I just use sabra-root-tolkit-v3.0 and add the clockwork mod but again it deletes it self once I reboot the phone .
Tired that but it gose on but when add file that needs super user access it said Superuser access has failed
I have a zip you can flash in recovery as well that will install super user for ya if you need it.
I did a Google search found this thread
Q: I've tried multiple times to flash ClockworkMod recovery onto my unlocked Galaxy Nexus (LTE\CDMA variant "toro" build) device. Each time I can boot into recovery and ClockworkMod displays. However, if I completely reboot my device (boot into Android and then reboot), when I try to run recovery, my phone shows an android with a red exclamation point and refuses to boot. I've tried flashing from both Linux with the fastboot tool as well on the device itself with ROM Manager. ROM Manager reports that ClockworkMod 18.104.22.168 is flashed.
What am I doing wrong?
A: had the same problem and I found the solution is to rename a file in the system folder:
remount /system in read/write mode (use something like the Root Explorer app or ES File Explorer; both have root modes (check the app's settings) for remounting /system as writable)
rename the /system/recovery-from-boot.p to /system/recovery-from-boot.p-bak
(note: you could delete it, but renaming is much safer since its easily reversible)
you could also do this manually in an adb shell or on-phone Terminal session:
mv /system/recovery-from-boot.p /system/recovery-from-boot.p-bak
after you've renamed the file, you might have to re-flash your CWM if it had been missing previously
This did the trick I reused sabra-root-tolkit-v3.0 clockworkmod & Superuser Are there now and Holding so Far :)
Thanks for your help zachdroid
Last edited by Thomas C. Riddell; 07-02-2012 at 02:47 AM.
Yes it working great thanks for the help
Any must programs I should add now ???