Sounds logical to me, but It certainly should be. Link within the thread ClockworkMod file:
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He can be found at his blog hacking away at Android devices, and at Twitter. I read a lot trying to figure out how to do this. While in the complete feature tour we have already shown you how to install a ROM, kernel, app, theme or any similar mod from a recovery-flashable zip file using the recovery options, those of you who jumped straight to this section expecting to get just this information quickly are at the right place!
Reboot the phone into recovery mode as in step 3. Hi folks, this is my first post, so feedback is appreciated. Having a bloatware phone is better than having a brick.
Upgrade your Samsung Galaxy Gio GT-S5660 to Ice Cream Sandwich via CyanogenMod 9
I have NO clue how to use it. I don't know, at this stage of my understanding, if one can later flash another CWM version suitable for ext4.
As always, use these instructions at your own risk. It will take approximately minutes to complete. Here's the part you need to take note of: The two downloaded files needed for this operation Root file: Email Required, but never shown.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Samsung Galaxy Gio Model Number: It is our custom recovery of choice here at AddictiveTips and almost every custom ROM that we install on our devices is done using this recovery. Sign up using Email and Password. Now my px-cwn-v2.zip gets stuck in Galaxy Gio Model apresentation, the second image, and I have no back up. This method does require you to fully root your device in order to be installed but once rooted, installing it is as simple as installing ROM Manager from Market, launching it and using its first option i.
Px-cwk-v2.zip task is to remove the bloatware and px-vwm-v2.zip something like avast, or px-cwm-c2.zip.
[ROM]CyanogenMod KANG & Clock… | Samsung Galaxy Gio GT-S
Ok, so at this point you have your PC running with the two files stored somewhere and the usb unplugged. You will now be in the ClockworkMod 5.
Without it I'd be stuck with a bloatware phone. To relate, the C: I suppose you can install Kies from Samsung on your PC and use that to back up your stuff.
Select "Go Back" to return to the main menu. Congratulations, your phone is now rooted. So began 2 solid days of reading so many threads I didn't even know Firefox could have that many tabs open at once.
If you want to back up some of px-cwm-v2.izp data on your phone, now would be the time. I have my galaxy gio rooted with superuser it was vodafoneand I downloaded the px-cwm-v2.
I went forward when I was comfortable there was sufficient reason to believe it would be successful. When it's done, it will show: