Can i use rom manager to boot into recovery?

Discussion in 'Liberty ROM DX' started by musclemilk, Jul 14, 2011.

  1. musclemilk
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    What's the best way to get into recovery in order to flash another Rom?

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    Purchase Droid X Bootstrap from the market. Use that to get into clockwork. Make sure you're rooted first, I recommend z4root.

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    If you had already purchased ROM Manager, just run the app and click Flash ClockworkMod Recovery then click Reboot into Recovery.

    If you haven't purchased ROM Manager yet, then I would suggest grabbing Droid X Bootstrap like Devo_ suggested above.
     
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    If you want to flash another ROM and you're already on FroYo, you can follow steps 5-10 here:

    http://www.droidforums.net/forum/li...-1-stock-apex-cm7-etc-any-rom-liberty-gb.html

    In the "things you'll need" section there's a LGB Bootstrap courtesy of Koveleski. If you're already on GB via the official VZW update, you have no choice but to SBF.

    I'm not biased or anything (haha) but I'd actually read through that whole post just to get a grasp on the whole process of SBF, root, installing a new ROM, etc. just so if anything goes wrong you know exactly what to do.
     
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