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    [Recovery] TeamWin Recovery Project 2.0 (twrp)

    Team Win has put out this. (For you old Droid X fans Birdman is the creator of this) It looks to work about the same as CWM except all pretty with a touchscreen.


    • Ability to save custom recovery settings
    • Default partitions to back up
    • Default zip folder location
    • Default color theme (lots to choose from) (Thanks to ffolkes!)
    • Default Time Zone (for more accurate time stamps)
    • Zip Signature Verification
    • Zip md5 Verification (looks for file with zipname.zip.md5)
    • Ability to flash multiple zips in one go
    • Ability to select which individual partitions to backup, and restore.
    • Ability to choose compression or no compression backups.
    • Compression takes longer of course, but you save roughly half the space. EVO3D's stock system uncompressed is ~800mb, 380mb compressed. You choose.
    • Ability to auto restore GAPPS on zip flash (for CM based ROMS)
    • Ability to auto reboot after successful flashes (for the lazy)
    • Some devices utilize their capacitive buttons in recovery.
    • Home - Main Menu
    • Menu - Advanced Menu
    • Back - Up a Menu Level
    • Search - Select Current Selection
    • Battery Level and Timestamp (Better safe than sorry)





    to install:
    -have root
    -have adb

    adb push twrp8.img /sdcard/twrp8.img
    adb shell
    su
    dd if=/sdcard/twrp8.img of=/dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/recovery
    reboot recovery


    Download twrp8.img

    Note: The only "issue" I have found so far, is if you want the backups to go to the external SDcard (and you do) you have to go to mounts and select the SD card to be mounted then go to advanced > File Browser and make sure it mounted.
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    Oh and for those wondering yes I did run this and on my Mac no less. Making a Nandroid backup now.

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    What issues are CWM having?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ollie View Post
    What issues are CWM having?

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    Last I read backup and restore was not working correctly

    Sent from my SCH-I535

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    On the VZW model?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ollie View Post
    On the VZW model?

    Sent from my GT-I9300 using Tapatalk 2
    Yes maybe they fixed it <shrug> you how fast these things move

    Sent from my SCH-I535

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    This is true lol. Well I have 6 nandroids, but have never restored from one. Maybe I should try.

    The only issue I have ever had with backups in CWM is initiating the backup from the app itself. Restoring never works. Creating one from within recovery has always worked.

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    Creating one from within recovery has always worked.
    Exactly my experiences also. Any ROM managers or other "power apps" that attempted always failed or did not work right long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debian Dog View Post
    Last I read backup and restore was not working correctly

    Sent from my SCH-I535
    What exactly are the issues? I just made a backup last night in CWM, and it worked just fine. The backup was something like 1gb+ in size. Working backups would be nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jefflikesbagels View Post
    What exactly are the issues? I just made a backup last night in CWM, and it worked just fine. The backup was something like 1gb+ in size. Working backups would be nice!
    Have you tried to restore one yet?

    I can't find where I saw it so I will remove that part of the post.


 
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