Tag Archives: ROM Manager

ROM Manager Gains Support For TWRP, Incremental Updates

ROM Manager is an app that was designed to work alongside ClockworkMod Recovery. Both are made by the same person and one is an extension of the other. In a strange twist of events, Developer Koush has added support for another recovery, TWRP (Team Win Recovery Project), to ROM Manager. Good Guy Koush, huh? He also added support for incremental… Read more

CyanogenMod nightly builds return

After a brief pause, CyanogenMod nightly builds have returned and are available to the public at teamdouche.net. Version number 7 of CM includes ClockworkMod 3.0 and Gingerbread, Android 2.3.1. These releases are experimental, unsupported, and are generally intended for the more hardcore ROM junkie. But the nightlies do provide an opportunity to taste… Read more

NOOKcolor gets ClockworkMod

Those of you NOOKcolor fanatics that have rooted and otherwise hacked the sleek little e-reader will be happy to know that Android’s top recovery ClockworkMod, and the ultimate flasher’s friend, ROM Manager, are both are Nook aware as of yesterday, when announcement was made on Twitter. If you’ve got the Market running on your NC, simply install ROM… Read more

Cyanogen Mod 7 alpha available in ROM Manager

Merry Christmas from Android developer @koush and the hottest recovery image out there, @clockworkmod: two alpha builds of CyanogenMod were made available to Nexus S owners this weekend: the first CM alpha 7 and an update that fixed Wi-Fi and camcorder, making it a fully functional ROM. This is alpha software and flashers should be ready for some… Read more