Maybe one of the most attractive things at the Android OS is the possibility of flashing the default ROM in your device with a custom one. But before doing this operation you have to access the ClockWorkMod Recovery console and accomplish some important steps, like clearing the cache, the data and dalvik cache, too. If your system has several partitions, those have to be erased, too. The navigation through the menu in ClockWorkMod console is not so easy, since you cannot use the touch interface of your smartphone and you have to press the volume buttons in order to move the cursors, while the selection is being done with the Power key. So, if you feel that CWM is too annoying, we have a different solution for you, which will be reviewed in this article.
Obviously, this tutorial is inspired from the XDA Community, which, by the way, it also has some surprising things to provide. SuperWipe app can be used on AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 I777 before a flash procedure is applied. The main benefit which is brought by this utility comes from the fact that all the data , cache and dalvik cache can be erased from one shot, and then the new custom ROM can be installed. So, all that annoying workaround which was needed in order to select each of the baove options is not necessary anymore.
Furthermore SuperWipe is also providing other useful features, like letting you to manage the disks and the data that they contain, doing some tweaks at the memory level or on the spt-ext and also provides you with the possibility to convert all partitions to ext4.
For downloading SuperWipe you need to access the following link and your workaround before installing a custom ROM on AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 I777 will be much easier. You can use the below mentioned comment form in order to share your opinions on this tool.