Reboot X10 Into xRecovery From OS
If you’d like to be able to reboot into Recovery directly from the Android OS on your Xperia X10, here’s some good news.
XDA forum member DooMLoRD has been able to get a script together to reboot into recovery (xRecovery/FreeZperia Recovery) from the OS. It requires using GScript Lite from the Market (free) and a little modification to one of the system files.
Credits also go to Bin4ry and Androxyde for the FlashTool and the option to ‘reboot into xRecovery from FlashTool’ upon which this script is based.
Please note that the mod requires some advanced knowledge on how to modify system files.
For the detailed instructions, head on over to the modification thread.
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