02/09/2011 Update - Two updates - Amon RA 2.3 released: First thing - Amon RA 2.3 was released this afternoon. I have uploaded the PC36IMG.zip to the mediafire folder. This one I got directly from the RA thread, courtesy of Tiffany84 at XDA. These guys are too fast for me . Here is the change log: As of 4:30 PST, I don't see this in ROM manager yet, so if you want this, this is the place to get it, for now. Second thing - I have uploaded a flashable zip for flash_image. flash_image is a command line tool used from the terminal emulator (or a remote terminal as the case may be) to flash images to various partitions. If you want to flash any of the provided images here, but want to save time, Follow these steps to do so: 1) Verify you don't already have flash_image (open terminal and type "which flash_image". If it just says not found, you need to flash it. If it gives you a location (most likely /system/bin/flash_image) your ROM already has this, and you can skip to step 4. 2) Flash flash_image-signed.zip from recovery. 3) Reboot normally when done. 4) Extract recovery.img from the PC36IMG.zip for the recovery you want 5) Copy recovery.img to the root of your sdcard 6) From the terminal type: su flash_image recovery /sdcard/recovery.img Once you reboot into recovery, you'll have whatever recovery you just flashed. Note that steps one and two only have to be done once. 01/18/2011 Update - Stock Recovery Images: I chose to upload the stock recovery images for OTA versions 3.26.651 - 3.70.651.1. These were pulled directly from PC36IMG.zip files created from RUUs. I don't know if they are different from each other, but the file sizes and time stamps are all different, so I uploaded them separately. Should you choose to flash any of them, I recommend you stick with whatever version corresponds with your current hboot version (e.g. hboot version 0.97 - use 3.28.651.5 recovery). End Updates It seems that various versions of Clockwork and RA recovery images are floating around here and xda in img and PC36IMG.zip formats, but I couldn't find much of a central repository for various versions in PC36IMG format. Granted it's easy enough to flash through ROM manager, but it's helpful to have PC36IMG files for a number of reasons. Examples: 1) ROM manager doesn't work all the time. Granted it can usually be fixed, but some people choose to avoid it all together. 2) Your current ROM isn't bootable, and you need to switch recovery type/version or your recovery is broken. I'm sure there are other valid reasons. That being said, I've uploaded the most commonly used versions of both Clockwork and RA here: Free File Hosting Made Simple - MediaFire Currently the list includes: Clockwork 184.108.40.206 Clockwork 220.127.116.11 Clockwork 18.104.22.168 Amon RA 1.8.0 Amon RA 2.1.1 Amon RA 2.2.1 Amon RA 2.3 (Added 02/09/2011) Stock Recovery 3.26.651.6 (Added 01/18/2011) Stock Recovery 3.29.651.5 (Added 01/18/2011) Stock Recovery 3.30.651.3 (Added 01/18/2011) Stock Recovery 3.70.651.1 (Added 01/18/2011) Note that I only packaged some of these myself. I had a few of them on my computer from xda. If I could remember where I got them all from, I would be happy to credit those responsible. I will upload new versions as they are released. If anyone wants a version I have not uploaded, please let me know, and I'll include it. For those who don't know how to flash these, do the following: 1) Download the appropriate PC36IMG.zip for whichever recovery image you want. 2) Rename the file to PC36IMG.zip, exactly, being careful to not rename it to PC36IMG.zip.zip or accidentally unzip the file. 3) Copy the file to the root of your sdcard (That mean the top level, not in any folders). 4) Boot into hboot by turning the phone off, then turning it back on while pressing and holding the volume down button. 5) Flash the file when prompted. 6) When done, rename or remove the PC36IMG.zip file, or it will prompt you to flash it again every time you boot back into hboot. If anyone finds that any of these recovery images are not working, please let me know, and I'll fix it. For more information about the recoveries themselves along with image sources, see the following links: Clockwork: Official site: http://www.koushikdutta.com/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/clockworkmod Images: http://koush.tandtgaming.com/recoveries/ (if using this, use the ones labeled "supersonic", only) Amon RA: Official XDA thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=705026 Twitter: http://twitter.com/Amon_RA Images: http://files.androidspin.com/downloads.php?dir=amon_ra/RECOVERY/ (again, if using this, only use the ones labeled "supersonic") Thanks to Mr. Ed for providing a couple of the above links. IMPORTANT NOTE: There are some legitimate uses for stock recovery images, but they can also be used to do things that may be detrimental. I highly recommend you do *not* attempt to accept an OTA while rooted. Flashing one of these stock recovery images will give you the ability to if you rooted with unrevoked. DO NOT DO THAT. You could easily end up in a weird state. If you choose to ignore this warning, I take no responsibility for you breaking your phone. That being said, should you choose to use these for something such as a partial unroot, remember to be smart about what all you restore first.