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[Verizon] Touch CWM

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  1. Old Member

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    User Nathan Grebowiec, Twitter name Unstableapps has created a touch version of CWM.

    Here is a link the the CDMA version of it.

    He stresses that this is an ALPHA build so flash with caution. If you are brave enough to flash, let us know how it goes.

    Here is his full post for Google+


    ClockworkMod Recovery Touch Version Alpha 1 - YouTube
     

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    davelm over at Rootzwiki wrote this. (I were having a hell of a time flashing this until this wonderful individual broke it down).
    Like said before, easiest/safest way is to use PC.
    • On your computer, head into your SDK/Tools folder or wherever your adb.exe and fastboot.exe files are.
    • Place the downloaded file there:
     
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    I've been using the touch CWM and I've had no issues with it so far. You can still use it like the original version, you also have on screen buttons with haptic feedback or you can use the touch screen to scroll and select. Pretty nice to have all those options if you ask me.
     
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    Did you flash the above version as in post one or the second way mentioned?
     
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    Im running this as well, works great! the sofkeys are great, touch/swipe gestures work great but make me nervous ill make incorrect selections.

    As far as i know the only way to get this is to flash via fastboot, do not attempt to flash this with CWR.
     
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    There is an app now that makes installing or updating this stupid easy ... check the Rootzwiki thread first post
     
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    so i just flashed this straight not using the stock cwr recovery image and it seems to be working fine.
     
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    I'm still suing beta 3 and haven't had a single issue with it. I'll be buying the app to show my support, but updating through fastboot as it's incredibly easy
     
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