I need some assistance from the experts! I recently installed the pre-rooted Gingerbread found here
. It was a somewhat disastrous process, but I eventually got 4.5.573 up and running stable with ADW.Launcher.
Now I want to back up my current ROM and experiment with some other ROMs, but I can't seem to reboot into Recovery mode. I am rooted, and certain apps have been granted superuser access (Titanium, Root Explorer, Droid X Bootstrapper, ROM Manager), but no dice on the recovery.
For example, in ROM Manager there is an option for "Backup my current ROM". When I select that, it prompts me for a filename, then a message pops up that says ROM Manager has been granted superuser permissions, then it reboots normally. No backup, no terminal-like text with options for recovery, nothing. Same thing happens when I choose the "Reboot into Recovery" option.
I also tried what had previously (on rooted Froyo) worked as a manual boot into recovery: holding the camera button while powering on the phone. Now that just gives me a normal boot, too.
So...help! What's the problem, and how do I boot into recovery mode? Thanks in advance!