EDIT: THIS INFORMATION IS EXTREMELY OUT OF DATE. DO NOT USE THIS RECOVERY. A CWM WITH OUT THE BOOT LOOP ISSUE HAS BEEN MADE. http://androidforums.com/spectrum-a...oot-clockworkmod-recovery-lg-spectrum-4g.html Koush released an official CWM recovery for the LG Nitro this weekend, which is a touch based recovery. I've ported it to the LG Spectrum and except for one issue, we seem to be golden. I've found a work around for that and all the instructions are below. This is a fully functional version of CWM. Nandroid backup and restore work without a glitch as does formating of /data and /cache. WARNING: IF YOU ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH THE DD COMMAND OR HOW BADLY YOU CAN MESS UP YOUR SYSTEM, WAIT FOR A PROPER SCRIPT TO BE WRITTEN TO USE THIS. Grab the following file: "link removed" Save that to your adb directory. Make sure your phone is connected and in debugging mode and that you have already rooted Do the following commands adb push cwm_touch.img /sdcard/cwm_touch.img adb shell su mount -orw,remount /dev/block/system /system rm /system/etc/install-recovery.sh dd if=/sdcard/cwm_touch.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p13 exit exit adb reboot recovery You phone will now reboot and hopefully into CWM recovery touch. If you get a blank screen, I have found this typically means your phone has been on too long. Fully power it off and leave it for a bit. Then turn it on and try the "adb reboot recovery" command again, or use a program like Rom Manager to get into recovery. How to fix boot loop into CWM: This assumes that your system got really bad and you used the button combo (down vol + power, wait, power, power) to get into CWM the hard way as a last resort. This sets a flag in the system that will constantly force you back into CWM. Here is the fix. As a percaution, do a nandroid backup of your phone while in CWM Next, fix what ever was causing you to boot loop in the first place that made you have to use the button combo. Then mount your sdcard in CWM (mounts and storage -> mount sdcard) NEW INSTRUCTIONS: Grab this file: http://androidfiles.massivefilehost.com/cwm_touch/cwm_bootloop_fix.zip Ideally, you should put this file on your SD card when you install recovery, but you can also push it with ADB while stuck in recovery or use another smart phone to download it to your SD card and then put the SD card in your phone. In CWM go into "install zip from sdcard -> choose zip from sdcard ->" then scroll down until you reach the file "cwm_bootloop_fix.zip". Click on it, then confirm. Let it do its thing. When it's done, you can now go back to the main menu and choose reboot and it will boot normally. If anyone runs into issues, please let me know.