by Brendan Lynch, 1 month ago
Android Debug Bridge (ADB) is a tool commonly used by software developers and those who are looking to root and modify their Android devices. In fact, if you’ve ever rooted a device or have spent…
If you are fond of installing custom ROMs, you probably know about ClockworkMod Recovery. It really is such a great tool for flashing custom ROMs on your device. Phones and tablets are generally using touchscreen technology and now ClockworkMod Recovery is going to utilize this technology as a touch-enabled version has already been released for the Nexus S.
If you have a Nexus S, you are so lucky because your device is one of the first to be able to use the touch-enabled ClockworkMod Recovery. This touch-based recovery for the Nexus S was developed by Koush. Although a number of users have already tried using the touch-enabled version, it still remains largely untested. It’s a beta version, which means that there still other features and functions that are being worked on.
If you want to try the touch-enabled ClockworkMod Recovery, roll up your sleeves now and take a look at our complete guide on how to install ClockworkMod Recovery Touch on the Nexus S.
Be sure to go over the list below and also make sure you don’t skip anything.
NOTE: Use this guide at your own risk and do not hold us responsible for whatever damage occurs on your phone because of your use of this guide.
Here’s how to install the touch-enabled ClockworkMod Recovery on your Nexus S:
That’s how you install the touch-based ClockworkMod Recovery on your Nexus S. Whenever you enter recovery mode on your Nexus S, you will be able to use the touchscreen to navigate around the menus in ClockworkMod Recovery.