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Superuser Force Closes on Recovery

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by XanRules, Jan 24, 2012.

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    Trying to get into recovery to flash a new ROM and Kernel, but as soon as I click on "OK" to boot into recovery from ROM Manager, I see the "Sorry, Superuser has stopped" dialogue. Then, rather than booting into recovery, I see the little open droid with the ! symbol on his chest.

    What's going on here?

    This just started today.
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    So you can't get into clockwork at all? If you can, you could flash the superuser.zip file and see if that fixes it. If you can't get into recovery, then you'll probably need to flash everything back to stock through fastboot.
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    What setup (ROM/kernel) are you running now? The droid and exclamation point means that you don't have recovery installed permanently. Check in /system and see if you can find a file called recovery-from-boot.p. Either delete or rename that file, then flash CWMR to get it to stick permanently. If ROM Manager is still giving you grief when booting into recovery, try to do it manually. Both volume buttons + power button, then navigate to recovery.
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    I'm running stock, but rooted and unlocked.
    I can get into ROM manager, but not Clockwork.

    Let me try re-flashing recovery and reporting back.
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    Looks like it worked. Weird deal.
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    It won't stick unless you modify that file I mentioned above. You'll have to reflash it every time.
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    This. The stock recovery will overwrite clockwork after every reboot.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk
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    Thanks for the help. I'll take care of it.

    So, while we're on the subject, any ideas why my market apps aren't showing up?
    Just flashed GummyNex 0.6.6 and Franco's newest kernel, FWIW.
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    Do you mean the Market auto restore? I don't think it's working on GummyNex, I saw someone else who was having trouble with it.
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    Yep. I just redownloaded the apps. No big deal.
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    You could use Titanium in the future. The paid version is a little cashy but it's definitely worth it IMO. It has 1 click batch restore. I have about 40 apps that I restore after a data wipe and it takes just a few minutes.
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