ClockworkMod Recovery Touch Review on Galaxy Nexus!

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Want a really cool way to install new ROMs? ClockworkMod Recovery “Touch” is now available for many Android smartphones including a rooted Galaxy Nexus.

How to install ClockworkMod Recovery Touch?

Get the paid version of ROM Manager off the Market and you should see an option to install at the bottom of the menus.

My thoughts on the ClockworkMod Recovery Touch?

It’s simply awesome, you get the same thing as before but with touchscreen controls so you don’t have to mess with your Volume buttons to find a file and also scroll with multi-touch gestures.

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5 Responses to ClockworkMod Recovery Touch Review on Galaxy Nexus!

  1. ahmed elkady says:

    i’m using cm9 nightlys on my galaxy nexus. i tried using my otg cable to connect a mouse, it wont work. any thoughts?

    thanks in advanced

  2. Ben says:

    I installed the ClockworkMod Recovery Touch on my Galaxy Nexus. Then I installed LiquidSmooth ROM v1.4. This recovery made that installation so much easier and quicker. It was so quick the next thing I know the phone was rebooting. For me most of the trouble installing roms was in recovery. With this recovery I just touch what I need. I had zero trouble with it. I love it. I can’t wait to install another rom.

  3. Chuck says:

    Thanks so much for all the resources on this site, they really help me take full charge of my phone! I have a question though. Where are my backups saved when I use CWM? I can access sdcard/clockwordmod/backup but that folder is empty. CWM gives me an option to restore from any backup I have made but I can’t find them anywhere on the phone. Also, how do I delete backups? As i make more of them, my phone’s storage is decreasing quickly. I can’t seem to find a way to delete the backups, especially since I can’t find them.

    • deb says:

      I hope, this is of no use to u now, probably might have changed your system. Anyways, the files could be accessed by enabling the read/write option of the explorer, for instance if you are using ES explorer. Slide the bar to get into settings and enable the read/write options and that lets you select files and delete them.

  4. deb says:

    Repeated backups keep shortening the memory, you can delete them by accessing the storage location in settings and checking the miscellaneous folder and deleting the saved files and then backing up again.

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