{New Recovery} Raidzero's Custom SPR-based RZRecovery

This is a discussion on {New Recovery} Raidzero's Custom SPR-based RZRecovery within the Android Rooting forums, part of the Android Development category; gonna give it a run, i've been on SPR forever. I refuse to use clockwork since it created nothing but issues for me. This one ...

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    gonna give it a run, i've been on SPR forever. I refuse to use clockwork since it created nothing but issues for me.

    This one seems like it might just be what I'm looking for. I've held off long enough!

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    I just rooted last night (finally). Should I do this before I do anything else? I'm not sure what I will do as far as Rom. All I've done was OC and must say its like having a new phone!

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    Depends on how you root. Any custom recovery is a must for rooted D1's because it lets you make Nandroid backups -- super backups that restore your phone to the EXACT state it was at, software-wise, when you made the backup.

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    I did the superoneclick from xda. It was really simple. I was looking at the clockwork recovery but now I'm not too sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstafford1 View Post
    You mean old and snarky lol

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    Grumpy snarky either works!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin030908 View Post
    gonna give it a run, i've been on SPR forever. I refuse to use clockwork since it created nothing but issues for me.

    This one seems like it might just be what I'm looking for. I've held off long enough!
    Let me know how this goes for you, Martin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Gyver View Post
    I did the superoneclick from xda. It was really simple. I was looking at the clockwork recovery but now I'm not too sure.

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    Nothing wrong with CW, but unless you're going to use ROM Manager, which we won't get into, there's no advantage to picking CW over RZR. In fact, there are some downsides. RZR, for example, will give you a warning if your battery is too low to flash -- not only that, it will charge from within recovery (which is a first!), so if your battery is low you just let it sit for a while on a charger before flashing.

    That's just one example. This is better, unless you're using ROM Manager. Even then, this is still better, you just have to do stuff manually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwhartman View Post
    Let me know how this goes for you, Martin.
    flashed the update.zip (as I was still running SPRecovery) and it worked flawlessly. I looked around the options in the recovery menu and I liked what I saw. I'm waiting for PE to release their GB ROM before I flash anything new.

    It's basically the same layout as SPR w/ many more options and the ability to change colors. I'm sold on it. It'll be staying on my device unless I run into some major issue with it.

    I say go for it. Def worth the 2 minutes of work

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    I really liked the update.zip method of install. So convenient.

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