My Phone Wont Boot Into ClockWork Recovery

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  1. martin2195

    martin2195 New Member

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    Ive had my phone rooted and ROM'ed and overclocked for about 2-4 months, no problems at all with the phone itself, it has been there for me and worked flawlessly whenever i needed it to do so...

    But just today i wanted to go into recovery to install a ZIP, I went and turned my phone off and rebooted holding "X" and the power button, and it stays at the "M" logo instead of going into recovery...i also tried rebooting into recovery through ROM Manager and through my phones power off options, still no luck.
    (My phone turns on normally, just not into Recovery mode)

    (ClockWork Recovery)

    I need help please,
    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. jr313

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    what you need to do is flash an older version of c.w. thru rommanager...just scroll down to the "more recoveries section" and flash the next one down under current c.w. and youll be able to access recovery...it does this from time to time i have no idea why though..that should help
     
  3. furbearingmammal

    furbearingmammal DF Super Moderator Staff Member

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    If you're using ROM Manager for anything you should probably consider getting rid of it. It borks from time to time, with results like your problem or worse. Do what jr313 said to get CW Recovery back on, or put SPRecovery on in its place, and go on from there.
     
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    mwhartman Super Moderator/RS Premium Member

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    Martin, did jr313's suggestion correct your problem?
     
  5. Mishael

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    same problem but the suggestion doesnt work for me
     
  6. mwhartman

    mwhartman Super Moderator/RS Premium Member

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    Try an older version. You may need to try several.

    Let us know if this resolves your issue.
     
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    Try flashing to SPR then back to CW in Rom Manager, and then try to reboot recovery again
     
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    flashed to spr but not back to CW and it worked
     
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    If that doesn't work, try flashing SPRecovery and trying to get into recovery. If that doesn't work you may need to flash SPRecovery manually via MotoCache1's SBF file/guide just to get back into recovery.
     
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    it worked but flashing back to CW made everything work better
     
  11. teddyearp

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    FYI furbearingmammal (and the readers), there's a way to flash SPRecovery manually WITHOUT using RSD Lite . . . One just needs to have the flash_image binary and the SPRecovery *.img file, and well of course adb shell.
     
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