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Install ClockworkMod Recovery on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7

by: Paul NuñalFebruary 20, 2012

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is one of the Android tablets that many consumers are waiting to get their hands on. A successor of the original Galaxy Tab 7.0, the latest Galaxy Tab 7.7 promises to open boundaries between smartphones and tablets with new upgrades and functionality.

Featuring a massive 7.7 inch Super AMOLED display and 1.4 GHz dual-core Exynos processor, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 is one mean machine that can handle any application with ease.  With many manufacturers constantly churning out new firmware releases every now and then, it is critical that your device has a contingency plan in case of a failed installation that may occur on your device.

Thanks to [...]

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How to Install ClockworkMod Touch Recovery on Motorola Atrix 4G

by: Paul NuñalFebruary 19, 2012

Featuring a 4.0 inch display and a 1 GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor, the Atrix 4G is one such beast capable of doing just about everything.  But, you can unleash the Atrix 4G’s full potential even more by installing custom ROMs. Almost every rooted Android user knows that there is nothing better than having custom ROMs.  For starters, custom ROMs are always preferred to stock ROMs due to the fact that crapware and bloatware are virtually eliminated in custom ROMs, providing a faster and snappier experience.

But, before you get your hands dirty with installing custom ROMs, you need to have a recovery tool to make your life easier. Rooted users of the Atrix 4G [...]

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Install ClockworkMod Touch Recovery on the Galaxy Nexus

by: Paul NuñalFebruary 18, 2012

The touch-enabled version of the world’s favorite custom recovery has now been released for the Galaxy Nexus GSM and CDMA variants. All credits go to Koushik Dutta, who is also responsible for bringing us ClockworkMod Recovery that is considered to be an important tool for many Android users who love to experiment with their devices.

The latest touch-enabled recovery, ClockworkMod Touch Recovery, promises to showcase important new features not found in previous versions. The touch-enabled recovery is still being refined further, but according to a post by a fellow Galaxy Nexus user, the recovery tool is fully functional.

There’s only one way to [...]

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Install Touch-enabled ClockworkMod Recovery on Nexus S

by: Ken EastFebruary 17, 2012

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 [...]

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Installing ClockworkMod Recovery for the Nitro HD P930 or Optimus LTE SU640

by: Paul NuñalFebruary 2, 2012

Owners of the LG Nitro HD P930 and the LG Optimus LTE SU640 are in for a treat as these devices are reportedly getting ClockworkMod Recovery 5 sooner than you think. Users of rooted LG Nitro HD handsets who hope for a custom recovery on their device will finally get what they deserve. The guys at XDA-Developers have done it once again, and this time around their bringing ClockworkMod Recovery version (CWM 5) to the Nitro HD and the Optimus LTE.

LG’s recent contender in the smartphone race, the LG Nitro HD (and its international sibling, the LG Optimus LTE) surely has some awesome specifications to behold. On paper, the Nitro HD shines with its [...]

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How to Install ClockworkMod Recovery on the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet

by: Carl ParkerJanuary 29, 2012

Things have been looking good for the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet. Not only is it now possible to root the device, but ClockworkMod Recovery has also been ported over to the Honeycomb device. With a big thanks to jcase at the XDA-Developers forum, porting ClockworkMod Recovery should be the door of opportunity for future custom kernels and ROMs.

ClockworkMod Recovery, more commonly known as CWM, is a custom recovery for Android phones and tablets that allows users to perform several advanced recovery, restoration, installation and maintenance operations on an Android device that aren’t possible with stock recovery. Developed by Koush, the same developer who created [...]

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ClockworkMod Tether App : Use your Mobile Phone’s Data Connection Plan on your Computer PC

by: Alvin YbañezJanuary 15, 2012

From the developer of ClockworkMod Custom Recovery and DeskSMS comes a new app that allows you to browse the Internet on your computer using your phone’s data connection plan.

The ClockworkMod Tether app allows you to utilize your mobile data connection plan via USB tethering to browse the Internet on your computer. This app also work for both rooted and non-rooted devices. You also won’t be needing to worry about extra data charges, for the ClockworkMod Tether app works under stealth and avoids detection by mobile carriers.


You will first need to do the following before installing the ClockworkMod Tether app:

Install a virtual [...]
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How to Install Touch-based ClockworkMod Recovery on Galaxy Nexus

by: JoseJanuary 14, 2012

Custom recovery plays a major part in any hacking activity that we do on our Android devices. It is our last hope when things fail during our modding endeavors. It gives us the ability to restore a backup copy of our ROMs if the last one we installed did not work.

If you are into modding or hacking, for sure you have already run into ClockworkMod, which is a popular recovery tool. For most of you who are fond of installing custom ROMs to your Android gadgets, this should be a typical tool.

The developer of ClockworkMod Recovery just released a touch-enabled version for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. This version puts four capacitive buttons at the bottom of the [...]

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How to Install Clockwork Mod Recovery on Motorola Droid X

by: Christine TorralbaJanuary 9, 2012

If you want to upgrade your Motorola Droid X with the custom ROMs that’s getting leaked with Ice Cream Sandwich, you’ve come to the right place. This guide will teach you how you can install Clockwork Mod Recovery on your device. If you do not have this on your phone, you won’t be able to install the custom ROM in it.

Disclaimer: You will need to root your Motorola Droid X before you install Clockwork Mod Recovery on your phone. If you haven’t done so yet, click on the link to get the steps on rooting your Droid X. After rooting your device, the warranty will be void. Please follow instructions carefully. We have made sure to provide information regarding firmware [...]

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How to Install ClockworkMod Recovery on the Motorola DROID RAZR

by: Ken EastJanuary 7, 2012

The Motorola Droid Razr is one of the toughest phones that Motorola has ever created and released into the market. You would think that this phone is tough to tweak, too. Apparently not, especially if you root it and install ClockworkMod Recovery.

Developed by Koushik Dutta, ClockworkMod Recovery is an advanced console replacement for Android phones and tablets. Using ClockworkMod, you can do stuff such as wipe your phone data, apply updates, backup and restore, wipe the Dalvik cache and battery stats, fix permissions, mount and manage mass storage, and apply themes and kernels.

But, the most exciting thing that ClockworkMod can enable you to do is one of [...]

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