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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by landonh12, Dec 30, 2012.

  1. landonh12

    landonh12 Android Enthusiast
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    I can't find it anywhere. Could someone give me a link?
     



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  2. ramjet73

    ramjet73 Android Expert

  3. landonh12

    landonh12 Android Enthusiast
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    Thanks, is there anything I need to make sure of before I flash it?

    I'm:
    S-OFF
    ENG HBOOT 1.04
    Team D.I.R.T AOKP 3.5.0
     
  4. ramjet73

    ramjet73 Android Expert

    Based on the http://androidforums.com/evo-v-4g-all-things-root/663486-twrp-2-3-htc-evo-3d.html thread you may get some errors using the ENG 1.04 hboot with the latest version of TWRP2. I don't know if those errors will affect anything else or not, but my preference is 4EXT when using the engineering bootloader and flashing AOSP based ROM's.

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  5. landonh12

    landonh12 Android Enthusiast
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    Doesn't 4EXT cost money?
     
  6. ramjet73

    ramjet73 Android Expert

    It's $3 in the Play Store for the Recovery Control version, which is well worth it, but if that's a problem for you just download the Recovery Updater version from 4EXT Development and use that to install and update the same 4EXT recovery. You will also have access to the advanced features of the Recovery Control app for three days to decide whether or not to upgrade or just stay with the free version.

    ramjet73
     
  7. SuperAfnan

    SuperAfnan Android Expert

    Isn't 4ext faster too?
     
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  8. Prinny

    Prinny Resident Linux Nutcase

    4EXT is probably the best recovery I've used. Though when TWRP touch came out back on my Triumph...that was pretty sweet...
     
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  9. ramjet73

    ramjet73 Android Expert

    It is for me, at least for the basic operations.

    One thing that might be faster on TWRP is the backups and they definitely take less space on the SD card because they are compressed, where 4EXT backups are only tar archives. Max (madmaxx82) has indicated that the major upgrade of 4EXT that is currently a WIP will have compression for the backups, at least as an option.

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