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Thread: [CWM] Bootstrap app officially released for the Bionic

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    kernel access helps devs to fine tune or maximize hardware potential.

    It really is not a big deal in the short term. The biggest issue will be later down the road when updates are no longer release by Motorola. The phone will then be stuck on an older kernel. A new os or new features that require an updated kernel will not be usable.

    If it wasn't for the unlocked bootloader in the D1, I don't think we would have seen Gingerbread roms.
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    Is there a way to boot directly into recovery like after a battery pull. I looked and could not find this info. No kb to hold X down. I use quickboot as well, but you have to running to use it. Thanks.
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    Trying holding up and down volume buttons and press power. That got me into the stock recovery. I image it would be the same for custom recovery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wseyller View Post
    Trying holding up and down volume buttons and press power. That got me into the stock recovery. I image it would be the same for custom recovery.
    Thank you!
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    I did the whole pressing the up and down button at the same time after rooted with custom recovery installed. No good. Maybe did it wrong but still. I was wondering the same thing after modifying the Bionic. Maybe there will be a fix for this soon. Otherwise I think you'll have to do a full "SBF" install if you have a bad ROM install. Please anyone correct me if I am wrong... just give me the instructions on how to do it without the reflash!
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    Quote Originally Posted by levi2502 View Post
    I did the whole pressing the up and down button at the same time after rooted with custom recovery installed. No good. Maybe did it wrong but still. I was wondering the same thing after modifying the Bionic. Maybe there will be a fix for this soon. Otherwise I think you'll have to do a full "SBF" install if you have a bad ROM install. Please anyone correct me if I am wrong... just give me the instructions on how to do it without the reflash!
    Make sure you're holding the volume buttons *before* you press the power button, and hold it until you see the menu.

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    D3 bootsrap is out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by levi2502 View Post
    I did the whole pressing the up and down button at the same time after rooted with custom recovery installed. No good. Maybe did it wrong but still. I was wondering the same thing after modifying the Bionic. Maybe there will be a fix for this soon. Otherwise I think you'll have to do a full "SBF" install if you have a bad ROM install. Please anyone correct me if I am wrong... just give me the instructions on how to do it without the reflash!
    Did u open the app and select bootstrap recovery? This is what flashes the recovery, ur phone should reset and the recovery should ask for root access. If I did all this then I would try it again, there could have been a glitch in the process.

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    worked like a charm. already nandroid back-up!!!!
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    I did, I ended up getting into the standard Android recovery. Where it pulls up the little exclamation mark inside of the triangle next to the little Droid fella. Then when I push up and down again it goes to Android System Recovery (3e) with the options reboot system now, apply update from sd card (which could keep me from re flashing so I figured that out) wipe data/factory reset, and wipe cache partition. It doesn't give me all of the options that the CWM based recovery V4.0.1.5 has. The only way I've been able to get into Bootstrap Recovery is to open the app and select "Reboot Recovery". Do I need to re download the apk and re-install? Or is that the only way to reboot into Clockwork as opposed to Android recovery? Thanks for the help!!!
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