The work to bring touch-enabled recoveries to all supported ClockworkMod devices continues, and since the last update a couple of days ago, the following devices now have ClockworkMod Touch available:
- Non-US Samsung Galaxy S II
- Sprint Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch
- AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II
- T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S II
- Samsung Epic 4G (looks like this one disappeared shortly after due to some bugs)
- Motorola Cliq
- LG Optimus Black
- LG Optimus 2X
- LG Optimus 3D
- HTC Rezound
- HTC G2
- HTC MyTouch 4G
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As a reminder, these devices already had touch recoveries before today:
- HTC EVO 4G
- HTC EVO 3D (CDMA/GSM)
- HTC Desire GSM
- HTC Desire HD
- HTC Sensation
- HTC Thunderbolt added
- Motorola Atrix 4G
- Galaxy Nexus (CDMA/GSM)
- Nexus S/S4G
Great job, Koush, not a bad list for a few days of work, isn't it? There are still plenty of devices to go, so expect further updates shortly.
As before, to get the touch-enabled ClockworkMod recovery on your device, load up ROM Manager and click Flash ClockworkMod Touch. This ridiculously easy method is going to cost you a well-deserved $1.99 (in-app purchase, Paypal, or special code redemption). Alternatively, you can figure out how to install recoveries manually from http://www.clockworkmod.com/rommanager which doesn't cost a dime.
I just did the above on my Epic 4G Touch and was rocking the touch version seconds later.