1. DoubleA319's Avatar
    I successfully rooted my phone a few days ago using the Revolutionary method and flashed ClockworkMod Recovery without a problem. Then I flashed CyanogenMod 7.1.0 again without a problem. I noticed my gps has been having an issue detecting my location so I figured I should flash the nandroid for my stock rooted android 2.3.3 rom and see if the issue still exists. My main problem is that I can't boot into recovery. Apparently I have the latest version of Clockwork. I try to boot into recovery using different methods and I keep ending up at the white screen that says 'Revolutionary' in pink at the top with the 3 skateboarding androids at the bottom. I try to get to recovery from that screen also still with no success. It just reboots into that screen. I was thinking I may have to use the ruu to unroot my Evo (I rather find an alternative solution). Any help would be much appreciated...
    12-22-2011 11:55 AM
  2. eldub1's Avatar
    Can you do it manually?
    12-22-2011 02:15 PM
  3. playaz1's Avatar
    I successfully rooted my phone a few days ago using the Revolutionary method and flashed ClockworkMod Recovery without a problem. Then I flashed CyanogenMod 7.1.0 again without a problem. I noticed my gps has been having an issue detecting my location so I figured I should flash the nandroid for my stock rooted android 2.3.3 rom and see if the issue still exists. My main problem is that I can't boot into recovery. Apparently I have the latest version of Clockwork. I try to boot into recovery using different methods and I keep ending up at the white screen that says 'Revolutionary' in pink at the top with the 3 skateboarding androids at the bottom. I try to get to recovery from that screen also still with no success. It just reboots into that screen. I was thinking I may have to use the ruu to unroot my Evo (I rather find an alternative solution). Any help would be much appreciated...
    here is a 2 minute solution. BOOT INTO ANDROID. DOWNLOAD ROM MANAGER. FLASH THE RECOVERY VIA WIFI AND THEN YOUR GOOD TO GO. YOU'LL HAVE YOUR RECOVERY
    12-22-2011 04:39 PM
  4. DoubleA319's Avatar
    Thanks for the advice. I asked the same question on XDA and received a couple of good answers. I now have TWRP v2 recovery. Here is the link 2 my XDA post
    12-25-2011 01:14 AM
LINK TO POST COPIED TO CLIPBOARD