[RECOVERY] Clockwork Recovery Test Image for Haipad M701 4GB (HY)

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  1. fun

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    here is test recovery images for recent M701/M1001 4GB model (HY),
    http://teamtelechips.naobsd.org/experimental/test/

    I don't have both so completely untested. no warranty.

    recovery.MODEL-MMDD.img is clockworkmod recovery.
    recovery.img is official recovery extracted from official firmware(tcc8900_mtd.img).
     
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    Hi fun!
    Just to confirm my suspicion i flashed the m701 HY 4G recovery image to my m701 2GB.
    All it gave me was a corrupted 'android' screen and got stuck there.
    so no comon recovery file for both versions :'(

    Thank you for your work!

    (btw, is it possible to unpack these updates and adopt them for the old NAND chips or is there more different in the new models?)
     
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    Has anyone with a 4gb M701R successfully installed the Clockwork recovery mod? I can not get it installed. Everything seems to work fine, up until 'reboot recovery' and it just reboots normally.
     
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    Hm.... Also try adb reboot recovery? The recovery image should be compatible (especially the one built by naobsd. always has worked in the past).
     
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    SilentKnight may i ask if the new firmwares are android 2.2 ?
    because some people seem to refere to it as 2.2 and with the beta 2.2 release for the 2gb model i could not install clockworkmod too,
    it was the same effect you describe. the install seems to work fine, then the 'reboot recovery' is a normal reboot.
     
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    Nope, I am on Android 2.1.

    Does anyone know if there are any 'obvious' steps that I a missing? .. this is what I am doing..

    USB cable in, debug mode on, power cord plugged (and unplugged)..
    adb push recovery.M701-0111.img /nand/recovery.M701-0111.img
    adb shell sync
    adb shell flash_image recovery /nand/recovery.M701-0111.img
    adb shell sync
    adb reboot recovery (and adb shell reboot recovery)
     
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    Perhaps run dd on mtdblock6 (or whatever recovery is) and verify that the partition is checked.

    Otherwise, I am not sure how to backtrace this error. When you run adb reboot recovery or adb shell reboot recovery, open up cat /proc/kmsg and a logcat in a separate window.
     
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    is there a recovery mode after a mint untempered firmware install?
     
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    I reflashed a stock firmware and tried reboot recovery, and it just rebooted normally. I am guessing this is not typical behavior?

    I also tried the cat and logcat commands, I had 3 cmd prompts open did reboot recovery in 1 and ran the other commands in the other, but there was too much information and I did not see anything that stood out. logcat, just provided some information, and the very second I entered reboot recovery on the other window, the logcat window provided no further information.
     
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    No, that is not the way old m701 did it =(
    we had a minimal recovery console that allowed to flash a 'update.zip' from the SD card if i recal it right.
    but that was gone in the (official) 2.2 firmwares.

    So probably there is simply no jump to a recovery option inside the boot sequence. *just a guess*
     
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    Confirmed, I tried both (clockwork and official), but always reboot on android normally, not recovery.
    Device is HaiPad M701-R (4 GB, HY, non BT, #186)
     
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    Thank you fun_
    Still not working for me

    I've a M701-R, HY, 4 GB, #186

    on ADB:
    adb push recovery.M701-0111.img /nand/recovery.M701-0111.img
    adb shell sync
    adb shell flash_image recovery /nand/recovery.M701-0111.img
    adb shell sync
    adb reboot recovery (and adb shell reboot recovery)

    but reboot normally in Android
    also push the official recovery but only I can get normal boot
    Re-flased again with FW20110111, and after the fresh flash stil I can,t boot on ofiicial or cw recovery.

    cat /proc/mtd show this:

    # cat /proc/mtd
    cat /proc/mtd
    dev: size erasesize name
    mtd0: 00a00000 00200000 "boot"
    mtd1: 00600000 00200000 "kpanic"
    mtd2: 09600000 00200000 "system"
    mtd3: 00400000 00200000 "splash"
    mtd4: 02800000 00200000 "cache"
    mtd5: 12000000 00200000 "userdata"
    mtd6: 00a00000 00200000 "recovery"
    mtd7: 00200000 00200000 "misc"
    mtd8: 00200000 00200000 "tcc"
    #

    UPDATE:

    I didn't keep the (O) button before
    Pressing the button during the boot process, now the CW recovery works! Perfect!
    Thanks to -Mr- & fun_
     
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    What process did you use to boot into CW recovery?

    Edit: Nevermind i got it. this is what i did
    Hold the Back button (labeled as menu), switch the on/off switch to on, then press the round button next to the screen then press the back button again and hold the round button.
     
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    Front menu button pressed during the boot proccess, until you get the recovery menu screen (splash, wait => droid logo in left upper corner, wait => recovery menu screen, OK)
     

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