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    I used the new root method to root my EVO and am currently running BakedSnack 1.7. My question is can I delete the PC36img.zip and all the other things I copied to my SD card when I rooted my phone now? Also, after you flash a new ROM can you then remove that .zip file as well?
     

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    Yes, Yes and yes
     
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    Thank you!!!
     
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    What is the third yes for? ;)
     
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    If you don't remove the PC36img.zip file, every time you go into recovery, you are going to have to wait for that file to be scanned and then answer No when it asks if you want to apply the update.
     
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    Yea that is what I kind of figured. When I went into flash BakedSnack it went through that whole process.

    I thought I would ask before I went around deleting things.
     
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    How about the flash_image, recovery.img, and such?
     
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    I got carried away
     
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