How to flash CWM Recovery Touch on Android [Guide]

How to flash CWM Recovery Touch on Android [Guide]

Hey guyz,

I’m back with a new tutorial for all you android users out there.

I have found that many people use CWM (ClockWorkMod) Recovery and want to upgrade it to Touch. Though their is a simpler way if you are not willing to buy the Touch Recovery from ROM Manager App by the same company as you would have to upgrade to Premium for it.

First and foremost, this is perfectly LEGAL and you must have a Rooted phone. Also this is one of the few recovery flashing apps that is Free and supports a lot of Android devices.

[Supported Devices]

—– [TWRP & CWM] —–
-Nexus One (passion)
-Nexus S (crespo/crespo4g)
-Galaxy Nexus (maguro/toro/toroplus)
-Nexus 4 (mako)
-Nexus 7 (grouper/tilapia)
-Nexus 10 (manta)
-Asus Transformer Infinity (ft700t)
-HTC HD2 (leo)
-HTC Desire HD (ace)
-HTC Desire S (saga)
-HTC Sensation (pyramid)
-HTC Fireball (fireball)
-HTC Incredible S (vivo)
-HTC Incredible 2 (vivow)
-HTC EVO (supersonic/CDMA)
-HTC Evo 4G LTE (jewel)
-HTC One V (primou)
-HTC One S (ville/villec2)
-HTC One X (endeavoru)
-HTC One XL (evita)
-HTC Butterfly (dlxub1)
-HTC Droid DNA (dlx)
-HTC ONE GSM (m7/m7ul/m7wls/m7spr)
-Motorola Atrix 4G (olympus)
-Oppo Find5 (find5/x909)
-Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-I9505/jflte/xx/spr/can/att/usc/ja3g)
-Samsung Galaxy S2 LTE (skyrocket)
-Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (p4notewifi/n8013)
-Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE (t0lte/tmo/att/can/vzw)
-Samsung Galaxy SIII (i9300/d2att/d2tmo/d2vzw/d2spr)
-Samsung Galaxy SIII Mini (golden)
-Samsung Galaxy Mini II (jena)
-Sony Xperia Z (C6603)
-LG Optiomus G (geeb/geebhrc)
-LG GT540 Optimus (swift)
-LG G2X (p999)
-LG P990 OPTIMUS 2X/SPEED (p990)
-LG Optimus Black (p970)
-ZTE Sequence (warp2)
—– [CWM only] —–
-Samsung Galaxy SII (i9100/i9100G)
-Samsung Galaxy S2 AT&T (SGH-I777/SGH-I727)
-Samsung Galaxy Note (n7000)
-Samsung Galaxy Note II (n8000)
-Samsung GalaxyS Captivate (SGH-I897)
-Samsung Galaxy S (i9000/M/T/galaxys/galaxysmtd)
-Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (GT-P3113)
-Motorola Droid (sholes)
-Motorola Droid2 (droid2/droid2we)
-Motorola XOOM (stingray/wingray)
-LG Optimus HD X4 (x3)
-HTC G2 (vision)
-HTC Hero (hero)
-HTC Desire (bravo)
-HTC One X+ (enrc2)
-HTC Butterfly J (dlxj)
-ZTE Blade (blade)
—– [TWRP only] —–
-Asus Google Nexus 7 2013 (flo)
-Sony Xperia S(nozomi/LT30p)
-Sony Xperia Play(mint/LT26i)
-Kindle Fire HD 7" (tate)
-Samsung Galaxy S4 (Google Play Edition/jgedlte)
—– [CUSTOM only] —–
-Acer A700 (picasso_m)
-ASUS Transformer Pad (TF300T)
-Samsung Galaxy S II Duos (SCH-i929)
-Samsung Epic 4G Touch (SPH-D710)
-Samsung Galaxy S4 (ja3g)
-Samsung Galaxy Exhibit (ancora_tmo)
-Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Plus (p6200)
-HTC First (mystul)
-HTC Flyer (flyer)
-HTC Desire SV (magnids)
-Huawei U9508 (hwu9508)
-Huawei Ascend P1 (u9200)
-Huawei C8813 (hwc8813)
-Huawei C8812E (c8812e)
-Motorola Milestone XT720 (sholest)
-Motorola Droid X (shadow/cdma_shadow)
-Motorola RAZR M (scorpion_mini)
-LG Optimus One CDMA (thuderc)
-LG Optimus Elite (m3s)
-LG Optimus Me (pecan)
-LG Connect 4G (cayman)
-LG F100S (batman_skt)
-Motorola Droid RAZR (spyder/cdma_spyder)
-Motorola DROID RAZR HD (vanquish)
-Motorola Xoom UMTS (everest)
-Vestel Mevlana (mevlana)
*ALL MTD Devices*
1). Download and install the Android App from Playstore – Its free: [Root] Recovery Tools – Flasher
2). Download the Recovery (CWM provides it freely for the supported devices here)
3). After the has installed. Just move the recovery to you "Internal Storage".
4). Flash the IMG using the "Flash other Recovery" option and search for the IMG file. (Example recovery-clockwork-touch-
5). Follow the onscreen instructions and you are done.

NOTE: Moderators please move this Thread to the proper Sub-forum. My apologies for any inconvenience.

Disclaimer: I’m not responsible if you brick your phone. This is just a way I found to FLASH IMG files directly without the hectic procedure of having them TARRED and using ODIN and a PC. Also, check for your device, if it is supported then use this method.

If I have helped then, please kindly click the Thanks button, as it takes hours setting up and writing a guide and only a few seconds to say thanks.

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