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Install ClockworkMod Recovery On Samsung Infuse 4G [How To]

Samsung Infuse 4G-clockworkmodEverything seems to be going right for the Samsung Infuse 4G, and with the addition of ClockworkMod recovery the device is all set to receive custom ROMs, kernels and much more. In case you’re unfamiliar with ClockworkMod recovery, see our guide on what is ClockworkMod recovery and how to use it on Android. More on how to install this recovery on your device after the break!

Installing this recovery is a breeze for even the most novice Android users and there are two very different yet very easy ways to do this. So let’s get on with equipping your Samsung Infuse 4G with one of the best custom recoveries for Android.

Disclaimer: Please follow this guide at your own risk. AddictiveTips will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.



As said there are two ways of doing this.

Download ROM Manager from the market and select Flash ClockworkMod Recovery from the menu selecting Galaxy S I9000 when prompted.


Download the ClockworkMod recovery from the link above and rename the file to update.zip. Copy it to the root of your SD card and reboot into recovery. Once in recovery select, Reinstall Packages (you may have to do this twice.).

That’s it! Once the recovery is flashed, your device will be able to make nandroid backups, flash zip files and more. For updates and queries visit the forum thread at XDA-Developers.


  1. you need to download root explorer.
    Get a modded 3e recovery.

    extract it and copy recovery on your sd card via usb cable.
    Now open root explorer and copy the recovery from the sd card to system/bin.
    accept the overwrite option and reboot device.
    now you can proceed with the Rom Manager procedure

  2. The ROM Manager technique does not work. Judging from forums, I’m not the only one who has trouble with this. It always just reboots into 3e.

  3. when I select “reinstall packages”, I get a error that says: “E: failed to verify whole-file signature. E: signature verification failed. Installation aborted.”… why??? :s

    • i ran into the same problem. my mistake was that i didnt extract the file “recovery” in the recovery.zip. THAT is what you need to copy to /system/bin.
      hope this helps.

    • where is the /system/bin/ i cant seem to locate it, and how do i get there in case im looking in the wrong spot??

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