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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by d1reyad, Aug 29, 2010.

  1. d1reyad

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    hey guys i need some help i just root my evo 2.2 and install damage control 3.5 if i was to install more custom rom how do i switch between then and also can i remove the ones i dont like
     

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    Best way to go from ROM to ROM is to create backups of them (would recommend with Rom Manager so you could name them according to the ROM)

    To remove them, just mount your sdcard to your PC, right click and delete!
     
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    Switching between ROMs is pretty simple,download the ROM place it on the SD/card and go into hboot/recovery. Always make a nand backup of ur current set up before u flash any ROM or Kernel just in case u don't like what u flashed u can always go back to ur previous ROM.

    After that a full wipe is required before flashing any ROM unless is a patch/upgrade of the same ROM. From there just do the same steps u did when u flashed DC.

    After flashing u can delete the old ROM from ur SD card using the method of ur preference.
     
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    so you can have more that one rom install at the same time
     
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    No, dont ty either.

    If you don't like the visual, theres always themes
     
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    Nope u can only install one ROM at a time but can keep as many as u want in ur SD/card to swithch between em as u please.
     
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    That would be awesome... but sadly no.
     
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