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My name is Anasbabata,I have a Techno Android N3, i try to get into clockwork mod recovery but it fail to get into recovery.Normally i am entering into CWM Recovery by holding both volume + - key and home key (unlock) after powering uff the phone.I want to partition my SD card and before to perform partition you most go to CWM Recovery.I need your assistance on how my phone will go to CWM Recovery.

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Try to press HOME and POWER buttons together.
It restarts the phone regardless of its state.

When restarting, keep pressing BACK button of your phone.

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