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    Default Modified CWMrecovery for Odin (DJ05/DL09) Plus new root instructions (Updated 1/15)

    Folks, I modified the Odin package that installs clockwork recovery so that it *should* work on any future versions without reflashing kernels, and without rooting your device.

    This provides a nice way of rooting your device, because as long as you have the cwm update.zip on your sdcard (at the base) and this Odin flashed, you can root your device by merely installing ChainsDD's superuser package via clockwork recovery.

    Odinhttp://www.mediafire.com/?qzcq15423z9i1g7
    http://adrynalyne.us/files/odin/Odin3v1.3.exe

    The Odin package:
    http://adrynalyne.us/files/odin/CWMR...5_DL09.tar.md5


    ChainsDD's superuser
    [APP] Superuser 2.3.6.1 - Now on the Market [2010-09-05] - xda-developers
    (you want the ef version)

    My modified ChainsDD superuser +busybox package
    http://adrynalyne.us/files/odin/su-2...usybox1.19.zip


    update.zip to use with clockwork (goes on base of sd card)
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2056318/update.zip

    If this update.zip gives you trouble, please get it from the source. You will need to rename this file to update.zip.
    http://koush.tandtgaming.com/recover...-fascinate.zip

    Simply flash the Odin, boot to recovery, apply update.zip and load the superuser package. Done and done. No rage exploit, no fighting with one click methods.


    Or, if you are feeling adventurous, you can try Clockwork Recovery RED, which works 100 times better, but has not been heavily tested with non-voodoo installs. It should be ok though.

    http://adrynalyne.us/files/odin/CWMR...09_RED.tar.md5

    This method requires ONLY this Odin method. You do not need update.zip unless using rom manager. Credit jt1134 and supercurio for Red cwm. Credit to squash/times-infinity for the idea


    Note to Stock Users
    I have found that the stock Samsung kernel is very sneaky and replaces clockwork on the next reboot...it seems to be most common with those who have updated using Verizon's OTA updates. Odin users usually do not see the issue and hence, was tough to track down.
    So to alleviate this, please add an extra option to your list of things to do. On FIRST boot into clockwork recovery, please flash your appropriate kernel of choice. For simplicity, I have added a rather plain kernel (non-voodoo) for those who may want to flash their choice of kernel later. This must be done for those who have this problem, no matter if clockwork is red or green.

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    DJ05_DL09_kernel.zip
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    OMFG thanks!
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    I will definitely try this with my wifes Fascinate.
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    I am also uploading a modified superuser package with busybox. That should pretty much set things up.
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    Can't wait to try this out. I lost haptic feedback and vibration after dl09 update via odin and cwm flash. Thanks
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    Now keep in mind this won't give you haptic feedback back, if you already flashed with the old cwmrecovery.tar. That will require a kernel flash of DJ05 or higher.
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    I don't know WTF Samsung/Verizon can't be as fast as Adrynalyne haha.
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    Can anyone recommend a stable DJ05 Kernel. what's the easiest way to flash?
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    He doesn't have layers upon layers of corporate red tape to deal with.

    Already dealt with the issue by installing another kernel, but thanks still.
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    Excellent work again. Thanks for all you do!
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    I found the stock DL09 Kernal and flashed that. I got the haptic feedback and vibration back...just in case if someone was having the same issue:http://forum.androidcentral.com/show...d=1#post532297
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cory Streater View Post
    I don't know WTF Samsung/Verizon can't be as fast as Adrynalyne haha.
    Amen to that Thanks again Adrynalyne
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    Personally, I HATE green clockwork recovery. I am going to try some experiments tonight before bed and see if I can get red going, without converting anyone to voodoo.

    times_infinity/squash from IRC gave me some great tips.
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    I flashed the kernel from this thread to fix the haptic feedback and bluetooth, they both work now. Now booting into clockwork recovery does not work. I boot to normal recovery and can not get to clockwork to back up my rom now. It booted fine until I applied the dl09 kernel, any ideas what I need to do to fix this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan82680 View Post
    I flashed the kernel from this thread to fix the haptic feedback and bluetooth, they both work now. Now booting into clockwork recovery does not work. I boot to normal recovery and can not get to clockwork to back up my rom now. It booted fine until I applied the dl09 kernel, any ideas what I need to do to fix this.
    Try going to rom manager and hitting the flash clockwork recovery. and also you can hit back up my rom from rom manager aswell

    oh did you try the new update.zip that he mentions in the OP?
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    could someone spell the steps out for me, and probably others?

    i was stock dl01. just odin'd a few days ago adryn's dl09.

    thank you...from many people im sure. and i will definitely buy beers.
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    ha. did more searching in the meantime and found this. hope it helps others.

    Rooting the Fascinate Regardless of OS Version - xda-developers
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    Quote Originally Posted by phatmhat View Post
    could someone spell the steps out for me, and probably others?

    i was stock dl01. just odin'd a few days ago adryn's dl09.

    thank you...from many people im sure. and i will definitely buy beers.
    So use these directions to flash via odin,(but dont use the the DL09 or DI01 downloads on that page as they will bring you to stock)
    http://forum.androidcentral.com/fasc...-via-odin.html

    But Use this file provided
    The Odin package:
    http://adrynalyne.us/files/odin/CWMR...5_DL09.tar.md5

    After you have flashed download this from the market
    ChainsDD's superuser
    [APP] Superuser 2.3.6.1 - Now on the Market [2010-09-05] - xda-developers
    (you want the ef version)

    After that is done, download this file and put it to the root of your SD card
    My modified ChainsDD superuser +busybox package
    http://adrynalyne.us/files/odin/su-2...usybox1.19.zip


    Also download this and put to the root of your SD card
    update.zip to use with clockwork (goes on base of sd card)
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2056318/update.zip

    Now once you have flashed odin (use link i posted to walk you through it) and you have downloaded everything and put the last to files to the base of your SD card.
    Reboot into recovery>VOL up+VOL dwn+ power, you will see the samsung logo cycle twice, on the second time let go and press VOL dwn.

    this will take you into Recovery , using the vol down button scroll to apply sdcard:update.zip

    this will take you into a green recovery screen which is clockwork recovery.

    From here using the vol keys scroll to install zip from SD card , use the power or back button to select.

    scroll down till you see su-2.3.6.1+busybox1.19.zip again using the power or back button

    then again scroll down and select yes, this will install the zip

    once its down scroll down and select go back

    then select reboot.

    you should be done and rooted

    Good luck
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    Red clockwork recovery Odin added to first post. Does NOT require voodoo, but is experimental.
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    Question (just cause I'm curious). If you're rooted and wanted a custom ROM such as adrynalyne's latest for DL09, could you just use stock (blue) recovery if you renamed the file update.zip and placed it in /sdcard? What's the benefit of flashing CWM (red or green) besides more options and ability to use other than base of sdcard?

    Or, if already rooted, simply download the latest rom and install via ROM manager from SD card.
    Last edited by nigelengr; 01-14-2011 at 07:35 PM. Reason: additional question
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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelengr View Post
    Question (just cause I'm curious). If you're rooted and wanted a custom ROM such as adrynalyne's latest for DL09, could you just use stock (blue) recovery if you renamed the file update.zip and placed it in /sdcard? What's the benefit of flashing CWM (red or green) besides more options and ability to use other than base of sdcard?
    To be honest i have never tried doing it straight from recovery, but off the top of my head i can think of a couple problems with it

    if you have to rename the update.zip file every time it would probably be a pain to have multiple rom;s i would be annoyed having to rename files every other day to change the roms.
    and
    there is no nandroid backup available from native recovery

    file management is pretty big one for me, as i flash new roms every other day and having nandroid backups is a life saver, being able to select roms and kernels and flash them without having to rename a file everytime....

    not to mention the other options
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    recovery (2e) requires Samsung signed update.zip files. It will not work for us.
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    Appreciate it. Have done the whole process successfully back on DJ05, as I've been learning more, it spurred a question. Thought about the multiple ROM issue, but didn't think about nandroid backups. The file management is a big benefit.
    However, only running signed update.zip's puts the whole thing out of the question. Really appreciate the school session. Great stuff, as always from you guys.
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    This worked great! I flashed clockwork via Odin (had to bootcamp my mac to do so) after I received the DL09 OTA update and lost haptic feedback. Used Adrynalyne's method and everything is back in order and rooted. Nice!
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    I just found out I have Recovery (2e) on my phone. I can't install the update.zip, it keeps failing. How do I install the update.zip with this?
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