ClockWorkMod is the go-to tool for Android users who enjoy flashing different ROMs as well as performing a slew of other root functions directly from their phone. ClockWorkMod Touch adds touch support to the popular tool and has slowly been rolling out support to a variety of devices. Over the weekend, Koushik Dutta, the author of ClockworkMod recovery, released the first version of the software for tablets. ClockworkMod Touch is now available on the Asus Transformer and Transformer Prime.
As AndroidPolice points out, to install CWM you’ll need to root your device, download ROM Manager, and download the CWM version for your device on the CWM website. At the end of the installation process, you will then flash the CWM recovery to your device — which will cost you only $1.99. However if you want to take the cheaper route, you can follow CWM’s guide to install it manually.
For comparison, check out the video below to see what the software looks like when it’s running.
Still a little confused about what CWM is? Check out this guide here.