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[RECOVERY] Build CWM 3.2.0.1 and future version

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Introduction

The reason I am creating this post is because you do find a lot of mistakes on how to build CWM 3.2.0.1. This guide will work for CWM 3.2.0.1 and any future version. There is a file 1gb_clockwork-3.2.0.1-eyeballer.img. This is a prebuild CWM 3.2.0.1 image. If you decide to use this file, you can skip this guide.

ClockworkMod Recovery changelog - http://forum.xda-dev...ad.php?t=971197

Prerequisite

  • Download ClockworkMod Recovery 3.0.2.8. Pick the appropriate file size xxgb_clockwork-3.0.2.8.img.gz. The file size is the amount of space ClockworkMod Recovery will allocate on your sd card regardless its capacity.
  • Download the updated ClockworkMod Recovery Image from Rom Manager. From the "Device Name" Nook Color, click the column "Download Recovery." As of 10/12/2011, the file name is recovery-clockwork-3.2.0.1-encore.img.

CWM 3.0.2.8 build

  1. Extract xxgb_clockwork-3.0.2.8.img.gz
  2. Write the xxgb_clockwork-3.0.2.8.img to the SD card:

Windows

1. Due to Windows not having the ability to write images to drives, you will need
to accomplish this. Latest version should be fine.

2. Insert the SD card you are going to use to write the xxgb_clockwork-3.0.2.8.img image to.

3. Open win32DiskImager.

4. Select the downloaded & extracted xxgb_clockwork-3.0.2.8.img image with the folder button.

5. Select the drive letter for the SD card.

6. Write the xxgb_clockwork-3.0.2.8.img image.

Linux

1. Insert the SD card you are going to use to write the uNooter image to.

2. On the computer, open up terminal and navigate the directory where the extracted uNooter image is located.

3. Once in the same directory as the uNooter image, type the following commands:

umount /dev/
<sdcard>

NOTE:
<sdcard>
is the device file associated with the SD card, e.g. sdc.

dd if=xxgb_clockwork-3.0.2.8.img of=/dev/<sdcard> bs=1M

Mac OS X

1. Insert the SD card you are going to use to write the uNooter image to.

2. On the computer, open up terminal and navigate the directory where the extracted uNooter image is located.

3. Once in the same directory as the uNooter image, type the following commands:

diskutil list

NOTE:
This will help you identify the SD card. Make sure it is the SD card & not one of the hard drives of the computer.

diskutil unmountDisk /dev/
<sdcard>

NOTE:
<sdcard>
is the device file associated with the SD card, e.g. disk2.

dd if=
xxgb_clockwork-3.0.2.8.img
of=/dev/<sdcard> bs=1m

CWM 3.0.2.8 -> CWM 3.2.0.1

At this point you have a bootable CWM 3.0.2.8 sd card. So to get a CWM 3.2.0.1, you will need to move 2 files from recovery-clockwork-3.2.0.1-encore.img into your sd card.

  1. Open recovery-clockwork-3.2.0.1-encore.img with WinRAR and extract "kernel" and "ramdisk-recovery.ub"
  2. Rename "kernel" to "uImage" and "ramdisk-recovery.ub" to "uRamdisk"
  3. Move those 2 files on your CWM 3.0.2.8 sd card and accept the overwrite.
  4. At this point you have a CWM 3.2.0.1

This guide will work for creating CWM 3.2.0.1 and future version.

Edited by mr_chen

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Dear Mr. Chen,

I have installed cwm 3.0, cm7.1 and gapps 20110828. No matter what I do I cannot get the market on my nook color. Any suggestions?

Thanks

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I have installed cwm 3.0, cm7.1 and gapps 20110828. No matter what I do I cannot get the market on my nook color. Any suggestions?

Suggestion 1

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Install the Android Market apk, http://lts.cr/BDW_. Just download it and open the file on your Nook Color. It's not a spyware. The file came from here, http://www.androidpolice.com/2011/11/01/download-android-market-3-3-11-adds-new-settings-default-auto-update-update-over-wi-fi-only-shortcuts-and-more/

Suggestion 2

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Backup your settings and apps with Titanium Backup.

1. Make sure you have CWM 3.2.0.1 installed on your sd card. The easiest way to do is to use 1gb_clockwork-3.2.0.1-eyeballer.img, http://tinyw.in/0Vw.

2. Put gapps-gb-20110828 on your sd card

3. When you are booting into CWM, do a "wipe data/factory reset." You can try to appy gapps-gb-20110828.

I don't know if it will fix your problem. Post again if you have a problem.

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