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    jpisini
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    CWM touch recovery

    Post by jpisini on Thu Feb 02, 2012 11:39 am

    I don't know if you guys have seen the new clockworkmod touch recovery 5.8.0.1 or not but it is amazing. Right now it supports about a dozen phones including my EVO it makes flashing Roms and making backups a no brainer. No more scrolling through different screens I can just touch the option I want. I imagine that it requires special drivers per device and I have no idea if we can get this working on any of the Cobys or not but definitely something to keep an eye on.

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    Re: CWM touch recovery

    Post by Guest on Thu Feb 02, 2012 3:15 pm

    jpisini wrote:I don't know if you guys have seen the new clockworkmod touch recovery 5.8.0.1 or not but it is amazing. Right now it supports about a dozen phones including my EVO it makes flashing Roms and making backups a no brainer. No more scrolling through different screens I can just touch the option I want. I imagine that it requires special drivers per device and I have no idea if we can get this working on any of the Cobys or not but definitely something to keep an eye on.

    Well looks like they are using the same method I used in my 8125 recovery.

    jpisini
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    Re: CWM touch recovery

    Post by jpisini on Thu Feb 02, 2012 8:08 pm

    So any chance of something like this for the 7127?

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    Re: CWM touch recovery

    Post by Guest on Thu Feb 02, 2012 10:28 pm

    jpisini wrote:So any chance of something like this for the 7127?

    CWM might make one for that model I don't know, My 8125 recovery had to use touch screen cause coby disabled the volume keys in recovery, so for me to be able to get a working recovery I had to use what was enabled, touch screen, back and menu.

    Using the volume keys to me is the best way but if they are disabled, one must be creative.

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    Re: CWM touch recovery

    Post by jpisini on Thu Feb 02, 2012 11:26 pm

    On the 7127 volume down moves through the menus and volume up selects. There is no back button but the is a work around but it is painful to use. I use an external keyboard if possible it helps.

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    Re: CWM touch recovery

    Post by Guest on Thu Feb 02, 2012 11:45 pm

    jpisini wrote:On the 7127 volume down moves through the menus and volume up selects. There is no back button but the is a work around but it is painful to use. I use an external keyboard if possible it helps.

    you have no back button at all or back button doesn't work in cwm?

    If you go to testers forum and post the info I need I will make a recovery for 7127 similar to the 8125 using touch screen to select if touch screen is enabled.

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    Re: CWM touch recovery

    Post by jpisini on Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:06 am

    The 7127 has a soft key back button that does not work at all. I will check the testers forum and see if I can get you what you need. Thanks.

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    Re: CWM touch recovery

    Post by jpisini on Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:41 am

    Took a look not sure what you need.

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    Re: CWM touch recovery

    Post by jpisini on Sat Feb 04, 2012 11:19 am

    I saw your PM thanks. Enjoy your time away here is the information you asked for. I will give you the links to download boot.img and system.tar in the PM.

    $ cat /proc/mtd
    dev: size erasesize name
    mtd0: 00a00000 00200000 "boot"
    mtd1: 00600000 00200000 "kpanic"
    mtd2: 0b400000 00200000 "system"
    mtd3: 00400000 00200000 "splash"
    mtd4: 02800000 00200000 "cache"
    mtd5: 10200000 00200000 "userdata"
    mtd6: 00a00000 00200000 "recovery"
    mtd7: 00200000 00200000 "misc"
    mtd8: 00200000 00200000 "tcc"

    power button
    /dev/input/event0: 0001 006b 00000001
    /dev/input/event0: 0000 0000 00000000
    /dev/input/event0: 0001 006b 00000000
    /dev/input/event0: 0000 0000 00000000


    volume down
    /dev/input/event0: 0001 0072 00000001
    /dev/input/event0: 0000 0000 00000000
    /dev/input/event0: 0001 0072 00000000
    /dev/input/event0: 0000 0000 00000000

    volume up
    /dev/input/event0: 0001 0073 00000001
    /dev/input/event0: 0000 0000 00000000
    /dev/input/event0: 0001 0073 00000000
    /dev/input/event0: 0000 0000 00000000

    soft keys
    home
    /dev/input/event1: 0001 0066 00000001
    /dev/input/event1: 0000 0000 00000000
    /dev/input/event1: 0001 0066 00000000
    /dev/input/event1: 0000 0000 00000000

    menu
    /dev/input/event1: 0001 008b 00000001
    /dev/input/event1: 0000 0000 00000000
    /dev/input/event1: 0001 008b 00000000
    /dev/input/event1: 0000 0000 00000000

    back
    /dev/input/event1: 0001 009e 00000001
    /dev/input/event1: 0000 0000 00000000
    /dev/input/event1: 0001 009e 00000000
    /dev/input/event1: 0000 0000 00000000

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