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I also have the same kind of phone (MP Rio Fun) and I am trying to partition my SD. In the Recovery mode, you have to use the volume keys/button to highlight the option that you want then you have to press the Option key (the key on the left side of the Home key) to enter the highlighted option. Hope this help.


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Download the firmware suitable for your country and device, flash it with flashtools (simply turn phone off and when you have flashtools ready, connect the USB cable to phone (better try first to let windows install proper driver)) search for vcomm driver if win fails.


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I fixed the problem by backing up using the stock recovery, then reflashing the factory firmware. I then went back into stock recovery and restored my user data. The reason why it wouldn't accept my update.zip files is because they weren't signed by Archos.


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The initial input is read by the bootloader to see which partition to boot. Vol- will trigger bootloader, while no input will trigger ROM partition. The bootloader is initially installed by your OEM. No matter what version of Android you have, you still have the same bootloader until you either update your bootloader or install a custom bootloader. The OEM ...


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Yes, you can boot into recovery without build.prop. You can, in fact, boot into recovery without anything in /system (actually, recovery and bootloader are the only things you can boot into without anything in your /system.); build.prop and /system are only used when the ROM is loaded.


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1 & 2: Just flash what you want to have on your device, the old recovery will be overwritten. I recommend the app "Flashify" from Google play store for flashing recovery without computer. 3: About phone > tap build number seven times > press back > developer options > check "update CM recovery"


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Is there an upgrade waiting to be installed even? I have 2 ideas: A: Use bluetooth tethering to your phone to get network access B: You could install some basic commandline tools (eg. ssh server / socat / brctl / etc) from http://dan.drown.org/android/ and try to get a working connection via Android-Debug-Bridge's integrated portforwarding feature (maybe ...


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Recovery menus usually don't have any touch elements, you only control them using hardware keys (otherwise you'd be lost with a broken digitizer when trying to backup your data). Use the volume keys (up/down) to navigate, and the power button to select an item.


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Boot into recovery mode by holding the Power & Volume Up buttons on your phone. (if Volume Up doesn't work, try Volume Down). I've used this method to get an unresponsive device to respond.


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Try harder to find firmware images for your phone. A factory reset might not work, as it only wipes data and cache partition. The etc folder is in /system/etc, /etc usually just is a link to /system/etc. Therefore you would need an image of the system partiton. Well, if you can't find such firmware, it might not be a device thats common used, and therefore - ...


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Attempt to do a Factory Reset through Settings. I deleted a system file once and it ended up fixing it although my new experience with Android says it might not work. I couldn't find anything online relating to your phone besides reviews, tests, and things along those lines. You are sort of in a pickle here. I'll try to search more for ya.


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Firstly it may be useful to merge this with your other question as they are very related. I have already explained to you how to root your S2 so I won't repeat those instructions. And yes it is possible to recover the /data. What you need to do from here is to first complete what I said about rooting it. From there, you should get a new rooted recovery ...


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Aureljared is absolutely right. When you press the down volume and it doesn't go to the factory reset option, press power anyway to select it. Screen will go dark, then pressing a volume key will take you to a weird screen with about 10 no responses and only one yes. Select the yes and you're good to go.



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