This is a discussion on clockwork recovery issue within the Nexus One Development & Hacking forums, part of the Nexus One category; Originally Posted by pauli Still might switch to Amon as I was happy with it on my old hero :-) Very impressed with the N1 ...
They're on your phone's system
Use Root Explorer and follow the paths, if there, you need to tap on Mount R/W at top of screen to delete. Then remount as R/O.
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Oh, definitely get shot of CW Recovery - I put the latest RA on and everything just works properly.
Also flashed CM 6.1.1. and my screen jitters have all but gone - only occurred once in the last 24 hours whereas with the stock 2.2.1 ROM I was getting issues every few minutes.
I was having the same problem Johno. Danger Rat recommended I switch to an older version of CWM Recovery. He suggested 18.104.22.168 and it has worked flawlessly for me ever since. I lik RM. It'as simple and easy.
Thanks dudewithaplan. I will do likewise and see what happens. For interest's sake, I found this explanation for the different CW versions and why there may be problems.
[NOTICE] ClockworkMod Recovery 3.0+ and update-script - xda-developers
Or you could always just switch to Amon RA that is the first thing I'm doing when I get my phone fixed.
K, something weird...
I just had the easiest upgrade experience ever but I'm just waiting for something bad to happen. I had an issue with RomManager so I booted to CW recovery myself, erased the cache (not data) and installed Rod's MIUI 2.9 - I was running 2.7.1 previously. The system came back up with all my apps installed as I left them, including LP+. They all seem to be working fine.
I know it's a new ROM because there was a typo in the old menu that's fixed and I see new menu items. Is this type of upgrade normal? I've always gone through the pain of a full wipe then restoring everything with Titanium and it takes a while to get back to normal. Maybe because I was upgrading within the same ROM family, I got away with it??
Depends on how similar the ROMs are really...
I know a lot of people just wipe cache and dalvik when updating to a newer version of the same ROM. If you ever start getting errors, or weird behavior, you can always boot back into recover and wipe again...