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Have you purchased the Galaxy ACE PLUS S7500 and now want to customize the device? Well! Here’s something interesting for you, a root tool has been released for your Galaxy ACE PLUS, which means now can install everything which require Samsung privileges. The root tool also install the ClockworkMod recovery on your new Samsung smartphone.
Follow below guide to root and install recovery but first but keep in mind that your device must be charged. Disable all system tools such as Samsung KIES, antivirus, firewall program, please make a backup of your device data such as SMS, internet setting, contacts music files etc because the below procedure may wipe data, you can sync your contacts with Gmail account and for messages use SMS apps, lastly use file expert app to backup apps, and turn the USB Debugging on, to do so just tap Menu> Settings> Application> Development. USB drivers must be installed on PC.
Custom recovery allows you to install different things on your Android device, you can flash custom ROMs, modes, tweaks and much more. You can also take nandroid backup of your Android’s device existing ROM and wipe the complete Android device in recovery mode, in a nutshell, you can’t apply hacks on your Android device without a custom recovery.
On many devices installation of custom recovery is bit tricky, you’ll have to use bootloader mode, Odin etc to install a custom recovery but here’s good news for the owners of T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S2, now they can use an app to make recovery switching easy, thanks to recognized XDA developer “starskyrob”.
For those of you who have upgraded their Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100 with the latest Samsung Android 4.0.3 ice Cream Sandwich firmware XWLPD, here’s guide to root and install ClockworkMod recovery, this recovery allows you to make a backup of existing ROM, sometime when you install a custom ROM on your device but after installation if anything not work which expect from the ROM, you can easily revert back to your current state with backup of ROM.
ClockworkMod recovery also allows you to custom ROMs, wipe the device and install hacks. Follow below guide but to root Galaxy S2 and install ClockworkMod recovery but first keep in mind that it’s for Samsung Galaxy S2 model number GT-I9100 running XWLPD firmware, so don’t try it any other model or firmware, if you want to check the device detail, on your device go to menu, then tap on setting and then tap on About Phone, there you’ll get complete information about your phone.
So you have bought Sprint Galaxy Nexus and now want to apply hacks, install custom ROMS, mods, tweaks etc? Well! The touch ClockworkMod recovery has been released for your Sprint smartphone that allows you to get rid of physical button that you use in recovery mode, so now you can use the touch control in.
ClockworkMod recovery is a familiar custom recovery for Android that allows you to install custom ROM, hacks, take the backup of ROM, restore previous ROM, wipe the device and much more, but in recovery mode you need to use physical keys such as volume and power keys to navigate and select the menus, but now.
A few days ago Samsung released XXJW4 with TouchWiz 4 for Samsung Galaxy S, it’s not Ice Cream Sandwich update, which means if you want to taste Ice Cream Sandwich, you have to install ICS-based custom ROMs on your Galaxy S. As you know well that before you install any custom ROM first you’ll need.
Recently official touch-based ClockworkMod recovery released for HTC One X that allows you to navigate and select menu using touch instead of volume and power keys in recovery mode. However you’ll have to use stock recovery on your device to flash official OTA (over the air) firmware. So if you’ve installed an custom recovery on.
As we all know well that XDA Developer has released numerous custom roms, firmwares, kernels for Android devices that allow you to upgrade your Android device to latest Android version or just upgrade its features unofficially, so many people don’t wait for official release and install these ROMs.
If you are using Samsung Galaxy S II then there is something interesting news for you because now you are able to Root and ClockworkMod Recovery on Galaxy SII with Android 4.0 firmware XXLPJ. Below you can see a guide for this purpose. Before you get started make sure that you have a Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100 and this guide is for Windows users before you get started make sure you have manage your back-up because below steps can damage your valued data.
Disable system utilities, security programs, antivirus software, firewall tools, and Samsung KIES on your PC. You also need to do USB Debugging enabled Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging). You also need to install the device drivers.
If you are a user of Motorola Droid 4 and want to install Safetrap Recovery you are on a right place below you can see step-by-step guide of this purpose. Before you get started make sure that you have manage your back-up because below steps can damage your valued data you also need to make sure that you have at least 70% battery for this purpose. You also need a Rooted Motorola Droid 4 you can follow this guide here to Root.
You also need to turn on USB Debugging, on your homescreen tap Menu> Settings> Application> Development. Then, make sure that USB debugging is checked.
If you are a user of Motorola Droid X and want to install ClockworkMod Recovery on this device you are on a right place below you can see step-by-step guide for this purpose. Before you get started to follow the steps make sure that you have manage your back-up because below steps can damage your.
So you are looking for custom recovery to install custom ROMs on your Motorola Droid Bionic? Well! Here’s Safestrap Recovery, it stays away from your phone’s primary system when flashing to the phone or altering the phone in a significant way. It’s better than bootstrap recovery, this recovery is intended for phones with locked bootloaders.Sometime.