David Watt · Nov 7, 2012 at 06:00 am

Unofficial ClockworkMod Recovery Ported to Verizon Galaxy Tab 2 7″

A few weeks ago, we reported on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7″  receiving an unlocked bootloader, as posted by XDA Senior Member MrHyde03. As a logical continuation from this, MrHyde03 has now also ported ClockworkMod Recovery to the Galaxy Tab 2 7″. Ported from the Verizon Samsung Galaxy S III, it has been fully tested by the dev and everything appears to work as it should.

NOTE: This CWM was ported from VZW SGS3

I have successfully ported CWM to our device. It is NOT an official release, nor is it built from source.. I’m still working on that one. BUT, for now, we have this. This has been tested on my device. I’ve successfully made a backup, wip

The current version available is 6.0.1.2, which is only a few increments from the latest version available from ClockworkMod. Installation is a simple process, performed using either adb of terminal.

If you own a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7″ and want to get a custom ROM onto your device, head on over to the development thread.


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