Ok guys, I have a build of Clockwork Mod Recovery and I need someone to test this... first of all I want to get the disclaimer out of the way. I don't own a ZTE Warp device, and am thus unable to verify the functionality of these files, any loss of data/warranty/limb/life or other such damage is your own problem. However, I am I professional, and I have done this a number of times so confidence is high. also I find worse case you can go back to your provider and say 'it just broke, I do not know what happened' and they will likely give you a new one. with that out of the way. ClockworkMod recovery: http://android.podtwo.com/beta/b2_recovery-clockwork-18.104.22.168-arthur.img Support files: http://android.podtwo.com/beta/support.zip Generic USB drivers (From latest SDK) http://www.multiupload.com/1CZD8UK88O Once you have the correct usb drivers installed (if your on windows) do the following: PHP: adb-windows.exe reboot bootloader fastboot-windows.exe flash recovery b2_recovery-clockwork-22.214.171.124-arthur.img fastboot-windows.exe reboot adb-windows.exe reboot recovery (if your on linux change '-windows.exe' to '-linux', OSX use '-mac') normally the method to get into clockwork mod recovery involves turning the device on while holding the volume down button, or it could be volume up, or any other combination, try it and report back. I am a big OSX and Linux fan girl, and I know the majority of issues people will have is with drivers, I'm not going to be able to help out there too much, I hope the rest of the community will. Any and all feedback would be great... as I say I cant test it, but it should work..... let me know *the board is called arthur that is why the file is named so.