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  1. mikem0269

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    I just rooted my evo and first did a backup with cloclwork mod but read that amon ra 2.3 was better so i did a back up with it also. So now can i delete the clockwork mod back up and also can i delete the zip file for both or just clock work mod? Thanks in advance and the instructions were great. no problem rooting on my first try.
     

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    clockwork mod is already gone if you installed Amon Ra and you can get rid of the .zip files now.
     
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    I'd keep the amon ra file somewhere just in case you ever need it again. Sometimes things happen and having a recovery on hand could come in handy. Just my 2 cents.
     
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    I kept the back up file on the sd card and copied it to my hard drive also. I just had 2 back up files and the clockwork file was over 600meg.
    Thanks for the info.
     
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    Yeah, you'll want to keep your stock Nandroid for future use (wimax mainly), but I just threw my amonra file into a folder ... so it looks like this ...\AmonRaRecovery\PC36IMG.zip

    That way, the file is ready to go, no worries about renaming it.
     
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