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I flashed CyanogenMod 10.0 stable on my Vibrant last night and it's working really well. The only thing is that if I reboot into recovery from the long-press Power menu, the device reboots normally instead of going into recovery. If I use the Power+Volume Keys combo to get into recovery it works, but choosing the "reboot system now" option from there does not — it goes into an "unknown upload mode" like when I reboot with Power+Volume Up.

upload mode

Holding the Power button to reboot works, of course.

Is there any way to fix this? I'm using the ClockworkMOD Recovery that was installed automatically when I flashed CM, v6.0.1.5. ROM Manager tells me that there is no recovery available for my device so this is obviously something custom for the CM Vibrant build.

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closed as off-topic by Matthew Read Sep 4 '13 at 23:33

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Just a thought - is the key mapping for the hardware keys correct for the recovery environment? This worth a shot? –  t0mm13b Jan 21 '13 at 18:02
@t0mm13b Yep, everything works except the reboot. That's super interesting, I will check it out! –  Matthew Read Jan 21 '13 at 18:26
Picking some facts from your question: 1) it works using the hardware keys, but 2) doesn't with the power menu. 3) ROM Manager doesn't see a (compatible) recovery. While 1) clearly indicates it's there, could matching 2+3 mean CM has the same problem? Besides, more than half a year gone, have you been able to solve the issue meanwhile? –  Izzy Sep 4 '13 at 19:23
@Izzy I don't use this device anymore, thanks for the reminder. –  Matthew Read Sep 4 '13 at 23:33
This question appears to be off-topic because it is Too Localized. –  Matthew Read Sep 4 '13 at 23:33