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    ClockworkMOD Recovery Update Issues?

    Hey there...was trying to flash the new TC Froyo rom now, and each time I do it, it doesn't do anything. I'm still on the BB Froyo that I tried a couple days ago. I can't theme, I can't restore to an old rom...I'm totally stuck where I am.

    Any ideas how I can get past this? I am up to date on the rom manager. I tried using wifi on RM, then tried downloading and installing from SD card...nothing works.
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    Same thing happened to me, then my phone went into a bootloop, took 5 or so tries to get it to turn on, wouldn't even boot up holding down the x button. When it finally did boot up it told me my sd card was damaged and i tried reinserting it a few times and rebooting and what not, ended up having to reformat it so i lost all my music, movies, backups and i'm approx 500 miles away from my comp...
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    Reflash SPRecovery (i did it twice just to make sure it took), Stay in ROM Manager, then flash the clockwork recovery (twice again just to make sure it took). This fixed my problem after the new update.
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    ClockworkMOD Recovery Update Issues?

    I was going to post this in the Official Broken Apps for Froyo Thread but I am thinking it probably isn't just a 2.2 problem so here it goes...


    I am wondering if anyone else is having issues with ClockWorkMod, I am running BB 2.2 this might just be an all around issue, or mabye just my issue...we'll see, but I have never had a problem with CWM untill today and I have done plenty of restores

    Lastnight I made a backup and this morning I had to restore it. It restored all of my framework-res icons and changes I had made. All of my widgets were still themed but I had to "touch the android to begin" and log in with my google account, almost like doing a complete wipe and flashing a new rom. In the Market all of my apps were labeled "Installed" and you could see the Icons on my phone but they were unusable. Untill I manually uninstalled them and then reinstalled them, they would just force close. I had no recovery at all because even though I had the Clockwork Icon the app wasn't functioning. When I got the CWM app back I had to Flash recovery again. It took me hours to get everything back how I had it.

    After flashing CW recovery and getting things "back to normal" I backed everything up again, and just to test it, I tried to restore my CW back-up I had just made and I got stuck in a boot loop, so I restored the backup I made lastnight and it was back to where I was this morning "all of my framework and themes but apps AFU and "touch the android to begin"?!?!?!?!?

    Instead of Smashing my Droid against the wall like I was so tempted to do, I restored the backup from the day before yesterday and it worked just like it is supposed to. I don't know if a recent update of CWM has caused this, because I have been using it with Froyo with no problems untill today

    Anyone else experienced this?

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    are you guys using the new speed loading feature on rom manager? dont know if this is involved in your problems at all.
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    I don't know about the speedup thing on rom manager. I just dld a chevy kernel to work on trying to overclock on my phone I haven't been able to w/ overclock widget since i switched to this rom. Rom Manager kept locking up and force closing when i kept going into it. I went in to the market and saw that there was an update for it and dld the update. Then it let me flash the kernel and that is when i had the boot loop issues and then when it finally came on it said my sd card was damaged. After i finally gave in and reformatted my sd card all seems to be good but i lost everything on my sd card.
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    RM had a update this morning and now has a new thing. it takes off the progress bar when doing backups or flashes and supost to load three times faster. I recommend that you keep your rom manager updated. I havent had any problems with RM at all. just did a backup with the speed feature had back up done and rebooted in maybe two mins tops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tparker76 View Post
    I was going to post this in the Official Broken Apps for Froyo Thread but I am thinking it probably isn't just a 2.2 problem so here it goes...


    I am wondering if anyone else is having issues with ClockWorkMod, I am running BB 2.2 this might just be an all around issue, or mabye just my issue...we'll see, but I have never had a problem with CWM untill today and I have done plenty of restores

    Lastnight I made a backup and this morning I had to restore it. It restored all of my framework-res icons and changes I had made. All of my widgets were still themed but I had to "touch the android to begin" and log in with my google account, almost like doing a complete wipe and flashing a new rom. In the Market all of my apps were labeled "Installed" and you could see the Icons on my phone but they were unusable. Untill I manually uninstalled them and then reinstalled them, they would just force close. I had no recovery at all because even though I had the Clockwork Icon the app wasn't functioning. When I got the CWM app back I had to Flash recovery again. It took me hours to get everything back how I had it.

    After flashing CW recovery and getting things "back to normal" I backed everything up again, and just to test it, I tried to restore my CW back-up I had just made and I got stuck in a boot loop, so I restored the backup I made lastnight and it was back to where I was this morning "all of my framework and themes but apps AFU and "touch the android to begin"?!?!?!?!?

    Instead of Smashing my Droid against the wall like I was so tempted to do, I restored the backup from the day before yesterday and it worked just like it is supposed to. I don't know if a recent update of CWM has caused this, because I have been using it with Froyo with no problems untill today

    Anyone else experienced this?
    So far it has all worked well for me. I even went so far as to switch to SPRecovery for the OC / wireless update and then switched back to clockwork. When I went back to clockwork it did not take the first time and I just had to reload again. If you used an OC kernel on ROM Manager then that might be your problem... they don't work with 2.2.
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    Dunno what I did...but it finally worked. RM was up to date...so that wasn't the issue...but I just kept flashing to SPR, then CW, and over and over. I was finally able to download the rom and get it installed. Thanks for the ideas.
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    Had this same problem and what i did that work was flashed an older cw recovery by going into the menu of rom manger(i think its all the way down in the menu). I picked the one that ended in 3, and it worked like a champ.
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