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Support Advise on flashing recovery.img taken with CWM

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    Hi community,
    My device is old Samsung galaxy gio with android version 2.3.6. I use stock Rom and recently installed CWM 4.0.1.5 and later , fortunateley took a nandroid backup with no error messages. This CWM version has some bugs on display driwing and therefore some days later I installed CWM 6.0.4.7 while in the recovery mode of 4.0.1.5.

    but unfortunately, cwm 6.0.4.7 did not work currectly , it gave many error messages like it cannot mount /cache/recovery/commands etc. There are such 4 "cannot mount "and 3 " cannot open file" error messages. Therefore I want to remove this 6.0.4.7 and return to previous 4.0.1.5 CWM mode.

    As stated above, I had already taken nandroid backup with previous version of CWM. I checked that backup under the clockword mode on the SD card there are below files with .img extension.

    cache
    .android_secure
    data
    system
    recovery
    boot

    I would like to know and be sure that , I wonder if the recovery.img file of above is related recovery and if I install it only (not the others) through terminal emulator , would it be a correct decision and will I return to previous custom recovery of 4.0.1.5
     

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