• Title: CWM Recovery for Jiayu G2FW
  • Listed: 09/02/2014 2:03 pm
  • ROM Version: Jiayu G2FW CWM6 by Cappa72
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CWM Recovery for Jiayu G2FW

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CWM Recovery for Jiayu G2F WCDMA version!

You can install with MobileUncleTools if you have ROOT permission.

※Please make a backup of your device before installing or updating ROM

6 Responses to“CWM Recovery for Jiayu G2FW”

  1. 08/28/2014


    Hi, it's me again…
    Looking at attempting a port from another devices MTK6582 4.4.2 KitKat ROM to the MTK6582 4.2.2 JB wcdma.
    These recoveries don't support KitKat? Is it possible to port?

  2. 08/28/2014


    TWRP KK compatible recovery possible?

  3. 08/28/2014


    Sorry to polute the comments here, I cant find any decent forum that is in english.
    Got the phone and it was already loaded with the 0.8.5 firmware. I rooted and installed the recovery and all is good in that respect. I've removed the chinese bloat manually, but find that always the battery stats display Android System as using an outragous percentage of CPU. When it sleeps its all fine, and using Battery Doctor I think it runs a little longer while using. Could it be that the battery stats are incorrect? Do you have any suggestions, could re-flashing official 0.8.5 or other custom ROM fix it? Otherwise, I love the performance :)

    • kaveh123


      Iran (ISLAMIC Republic Of)

      I got this problem too ! The battery usage is incorrect. but when it reach to 1% , the device work for 2 hr or more ! so the usage is good.

      I install all the ROMs , use "battery calibration pro" , "battery life repair"  and … but the problem is there !

  4. 08/28/2014


    Agreed kaveh123, and thanks for your input.
    Last night I found the 1% bright red led flashing for a long time while playing Dead Trigger 2 (yes, intentionally to drain).
    What I'm trying and it seems to have made a difference…
    1. Let it completely drain till it shutdown and then charged to 100%. Played a bit to drain a few percent
    2. Downloaded Battery Doctor, as alternate battery monitor and to watch that trickle charge complete. *not to kill processes
    3. Downloaded Battery Calibration (https://play.google.com/store/.....terycalibration) *use NéMa's version, not that new piece of shit thats on the market
    4. Charged to 100%, when that trickle complete shows on Battery Doctor
    5. Wiped the batterystats with Battery Calibration
    6. Use the phone normally until it reaches ~1% or close to, connect for a complete charge
    Not sure if it is all snake oil, but I think it has made a difference. However, I'm yet to test for long 1% duration.
    I've actually started a thread over at http://androidforums.com/other.....ting-stuff.html

    • 08/28/2014


      Sorry, wish I could edit the above comment…

      Following trials, trying to 'calibrate' didn't actually resolve anything. Maybe a ROM update may change something, but I'm past this "1% problem". And there seems to be something happening with Google Apps (sync apps) excessively using NetworkLocation… but lets not go there… hell, I'll continue to try different things, but may just have to deal with it.

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