Those who use Androids stay upto date with the Android operating systems as well. So, Android operators are aware of some recovery methods and solutions converting the touchscreen display of the Android device to navigation purposes. Sometimes, it happens that many offers does’nt work for touchscreen implementations. But practically, all Android devices bears a recovery console, essential partition on the phone/tablet’s internal memory and to be booted manually. While accessing such things, the official ‘stock’ options becomes limited allowing apps such as factory reset of the device and applying an official ROM to recover the OS. Oftenly, hardcore Android tinkerer require enhanced power options, and “ClockworkMod” is one of the well known widely adopted custom recovery for Android devices and its easily available for phones and tablets. The developer of “ClockworkMod” is Koushik Dutta, the same developer who gave idea of bringing an alterative, Cydia-like application store to modified/rooted Android devices.Dutta now brought the latest release for beta version of a modified ClockworkMod recovery, negating hardware based buttons on an Android device. ClockWorkMod allows users to navigate the recovery options while using the touchscreen.
Nothing can be perfect so the modified CWM recovery is still not an aesthetic masterpiece, but its early beta and work of Dutta proofs better graphics and visual improvements.The owner of a CDMA or GSM Galaxy Nexus, and GSM Nexus S, you must go for the ClockworkMod Google+ page and download the requiring .img files being hosted there.
Steps For ClockworkMod Install and Download
Head on over to the official ClockworkMod Google+ page and download the necessary .img file for your Galaxy Nexus or Nexus S.
Make sure to boot your device up into Fastboot mode. This is achieved by powering off your device, and then powering back on whilst holding the volume up and down buttons together.
Flash ClockWorkMod (fastboot flash recovery the-name-of-your-img-file.img).
Reboot the device into the operating system (fastboot reboot).
Once the reboot is complete, you now have the ClockWorkMod recovery installed on a permanent basis.