Cannot Access Recovery Mode

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    You'll have to root again, unless your bootloader is unlocked?

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    It is unlocked.

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    Then your going to need to reroot you phone so you can reflash clockwork mod then you can go ahead and flash new ROMs and such.

    EDIT: danger you seam to have beat me to it

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    Have you tried using fastboot to install a recovery?
    You can't reboot the phone, because on a stock ROM, that will restore the stock recovery...

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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    Have you tried using fastboot to install a recovery?
    You can't reboot the phone, because on a stock ROM, that will restore the stock recovery...

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    Sounds good............uhh...........How?

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    Move your downloaded recovery image into the same folder on your computer as your fastboot binary.
    Connect in fastboot, and type:
    fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

    (recovery.img is the file name of the recovery you have, so use the right file name that you have it saved as..)

    DO NOT FLASH CLOCKWORK 3.x

    Don't reboot, because you will lose your recovery. Instead, boot into recovery from the on phone menu, then install your new ROM via the recovery (wipe first).

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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    Move your downloaded recovery image into the same folder on your computer as your fastboot binary.
    Connect in fastboot, and type:
    fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

    (recovery.img is the file name of the recovery you have, so use the right file name that you have it saved as..)

    DO NOT FLASH CLOCKWORK 3.x

    Don't reboot, because you will lose your recovery. Instead, boot into recovery from the on phone menu, then install your new ROM via the recovery (wipe first).

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    Will try that. Right now I'm looking at the triangle with exclamation point and the droid on my phone. Should I wait for that to clear itself or remove battery and follow your steps?

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    You can get to the stock recovery menu by holding volume up and power at the same time...

    Shut down the phone, and reboot into the bootloader (fastboot screen). You can pull the battery if it's easier, it may corrupt your data, but since you plan on flashing a new ROM anyway...

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    entered command prompt screen and located device. entered in fastboot recovery recovery-RA-passion-v2.2.1. the response i got was fastboot is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

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    That's because you haven't navigated to the same folder as fastboot...

    Download this file, and place it in the same folder as your fastboot binary. Double click the file, and a cmd prompt will open. Type commands in there...
    http://db.tt/aVW40cy

    You are on windows, right?

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