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This is used for curing the CWM loop bug that keeps occurring (I have yet to trace this down)

Stock Proclaim Recovery

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  • Date: 19/05/13
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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #1 » Published on:May 31, 2013, 03:49:21 am

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Nandroid Manager caused a boot loop on proclaim. I tried the boot into Recovery and it boot looped. Had to use the stock recovery, and flash in Odin, no pit.

Also, I ran a patch on the core.jar which caused a freeze and wouldn't reboot past the aa51 logo. Had to do a Restore in CWM to fix.

Just to let the ppl know what not to do.

Nandroid manager is still a good app though, just avoid the reboot to recovery as far as I've tested.

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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #2 » Published on:May 31, 2013, 09:31:21 am

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I had that same issue, but mine wasn't due to the nandriod manager.  At least I think.
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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #3 » Published on:May 31, 2013, 10:55:47 am

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I will test further but it will be a few days, I'm traveling out of town to re-fence my 80 acre ranch, so it makes it hard to do anything of the sort.

From re-flashing to re-fencing, what a transition lol.

In the mean time if anyone wants to test further, I don't mind at all.
I've only tried the reboot to recovery so far, it's a fail.

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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #4 » Published on:June 04, 2013, 07:52:49 pm

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HELP!!!! i flashed cwm and now it boot loops into cwm. ive tried everything. flashed back to stock , it errors and say no sd ext. img. then i try to reboot and says are you sure you want to flash recovery.img yes or no either one i click does the same thing. i was hoping when the rom is released if i flahed that everything would work. if anyone can help i would appreciate it thanks in advance, Tom
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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #5 » Published on:June 04, 2013, 07:58:56 pm

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Going vip gets you roms as soon as they release but im not sure if it would fix your problem better wait on a pro to answer you lol

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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #6 » Published on:June 04, 2013, 10:48:46 pm

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This is used for curing the CWM loop bug that keeps occurring (I have yet to trace this down)

Stock Proclaim Recovery
Just a thought but possibly they are pulling the battery to soon? I would recommend making sure reboot is not checked in Odin, then after the flash is complete, reboot to CWM right after so the sammy recovery doesn't flash over CWM. That is the method I use on my SCH-S720C & N8013.

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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #7 » Published on:June 04, 2013, 11:01:14 pm

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i just tried that and now its say recovery not validated
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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #8 » Published on:June 05, 2013, 12:47:12 am

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i just tried that and now its say recovery not validated
Try downloading the stock recovery flash that on odin then reflash cwm make sure u take out the battery out as it. Turns blue on odin

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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #9 » Published on:February 03, 2014, 12:04:55 pm

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I know this is a really old thread, so I hope this is OK here.

Is this the stock FB07 kernel? Or the stock LI02 kernel? If I flashed this to a phone that had been updated automatically to LI02, would it work OK and would it fix the FoxFi problem.

I've already flashed the AK51Proclaim kernel to the phone and rooted it. When I tried to start FoxFi it said it couldn't because they had broken it (or something to that effect).

I fixed the build.prop file to remove all evidence of the string "LI02" (I've done all this to my phone before, I'm working on a friends phone now), and now FoxFi tries to start the WiFi hotspot, gets to step 3 and gives me a failure message (I don't have the exact text).

I put this stock kernel on my phone, and it shows now as stock, no error triangle, etc. But I'm not sure how to see what version it is, and I can't really test anything with it, since I upgraded to an S3 and my Proclaim is not activated anymore.

With my phone, I never allowed it to upgrade to LI02, and FoxFi worked great, even after I rooted with the AK51Proclaim kernel.

Thanks for any help and for bearing with the real Android noob.
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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #10 » Published on:February 03, 2014, 06:13:58 pm

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All this does is replace CWM with the stock recovery.
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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #11 » Published on:February 03, 2014, 06:51:56 pm

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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #12 » Published on:March 05, 2014, 01:16:52 pm

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can some one tell me where in odin do I flash this, or maby a thred as so I can better understand how to work odin. I have odin 3 v1.85
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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #13 » Published on:March 05, 2014, 04:59:43 pm

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can some one tell me where in odin do I flash this, or maby a thred as so I can better understand how to work odin. I have odin 3 v1.85

Ifs its cwm then it goes in the pda box dont unzip it ......make sure in odin the com box has a # in it and it either blue or yellow.........follow the post on installing cwm on it......its done the same way...........
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Re: [STOCK] Proclaim recovery

« Reply #14 » Published on:May 25, 2014, 06:09:16 pm

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I never owned a proclaim, but I did a centura. It was fairly easy to use heimdall to flash CWM on it quick. Basically I installed it (yaourt -S heimdall) then ran it as root. Don't remembeer the command though but it's fairly straightforward.
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