Always make a full system backup of your Google Nexus 4. Yes, prevention is better than cure. That’s why my nexus 4 is loaded with ClockworkMod Recovery (CWM) which has Nandroid backup and restore feature. What does Nandroid backup do? Basically, it backup all your system, applications and data (example, SMS, games’ data). It is a must for those who like to try out custom modification, ROM. Because you can easily restore back to your backup copy if anything went wrong. Install CWM on Nexus 4 if you have not do so. And let’s get started…
How to install custom ROM on Samsung Galaxy Note 2 with CWM? (Video)
Don’t like stock firmware on your Samsung Galaxy Note II? Try out latest and greatest custom ROM out there. Most of custom ROMs for Galaxy Note 2 are loaded with latest Android version like Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. And with tweaks, modifications and optimizations. Of course, it is pre-rooted as well too. But before to try out these goodies, make sure that you have make a full system backup with CWM first because custom ROM will replace your existing firmware. So back to the question ~ How to install custom ROM on Samsung Galaxy Note 2 with ClockworkMod Recovery (CWM)?
- ClockworkMod Recovery
- Custom ROM
Please refer to this guide – How to install ClockworkMod Recovery (CWM) on Samsung Galaxy Note 2? (Video) to get CWM installed. Custom ROM in CWM zip format needs ClockworkMod Recovery to install.
How to install ClockworkMod Recovery (CWM) on Nexus 4?
How to install ClockworkMod Recovery (CWM) on Google Nexus 4? The easiest way to do so is to use the 1 click method when root Nexus 4. Or you can also install it manually. Check out this post on why you should have ClockworkMod Recovery (CWM) on Nexus 4.
Google Nexus 4 ClockworkMod Recovery
Unleash the full potential of your Google Nexus 4 by installing custom recovery like ClockworkMod Recovery. Yes, CWM has more features than the stock recovery that come along. You have extra features like install zip from sdcard, backup and restore, mounts and storage and advanced on CWM. I have CWM v220.127.116.11 currently. The latest version should have more features and better functions to get more juice out of Nexus 4. Anyway, I use CWM to make Nandroid backup and restore most of the time. Of course, install custom ROM with it. That’s custom recovery is meant for…
How to install custom ROM on Nexus 7 with CWM? (Video)
How to install custom ROM on Google Nexus 7 with ClockworkMod Touch Recovery (CWM)? Yes, you don’t want to stay on official stock Google Nexus 7 ROM all the time, right? Try out the latest and greatest custom ROM which loaded with newest stuffs and better tweaks and hacks. And lots of fine tuned custom Android ROM are available for Nexus 7, thanks to all the developers. But before install a new custom ROM with CWM, be sure to make a full Nexus 7 system backup with CWM first. Because the new firmware will replace your existing ROM. Check out below step by step video guide to learn more…
- ClockworkMod Touch Recovery
- Custom ROM
In order to install custom ROM in CWM zip format, you need to have ClockworkMod Touch Recovery on Nexus 7 first. Follow this guide to install CWM ~ How to install ClockworkMod Touch Recovery (CWM) on Nexus 7? (Video)