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Root Attempting to develop ClockworkMod for Marauder

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by p_025, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. p_025

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    I managed to find a full partition list hidden away in some of the Marauder's files so I've found the recovery partition (it's /dev/block/mmcblk0p19). I've fed it into the ClockworkMod Builder website and I'll see what comes out. Hopefully it'll work right out of the builder, but I have no experience doing this kind of thing so don't get your hopes up (yet).

    At best, it'll work right away. At worst, I'll brick the recovery partition on my phone. But we'll see.

    UPDATE: Here's the console output from the online builder:
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    2. This recovery was built for:
    3. MANUFACTURER: pantech
    4. DEVICE: ADR910L
    5. If this is not the recovery you were building, please check the other builds.
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    7. You can download the recovery image and other artifacts by clicking "Status" in the menu on the left.
    8. Archiving artifacts
    9. Finished: SUCCESS
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    Looks like it worked. I'll try to flash it and see what happens. But first I need to figure out where to download it.

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    Does this thing have a damn locked bootloader? When I boot by holding power, VolUP and VolDOWN, it brings me to a menu with some stats, and it says "oem unlock - lock-state". On top of that, fastboot won't do jack shit, it says "Not support!"

    It also says I've somehow tampered with the kernel, I have no idea how or when that happened.
     
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    Any progress yet?
     
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    I wish. Can't figure out why fastboot won't work, so there's no proper way to flash anything. The best thing I can think of is to use the cat command to copy the img file into the partition, but there's a backup somewhere that it restores on reboot.
     
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    I was just trying to figure out how to flash the stock recovery in fastboot but have had no luck. Is this phone that much different than most others? It seems Pantech has thrown in a bunch of roadblocks .
     

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