The Android ecosystem is coded beautifully and provides a huge collection of apps that one can use. But the most amazing thing with the Android world is that, one can easily root one’s Android device and get much more interesting stuff. The Android owners can easily ditch the stock ROM and move on to popular custom ROMs like CyanogenMod. But installing custom ROMs need root access to that Android device.
Rooting a particular Android device can be really easy, provided you have the necessary guide. You can easily root your Android device by doing a simple search on Larry Page’s most favorite search engine. Just type root guide for <your Android device name with model number> and you’ll results.
Once you root your Android device, you’ll need a custom recovery tool like ClockworkMod Recovery to flash the custom ROM. Custom recovery tools like ClockworkMod Recovery are far better than the stock recovery because the latter enlists many restrictions from the manufacturer and also is much feature-less. This post highlights on how to install ClockworkMod Recovery on your Android with ease.
Things to Keep in Mind Before Installing ClockworkMod Recovery:
- Make sure that your Android device is rooted.
- Make sure that your Android device has at least 85% charge. Make it 100% just to be on the safe side.
How to Install ClockworkMod Recovery?
- Install ROM Manager that is available on Google Play.
- Once installed, open it.
- Find the Flash ClockworkMod Recovery and click it. (See image below)
- The app asks you to choose your device model. Make sure that you select the correct model number.
- Once you select, the app will start the installation process. Wait a few minutes. And finally, you have installed ClockworkMod Recovery!
That was pretty easy, right? Now, it’s time to have some fun. Flashing custom ROMs, themes, apps and a lot more becomes easy with ClockworkMod Recovery now. Also, you can take full backup of your Android with Nandroid backup using ClockworkMod Recovery.
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Link: ROM Manager