Clockword mod on Droid X not working at all?

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  1. alexgiuliano22

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    I cannot get my clockword mod to work through ROM Manager. Is this a known issue? If so, what is the easiest way to instal Rubix on the phone? It is already rooted, via Z4root.
     
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    You need to pick up the droid x bootstrapper from the marketplace in order to access cm recovery.

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    Thanks!

    It worked:)
     
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    Good deal. Those of us with droid x/2 have to use the bootstrapper.

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    Is Clockword a computer program?
     
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    Its a custom recovery used to flash roms and themes.

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    I've gone through the steps to get the Boot strapper working and still rom manager does not boot into recovery, just reboots. Also I cannot install anything unless I boot into recovery from the boot strapper.

    Anyone have any idea?? I am currently running Chevy's SSX. Tried with the stock 2.2 that came on the unit as well.
     
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    The latest clockworkmod wasn't working for me yesterday when I tried to flash a kernel..I flashed an earlier version of clockwork mod and it worked.

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    i know lol. how u think i have a custom rom on my Droid 1
     
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    Well I don't quite understand your question then.

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    NO matter what I do I cannot flash an alternate recovery. It will not download one either. :huh:

     
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    so can you boot into recovery with bootstrapper?

    I'd load bootstrapper, click reboot recovery, give sudo access, reboot recovery to see if it works. backup (of course) reboot into the system and then try with the rom manager.

    if it still doesn't work uninstall and reinstall?