Let me first say that I have spent nearly 2 weeks searching for a resolution to this problem and have read countless threads but none were able to help. I am Running an HTC Incredible S Android version : 2.2 Baseband version (Radio): 2.15.10.07.07 HBOOT- 0.92.0000 I am trying to replace my CWM Recovery 220.127.116.11 with this 4ext recovery so that I can Install Android Revolution 1.1.7 These are the methods I have tried. 1) Terminal Emulator I placed new recovery in root of my sdcard and renamed "recovery.img" open terminal type su (got root) type flash_image recovery /sdcard/recovery.img then I receive error "error writting recovery: No space left on device I tried a different version of a 4ext recovery and still received the same error. I tried formatted SD Card to FAT32 = same error Tried formatting internal memory = same error. 2) CMD Prompt through Windows PC I have the SDK kit installed with ADB Enable debug mode and plug phone in Placed new recovery in c:/ root Open cmd prompt on PC type cd C:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools type adb shell type su type flash_image recovery /sdcard/recovery.img receive error "error writing recovery. No space left on device 3) Fastboot Hold down power and volume down button Select fastboot Open cmd prompt on pc type fastboot devices HT11BHJ04273 (change dir to location of new recovery) type cd c:/ fastboot flash recovery recovery.img sending 'recovery' <4292 KB> writing 'recovery' receive error FAILED <remote: not allowed> finished. total time: 0.674s I even tried fastboot boot recovery recovery.img cannot load 'recovery' 4) CWM Recovery Flash Trick Navigate to the downloaded clockworkmod recovery copy name of file and change new recovery.img name to the name you just copied. Make sure to change the name of the original cwm recovery. Open rom manager and select flash. Please help me install a 4ext recovery. I am going insane because I feel like I have tried everything.