ClockworkMod (CWM) Recovery is an essential tool for Android developers and enthusiasts. This tool allows you to flash ROMs, install updates, perform full wipes, create a backup of your current ROM, and a lot more. Usually, the Volume keys and Power button are used to navigate and interact with this tool.
A new variant of CWM has also emerged that allows you to use the tool without using the phone’s physical buttons. Recognized XDA Developers member cruzin_cruzing has developed a ClockworkMod Touch Recovery for your HTC Vivid.
Although this is not the official ClockworkMod Touch Recovery for the HTC Vivid, the tool will allow you to enjoy the features of [...]
It seems like almost everyone is using ClockworkMod Recovery to make backups of their currents ROMs and to flash a variety of things that’ll make their Android devices perform better. In fact, when most guides mention “custom recovery,” they almost always mean ClockworkMod Recovery. What’s someone to do when they want to stand out from the crowd?
Whether it’s to be different from all the other Android users out there or it’s because ClockworkMod Recovery isn’t quite cutting it for you, people can be hard pressed to find a better alternative to the well-known custom recovery. But, that doesn’t mean that ClockworkMod [...]
True flashaholics know the button-combo to boot their Android devices into Recovery Mode. If you aren’t quite sure of what that three-combo is, you need more practice. But, regardless of knowing how to boot your device into Recovery Mode, we can’t deny that frequently flashing mods, tweaks and ROMs can affect our physical buttons. It’s time to give the physical keys a rest and to welcome the future in flashing.
Thanks to XDA Developers senior member braway, AT&T Galaxy Note users can enjoy ClockworkMod Touch Recovery. It works exactly like the old-school ClockworkMod Recovery, except you can browse files, make backups, perform wipes, and flash [...]
TWRP Recovery for your phone is now available for Sprint Galaxy Nexus CDMA SPH-L700 devices, giving users an alternative to ClockworkMod Recovery. It functions more or less the same as ClockworkMod Recovery, giving you the ability to flash custom ROMs and kernels, but the TWRP Recovery is certainly no copycat.
Sprint’s Galaxy Nexus SPH-L700 is still fresh from its release, but many users are already excited to tweak their devices. Giving the phone a decent custom recovery is the initial stepping stone to flash custom kernels and scripts and Team Win Recovery Project certainly didn’t waste any time. TWRP has been invading many Android phones recently, posing [...]
Recovery is an indispensable tool for Android developers and enthusiasts. This tool can do vital stuff such as creating a backup and restoring your previous ROM on your Android phone. Recovery tools provide an escape route if ever developers face a dead end and serve as a lifesaver for a bricked phone.
If you are planning to flash custom ROMs to your HTC One X, it would be wise to flash custom recovery such as TWRP 2.1 on your mobile phone. TWRP introduces a touch-based interface which lets you easily navigate and select commands on the Recovery menu. Read on to learn how to flash the TWRP 2.1 Recovery to your HTC One X.Warning The instructions in this guide are [...]
Have you been waiting for a touch-based ClockworkMod Recovery to land on the HTC Rezound? If you are, then we’ve got great news for you. The Team Win Recovery Project (TWRP), has released a touch-based recovery for the HTC Rezound.
With a custom recovery installed on your Rezound, you’ll be able to flash ROMs and scripts conveniently. There is no need to press those Volume buttons to navigate when you can do so with the tips of your fingers. Aside from the functionality you’ll be enjoying, TWRP also has a cool interface.
TWRP was originally developed for the Kindle Fire which benefited the most from a touch-based recovery since it [...]