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Old March 13th, 2011, 02:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Mad [NEW SKOOL] Install and Use xRecovery

Hi,

This is a "new skool" method of installing xRecovery to Xperia X8

DISCLAIMER: Please use the info below at your own risk with no warranty of any kind.

IMPORTANT:
Xperia X8 must be E15i [NOT E15a]
Xperia X8 must have the latest firmware: Eclair 2.1.1.A.0.6
Xperia X8 must be ROOTED - use SuperOneClick
Xperia X8 must have Busybox 1.1.7 installed (from Android Market - it's free)

IMPORTANT Note for BusyBox
What you have downloaded from Android Market is the BusyBox Installer
After you get the app from the Android Market you still need to <launch> and <install> BusyBox

NOTE:
E15a has UMTS/HSPA 850/1900/2100
E15i has UMTS/HSPA 900/2100
If you have E15a and use <xRecovery_E15i_installer.apk> you will lose 3G/GPS/GSM services.

DOWNLOAD:
xRecovery.E15i.installer.zip

METHOD:
Step 1: Download, unzip, copy to SD Card and install <xRecovery_E15i_installer.apk>
Step 2: Reboot and when the words Sony Ericsson appears on startup <multiple click> the back button.

xRecovery USAGE:
Select Buttons = Volume Up & Volume Down Buttons
Enter Button = Home Button
Back Button = Back Button

To BACKUP your Xpedia X8's current ROM
select <backup and restore><backup> from the menu

This will create a backup file in your SD Card <SD/xRecovery/backup>
You can copy this backup file to your PC for safe keeping and at a later date copy it back to your SD card </xRecovery/backup> to restore

To RESTORE from a backup of your current ROM
select <backup and restore><restore> from menu & select the <file_name>

CREDITS:
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i follow your instructions.. but it boot normally.. even thoug im doing the multiple tap on back button


you did't mention that the busy box i've downloaded from the market is only a installer.. i thought it will automatically installed on my phone.. thanks very much.. its working now..
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I have installed the Busybox from the busybox installer and that says status:done and have used the xRecovery installer to install the chargemon, busybox and xrecovery.tar to the system/bin area, everything is installed or placed where it should be but when i turn the phone off and reboot it I cant get the xRecovery menu from pressing the back button during the Sony Ericsson screen? HELLLPPP please

*Just checked the market and i have busybox 3.3.9 installed not 3.3.7, this wont make a difference will it?
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I have installed the Busybox from the busybox installer and that says status:done and have used the xRecovery installer to install the chargemon, busybox and xrecovery.tar to the system/bin area, everything is installed or placed where it should be but when i turn the phone off and reboot it I cant get the xRecovery menu from pressing the back button during the Sony Ericsson screen? HELLLPPP please

*Just checked the market and i have busybox 3.3.9 installed not 3.3.7, this wont make a difference will it?
Hi,

Just check a few things:
1) Phone model is E15i with the latest firmware 2.1.1.A.0.6
2) You did not mention if you have rooted your phone. Your phone must be rooted - <SuperUser> icon in your phone.

If your phone "qualify" it should work. It doesn't matter if it is BusyBox v3.3.7 or v3.3.9
just <launch> the BusyBox Installer and <install> BusyBox 1.1.7

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I did as you instructed but when i reboot it goes straight to normal boot, it did not go into xrecovery, then i tried to install again xRecovery, it says it's aleady installed. What to do now?
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finally i found a better solution
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I did as you instructed but when i reboot it goes straight to normal boot, it did not go into xrecovery, then i tried to install again xRecovery, it says it's aleady installed. What to do now?
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Hi,

You have to check if you have met the prerequisites on at the top of my post.

otherwise you have to do it the manual way.

OLD SKOOL METHOD

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same problem i couldnt took backup of my ROM xrecovery does not works. I tries manual and automatic boot methods still no gain :S ROM Manager couldnt do either :S
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Hi,

This is a "new skool" method of installing xRecovery to Xperia X8

DISCLAIMER: Please use the info below at your own risk with no warranty of any kind.

IMPORTANT:
Xperia X8 must be E15i [NOT E15a]
Xperia X8 must have the latest firmware: Eclair 2.1.1.A.0.6
Xperia X8 must be ROOTED - use SuperOneClick
Xperia X8 must have Busybox 1.1.7 installed (from Android Market - it's free)

IMPORTANT Note for BusyBox
What you have downloaded from Android Market is the BusyBox Installer
After you get the app from the Android Market you still need to <launch> and <install> BusyBox

NOTE:
E15a has UMTS/HSPA 850/1900/2100
E15i has UMTS/HSPA 900/2100
If you have E15a and use <xRecovery_E15i_installer.apk> you will lose 3G/GPS/GSM services.

DOWNLOAD:
xRecovery.E15i.installer.zip

METHOD:
Step 1: Download, unzip, copy to SD Card and install <xRecovery_E15i_installer.apk>
Step 2: Reboot and when the words Sony Ericsson appears on startup <multiple click> the back button.

xRecovery USAGE:
Select Buttons = Volume Up & Volume Down Buttons
Enter Button = Home Button
Back Button = Back Button

To BACKUP your Xpedia X8's current ROM
select <backup and restore><backup> from the menu

This will create a backup file in your SD Card <SD/xRecovery/backup>
You can copy this backup file to your PC for safe keeping and at a later date copy it back to your SD card </xRecovery/backup> to restore

To RESTORE from a backup of your current ROM
select <backup and restore><restore> from menu & select the <file_name>

CREDITS:
zoz33, zdzihu and unic0de from XDA-Developers

Were you successful installing xRecovery using the New Skool Method?
I have tried the old school method and did not work,wanna try using new school method.do I have to install again busy box.i found that for v1.1.7 got many version from 1.1.7.1 till 1.1.7.4.which one should I pick and where to install it,system/bin or system/bin.please help me.
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I have tried the old school method and did not work,wanna try using new school method.do I have to install again busy box.i found that for v1.1.7 got many version from 1.1.7.1 till 1.1.7.4.which one should I pick and where to install it,system/bin or system/bin.please help me.
Hi,
Install the latest Busybox whatever the version
Then you have to ROOT your phone using SuperOneClick

Assuming you have E15i... and a file explorer like Astro...

download and install the xRecovery.E15i.installer.apk

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Question Cannot move XRecovery.tar to the right place. Please help

Hello all from a newbie!
I think I've mada everything correctly to install Xrecovery on my SE Xperia X8... but when I use Astro file manager to check if all files in the right place (\system\bin\) Xrecovery.tar is missing. I can't move it using Astro.
When I try to use XRecovery installer it reports:
"cp can't create '/system/bin/xrecovery.tar': Read only file system
Any ideas or suggestions? Thank you!
(I have busybox and used superoneclick to root the phone, I have superuser installed and Xrecovery installer is listed there)
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Hello all from a newbie!
I think I've mada everything correctly to install Xrecovery on my SE Xperia X8... but when I use Astro file manager to check if all files in the right place (\system\bin\) Xrecovery.tar is missing. I can't move it using Astro.
When I try to use XRecovery installer it reports:
"cp can't create '/system/bin/xrecovery.tar': Read only file system
Any ideas or suggestions? Thank you!
(I have busybox and used superoneclick to root the phone, I have superuser installed and Xrecovery installer is listed there)
hi,
if you have done everything correctly you should be able to reboot and go to xRecovery menu by pressing the back button.

otherwise you might have to use Root Explorer to copy and paste the three files manually and before you paste the three files using Root Explorer do remember to <click><Mount R/W>

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i thought, using XRecovery, even Xrecovery.tar will be moved to /system/bin/
Do I need Root Explorer to mount R/W the internal memory? Can I use terminal emulator?
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i thought, using XRecovery, even Xrecovery.tar will be moved to /system/bin/
Do I need Root Explorer to mount R/W the internal memory? Can I use terminal emulator?
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I do not know how to use terminal emulator.
I used Root Explorer.

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is it okay to install busyox after rooting x8?....and i cant get in to xrecovery..-_-.....plz help
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is it okay to install busyox after rooting x8?....and i cant get in to xrecovery..-_-.....plz help
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look here OR here

watch the video and follow the steps

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To: Gabeyong

Followed your instructions
1.successful root using superoneclick
2.download busy box and install v 1.17.1 found ok
3.launch/install xrecovery.apk followed on the link found ok
4.reboot phone and after sony ericson logo appear press back several times
but won't work.

any problems with my installation?im a bit newbie so pls bear with me.
* before try copying/install through rootxplorer but not possible because of file permission even though change it/permit and said out of memory.

pls reply, much appreciated.

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Default Xperia X8 xrecovery problem.

please is there anyone else can help me with my problem?

I cannot paste the file busybox, chargemon and xrecovery.tar to system/bin it keeps giving me this message "you cannot paste here because the file system is read-only." please anyone help me with my problem.

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please is there anyone else can help me with my problem?

I cannot paste the file busybox, chargemon and xrecovery.tar to system/bin it keeps giving me this message "you cannot paste here because the file system is read-only." please anyone help me with my problem.

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Hi,

if you are using Root Explorer before you paste the files <Select><Mount R/W> at the top of the screen. if you select Mount R/W you should be able to copy and paste without problems.

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Cry any method-NOT WORKING at all!

few days b4,i rooted my phn(successful) and installd rootexplorer..
smwhr i read tat clockwrkmod z new vrsn f xrecvry..so i dwnlded tat
it had META-INF and system folder>{xbin>>sh, bin>>recvry.tar,chargemon,charger)

as it ws writtn in instrctn to cpy cntents f bth 'XBIN' n 'BIN' into /system/bin n grnt permissions..
i did the same by clckn mount r/w..n pasted it
#rebooted..

Now rootxplorer shws Restrt App error..and wifi and odr thngs r disabld on phone..
any .apk regrdng root access doesnt seem to wrk,evn wen Superuser app alows thm permissn

#flashtool tried too..(not wrking nw)
#tried to re-root..(not wrking)

PLZ HELP!! m stuck badly..
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It works on mine,thank you so much Mr.
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i have installed xrecovery( the one from new skool). i have rooted my phone via super one click. i have the superuser icon in my phone. i have also installed root explorer. BUT i m totally lost at the 3 files thing! I dont know what 3 files everybody is talking about. but i installed busybox from th android market. version 1.19.4 . help meeeee!!
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i have installed xrecovery( the one from new skool). i have rooted my phone via super one click. i have the superuser icon in my phone. i have also installed root explorer. BUT i m totally lost at the 3 files thing! I dont know what 3 files everybody is talking about. but i installed busybox from th android market. version 1.19.4 . help meeeee!!
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If you have installed xRecovery the 3 files are not required.

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Ok, i have superuser i have xrecovery installer and root explorer. Problem is : when i use root explorer and mount with the r/o option in the bin folder i cant see any file called xrecovery.tar there. And if i use xrecovery installer all three files that xrecovery should have installed they all get the error ring on the left side and the error is : cant find fdsync or something like that.
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i figured it out. thanks! this guide is really useful. i have upgraded my version to 2.3.5. but when i go into xrecovery and restore my files, it goes back to the old version. how come? isnt it suppose to restore my old applications etc to the new version which is 2.3.5 ?
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i figured it out. thanks! this guide is really useful. i have upgraded my version to 2.3.5. but when i go into xrecovery and restore my files, it goes back to the old version. how come? isnt it suppose to restore my old applications etc to the new version which is 2.3.5 ?
Hi,

After you install the custom rom you do not go back to xRecovery to try and restore your apps. xRecovery restores the ROM you have backed up including the apps.

You need to reinstall all your apps again if you have not used an app like Titanium Backup to backup your apps.

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Hi,

This is a "new skool" method of installing xRecovery to Xperia X8

DISCLAIMER: Please use the info below at your own risk with no warranty of any kind.

IMPORTANT:
Xperia X8 must be E15i [NOT E15a]
Xperia X8 must have the latest firmware: Eclair 2.1.1.A.0.6
Xperia X8 must be ROOTED - use SuperOneClick
Xperia X8 must have Busybox 1.1.7 installed (from Android Market - it's free)

IMPORTANT Note for BusyBox
What you have downloaded from Android Market is the BusyBox Installer
After you get the app from the Android Market you still need to <launch> and <install> BusyBox

NOTE:
E15a has UMTS/HSPA 850/1900/2100
E15i has UMTS/HSPA 900/2100
If you have E15a and use <xRecovery_E15i_installer.apk> you will lose 3G/GPS/GSM services.

DOWNLOAD:
xRecovery.E15i.installer.zip

METHOD:
Step 1: Download, unzip, copy to SD Card and install <xRecovery_E15i_installer.apk>
Step 2: Reboot and when the words Sony Ericsson appears on startup <multiple click> the back button.

xRecovery USAGE:
Select Buttons = Volume Up & Volume Down Buttons
Enter Button = Home Button
Back Button = Back Button

To BACKUP your Xpedia X8's current ROM
select <backup and restore><backup> from the menu

This will create a backup file in your SD Card <SD/xRecovery/backup>
You can copy this backup file to your PC for safe keeping and at a later date copy it back to your SD card </xRecovery/backup> to restore

To RESTORE from a backup of your current ROM
select <backup and restore><restore> from menu & select the <file_name>

CREDITS:
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Were you successful installing xRecovery using the New Skool Method?
1)Xrecovery link invalid.
2)Can you make a .bat file for recover and install new Rom


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An alternative link here <--- download

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Thank you soo much!!
Been trying to install this for about 6 hours using various methods but no joy. So simple and effective!! Thank you....
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