform complex operations on it, so let’s get started.I know that the Rhodium is an outdated phone, with low end specs and features, but this is not a reason for spending money on a new device, as you can still power up the performances of your old one. The easiest way in which you can do that is by flashing a custom ROM into the system. By performing such operation you will be able to update your handset with Jelly Bean or ICS based firmware that comes with features that cannot be found in the default version of the Android platform. Anyway, for being able to apply a beta ROM you must first root the Touch Pro 2 and install a custom recovery ima
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How to Install CWM Recovery on LG Google Nexus 4


Friday 16th of November 2012 / android.gs
Nexus 4 comes with stock recovery and this guide contains all the info you need in order to install the ClockworkMod Recovery image on it. Use all the instructions listed in this post and you can easily flash all required files easily without damaging your device.Use this guide only if you’re device has its bootloader state set to ‘unlocked’. If it doesn’t then you should follow the steps listed in this guide here and learn how to unlock it. Note that by unlocking Nexus 4 bootloader you will lose all data and all the other files that are currently stored on its internal SDcard. Also, you will void the warranty but you can easily restore it in the future by re-locking the bootloader. All this info is listed in the ‘How to unlock Nexus 4 bootloader’ guide.A custom recovery is needed if you want to flash new custom ROMs, kernels, google apps and any other modification files that should improve the overall performance of your device. ClockworkMod Recovery for Nexus 4 tool has been released by an XDA forum member, jellybellys. First thing that you shoul
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[HOW TO] Install ClockworkMod (Recovery) on HTC One X!


Wednesday 18th of July 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
I have compiled a simple and comprehensive guide on how to install ClockworkMod recovery on the international One X, granted your bootloader is unlocked. (This may also work on the AT&T and/or Rogers One XL, but I haven't tried it) So considering your bootloader is unlocked, and you have a custom recovery, along with fastboot files on your computer (used when unlocking bootloader) proceed with these steps: 1) Download the latest version of ClockworkMod (5.8.4.0) from here: 2) Copy it to the folder on your computer with the fastboot files you have. 3) Press and hold the volume down and power button on your One X, don't worry if it takes a screenshot, keel the buttons pressed, till you are taken to the hboot screen (white screen with some text near the top). 3) Use the volume buttons to navigate and highlight 'fastboot' from the list. Press the volume button to select it. 4) Connect your phone to the computer, your phone should now say 'Fastboot USB.' 5) Open the folder on your computer with the CWM recovery file and fastboot files. 6) Press shift, and right click. Select 'Open
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How to Install CWM Recovery on T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 N900T


Thursday 03rd of October 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
When dealing with high end Android based devices it should be all about customization and optimization procedures. Well, tweaking your Android handset is not that easy as you need to previously complete a series of custom operations that are including gaining root access and installing a custom recovery image. Now, if your high-end Android powered gadget is the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 N900T, then this step by step guide will be perfect for you as we will be checking on how to install CWM recovery on the mentioned phablet.CWM recovery is a custom recovery that can be installed on the Android based devices. Actually CWM recovery is one of the most used custom recovery by the Android users as the app is available for almost all the handsets available on the market. Therefore, the same will smoothly run on your T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 too. Now, you need to apply this guide if you want to tweak your smartphone. Why? Well because CWM recovery offers a user interface that allows us the possibility of “interfering” with the internal system of our gadgets.That’s why the stock reco
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