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Old January 29th, 2013, 08:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Flashing a new recovery question

I currently have TWRP 2.2.1 and want to update to the latest (2.3.3 - I think it is). What should I do AFTER I flash the new recovery regarding my couple of nands on board? Will they still be usable if needed or should I simply redo my nand?

For whatever reason I have been carrying around on my ext sdcard a stock nand and am wondering if I should just get it off there and put it on my computer for safe keeping? (Think I'll do that anyway!) Hope this makes sense...

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I currently have TWRP 2.2.1 and want to update to the latest (2.3.3 - I think it is). What should I do AFTER I flash the new recovery regarding my couple of nands on board? Will they still be usable if needed or should I simply redo my nand?

For whatever reason I have been carrying around on my ext sdcard a stock nand and am wondering if I should just get it off there and put it on my computer for safe keeping? (Think I'll do that anyway!) Hope this makes sense...
I would keep one or two backups on the card and one on the computer
And I would guess that the newer TWRP would be able to restore the nandroid backup made with the older version of TWRP.
At least that's the way it is with CWM that I run.

Every so often after a new nandroid backup, I delete the oldest one.
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V 2.4.0.0 is out now . . . I just installed it

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1768142
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Wow . . . they`re quick over there ! 2.4.1.0 out as of 2-1-13. I`m going to d/l it & flash now . . .

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