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  1. kewlbuddy

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    Hi friends,

    yesterday night I s-off ed my desire using vmware player. took around <5min.

    In this process I said yes to cwm 2.5.1.8
    1) how to flash cwm 2.5.0.7 back
    can I use this [UTILITY] Android Flasher(Recovery,splash1,Radio,HBOOT,bootanim)[V1.6.1](15/01/11) - xda-developers

    do I need to nandroid or restore?

    2)I flashed hboot bravo sense(currently running gv 1.6). So if i wanted to flash miui/sense hd roms in future, I need to flash stock hboot? If so, is this right process?
    a)nandroid
    b)wipe data/cache/ext
    c)flash hboot
    d)boot recovery
    e)install rom

    am I right?

    Thanks
     

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    1 yes here is 2.5.0.7

    http://db.tt/6SxVgX3

    2 miui may fit in that layout but youd need a bravo stock (250 system) for hd port.

    You just flash it. Nandroid won't correct any errors but take one anyway



    However i prefer custom mtd layout as per sig
     
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    Thanx mate.

    how to flash this cwm, in recovery/fastboot/hboot?
     
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    Fastboot.
     
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    Thanx.will try to do it through adb
     
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    Not adb. fastboot.

    If you're unfamiliar with fasbtboot commands, just use the flasher you posted earlier.
     
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    yep, I meant fastboot and then adb on pc.
     
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    No, not adb on PC. Fastboot on PC :)
     
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    ya found it on cyanogen wiki
     
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