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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by cdman2008, Nov 4, 2010.

  1. cdman2008

    cdman2008 Member
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    run universal andrott, then installed the rom manager, then reboot into recovery, works fine there. once i reboot the phone, the superuser icon is gone and i cant reboot back to recovery until i run universal androot again. then the cycle starts all over again.
     

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  2. Indifferent22

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    Try a different 1 click program. Like Ally RR.. If you have a question about it post again.. See if I can help in any way.
     
  3. swc2001

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    Its the Recovery.sh file thingamagig that is killing you. Quote from Drellisdee. "You can also just flash the signed_kill_install-recovery.sh.zip attached also."

    Read this http://androidforums.com/ally-all-things-root/146564-ally-recovery-img-here-custom-roms.html

    Then apply the zip that Drellisdee made. This will take care of you. Also
    you might try this. http://androidforums.com/ally-all-things-root/203047-tool-recovery-flasher-batch.html

    The other suggestion before mine of doing AllyRR was also an Excellent suggestion.

    Deffinately consider using Drellisdees Recovery 1.2.4 it is bullet proof.:D
     
  4. darkxsun

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    What do you mean by this?

    I asking because I just don't know much about this recovery vs cwm... I've tried to use it multiple times, flashing multiple methods, but I have some bad sectors in the recovery region, just enough that this recovery doesn't fit---I've always had to use Clockwork.
     
  5. savoxis

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    EDIT: Bad post I cant read.
     
  6. death2all110

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    the install-recovery.sh kills recovery not root. are you using the temporary root or the more permanent root? try an alternative one-click.
     
  7. getitnowmarketing

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    He must be using the soft root option in androot. Try using universal androotv1.6 that works perfectly on ally.
     
  8. cdman2008

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