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    Androidiani OpenRecovery 3.3

    Milestone Openrecovery based on the Openrecovery by Skrilax_CZ
    by 89luca89 and Azhad

    With mods for Eclair and Froyo 2.2.1 and CyanogenMod 6

    25/11/2010
    Released Version 3.3
    Downloads - androidiani-openrecovery - Project Hosting on Google Code

    Updated to OpenRecovery 1.46
    Updated to the latest AOSP version (CyanogenMod, FroyoMod, etc.)
    Unified governors and overclocking mods for 2.2.1 roms
    Fixed Keyboard layout bug
    Added Basebands menu

    Inside the Froyo 2.2.1 menu you will find the entry:
    "Install Mods Autostarts - not needed in many roms"
    This is needed for roms that don't autorun /etc/init.d scripts at boot (CyanogenMod in NOT one of this roms)
    Before using this script, try overclock or some other mods, and if they don't work after a reset, you will need to run it

    26/10/2010 Released Version 3.0

    -NEW Based on new OpenRecovery? 1.45 Thanks to Skirlax_CZ
    -USB mass storage mode during recovery added
    -FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH 2.2.1 FROYO
    -NEW ANDROIDIANI THEME
    -Froyo menu updated, with all scripts and libs updated

    15/10/2010
    *Released Version 2.51*

    -NEW- Based on new OpenRecovery 1.43 Thanks to Skirlax_CZ
    -Redone the Froyo Modding Menu, all the Mods are Compatible with ANY Froyo Build now, so with CyanogenMOD,Chronos and MotoFrenzy
    -Added Original OpenRecovery Themes (Now 5 themes are aviable!)

    _Updated WIKI_

    15/10/2010
    *Released Version 2.4*

    Bug fixes
    NEW Camcorder Resolution Menu by 89luca89
    NEW OpenRecovery Themes
    Changed 1,1ghz and 1ghz vsels as many people had problems booting with them

    _Updated WIKI_


    9/10/2010
    *Released Version 2.32*

    Bug fixes

    8/10/2010
    *Released Version 2.31*

    Fixed bug when installing busybox in /bin
    Fixed bug in app2sd menu
    Fixed bug in app2sd script
    Updated KERNEL tuning script
    Added FIRST dark theme (not the official one) just to anyone wants black feel

    _Updated WIKI_

    7/10/2010
    *Released Version 2.3*

    "Application Management" update:

    Added copy apps directly from system to internal memory

    Added "Update all" and "Update" option in Recovery menu

    Added apps data copying to and from Recovery

    Fixed bug when copying data of apps named with -n.apk

    7/10/2010
    *Released Version 2.12*

    Fixed Eclair's mot_boot_mode bug (aka "The stuck M logo of death" )

    6/10/2010
    *Released 2.11*

    Minor bugfix in Pixel Density mod

    5/10/2010
    *Released 2.1*

    Pixel Density mod is now universally compatible with every rom (Eclair and Froyo)

    5/10/2010
    *Released 2.01*

    Some minor bugfixes,
    New Busybox to install,
    New busybox installation in /bin,
    Merged overclock from Motofrenzy/cyano and eclair,
    Merged libs,
    Added menu-script to motofrenzy,
    Conservative and interactive governor installation to Cyano and Motofrenzy.
    NEW KERNEL OPTIMIZATION SCRIPT in utility one for froyo one for eclair;
    Space Optimization and files cleaned.

    4/10/2010
    *New version, Androidiani OpenRecovery 2.0*

    New "Application Management" Menu, where you can copy and delete application to and from /system/apps, /data/apps (with ext2 apps2sd support), and an app folder in the recovery.
    With that you can:

    Delete system and user apps, with or without data

    Copy apps from internal memory to system

    Copy apps to Recovery

    Copy apps from Recovery to Internal or System memory (i.e. to easely reinstall them from Recovery after a wipe)


    Added Overclock ferquencies to MotoFrenzy

    Added Auto OpenRecovery at boot for Froyo

    Various bug fixes



    the project page: androidiani-openrecovery - Project Hosting on Google Code
    The wiki page: Wiki Pages - androidiani-openrecovery - Project Hosting on Google Code

    To this link, the complete explanation of the Functions of the recovery, and the features:
    AndroidianiOpenRecovery - androidiani-openrecovery - Project Hosting on Google Code

    Hope you like this!
    This project is an idea of me and Azhad! So credits to him creating also the froyo menu (I created the eclair one)
    Thx and credits to Skrilax_CZ for creating the amazing OpenRecovery wich this is based off
    Last edited by 89luca89; 11-25-2010 at 11:49 AM.

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    May be I am vrong, but memhack just move dalvikcache from data partirion to cache partition.
    If i uderstand correctly in CyanogenMod dalvikcache alredy in cahe partition.
    So looks like memhack is not neded in the recovery menu.

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    Nadlabak forgot to instert memhack in his build, so Azhad created a script to implement it, simple :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 89luca89 View Post
    Nadlabak forgot to instert memhack in his build, so Azhad created a script to implement it, simple :-)
    89luca89,
    Sorry, something still unclear for me. I have CyanogenMod installed on my Milestone and did not applied memhack, however dalvik-cache directory alredy lockated in /cache. Does it means that I need to do some additional actions with dalvik-cache to be "true" memhack?
    And two more questions. Your recovery is based on OpenRecovery 1.42, however only version 1.37 is public (at least on tjis forum). What is the change log for 1.42? And where to get 1.42?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex469 View Post
    89luca89,
    Sorry, something still unclear for me. I have CyanogenMod installed on my Milestone and did not applied memhack, however dalvik-cache directory alredy lockated in /cache. Does it means that I need to do some additional actions with dalvik-cache to be "true" memhack?
    And two more questions. Your recovery is based on OpenRecovery 1.42, however only version 1.37 is public (at least on tjis forum). What is the change log for 1.42? And where to get 1.42?
    Yep to have a true memhack you have to use my openrecovery and my script

    For thr 1.42 early leack you have to ask 89luca89, I have nothing to do with it

    [MENTION=2593521]moderators[/MENTION] : this topic should be moved to Motorola Milestone ROMS

    Sent from my Milestone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azhad View Post
    For thr 1.42 early leack you have to ask 89luca89, I have nothing to do with it
    It's not a leak. It's on gitorious and it's "current development version". Not really recommending using it as a base version for a mod - some bugs might occur.

    However if in this mod you're playing with the startup scripts when booting normally you can add the "autoreboot to OR" script, so you don't have to press the "apply update.zip" every time when booting to recovery. However it's a hack atm and will prevent automatic applying of OTA updates.
    Last edited by Skrilax_CZ; 10-01-2010 at 05:59 PM.

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    nice job guys

    Skrilax_CZ : As 1.42 was never really made public (eventho its @ and-developers already) any reason you havent 'officialy' released it ?
    Some bugs we should be aware of before using ?

    Also 89luca89 & Azhad would be great if you guys could post ( at least some ) change logs from 1.37 to 1.42 , my understanding was that there is a way to make the 1.42 recovery 'persistant' sort of speak

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    Changelog is in the gitorious with the source. The 1.37 -> 1.42 changes are here:

    Code:
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    Version 1.42
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    Features
    - possibility to automatically boot into OpenRecovery on Milestone (see INSTALL) when rebooting into the recovery
    - deleting a nandroid backup has now confirmation dialog
    
    Changes
    - allows spaces in nandroid folder names, scripts and updates
    - nandroid will automatically determine the format regardless of the directory
    - envirmental variables changed
    - removed command handling in "full" version
    - removed scriptrunner script to run the menu scripts; handled in the binary now
    
    Bugfixes
    - running a script is now like calling system function in C; fixes quotes issues inside arguments
    - terminal variables are now exported only into OpenRecovery terminal
    
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    Version 1.40
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    Features
    - terminal colors customizable for OR console
    - themes can be changed from menu (the name is in file /res.*/name)
    
    Changes
    - terminfo
    - different handling of keyboard mapping script 
    - menu title can now have different color (see ui.prop for stock theme)
    - several more escape characters for OR console implemented
    
    Bugfixes
    - console escape sequence parsing debugging fixed
    - minor fixes
    Not really bugs I'm aware of now - just the hack I mentioned above and things I haven't done yet in the "vanilla" OR
    Last edited by Skrilax_CZ; 10-01-2010 at 06:06 PM.

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    the bootscript is here indeed

    Many thx again Skilax for you OpenRecovry development

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    Hi all, I'm completely new to modding phones and was hoping for a pointer from someone here...

    Is there is step by step for people like me to install open recovery to my Milestone? I'm trying to follow this guide: AndroidianiOpenRecovery - androidiani-openrecovery - Project Hosting on Google Code, but I can't seem to get to the 'Eclair modding menu' (the very first step... pathetic I know).

    Is there another step-by-step that someone can point me to? I have no idea if I need to wipe out my phone, get a special program that installs all this, etc. BUT I'm very eager to get this mod installed, so any help is much appreciated!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 89luca89 View Post
    the bootscript is here indeed
    "Install RecoveryBoot" option is in Eclaire modding menu.
    Will it work on CyanogenMod?

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    Not now, Im working in new version that standardize all scripts to work everywhere :-)

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    I just got a 32Gb Class4 Micro SD for my Milestone, but when i try to split it using this OR, it shows that the location 31900 is out of the device /dev/block/mmcblk0.

    I changed the app2sd script trying to make de location to be "inside the device" i decreased the final number to 31800(error), 700, 600 and 500 ( error too) when 31400, the creation of ext2 partition never ends....

    May my SD be damaged?? is brand new
    ANYONE can help me???
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    Quote Originally Posted by romabr View Post
    I just got a 32Gb Class4 Micro SD for my Milestone, but when i try to split it using this OR, it shows that the location 31900 is out of the device /dev/block/mmcblk0.

    ANYONE can help me???
    Are you sure that is a real 32gb sdcard?

    Open the terminal and do this commands:

    su
    cp /sdcard/OpenRecovery/app2sd/bin/parted /data/parted
    chmod 755 /data/parted
    /data/parted -s /dev/block/mmcblk0 print

    And tell me what it say


    Sent from my Milestone

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    this terminal is in motofrenzy or in the recovery menu??

    I'm totally newby in scripting and all this... the only code i know is html and similars....

    if u could be more specific on that u can PM me...
    thanx

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