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Root I just put in the new rubix, had a quick question

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bosox2k1, Nov 12, 2010.

  1. bosox2k1

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    i installed the newest rubix ROM and obviously data was wiped....restored all i had via TiBu...question is, is tht going to restore all the blur so now its not blurless anymore? if that's the case, i will reinstall rubix and be selective in what i restore....

    if anyone can clarify that would be great...thanks!
     

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    rubix should not allow you to reinstall the blur ...at least it didnt for me and i have seen others post this as well
     
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    TiBu in general can't install system apps. So whenever you're restoring with TiBu just choose missing apps with data.
     
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    It's best practice not to use TiBu to restore all apps when changing ROMS, IMO.

    It is better to use the built in foryo restore, or appbrain. Then selectively restore applications and data restore data for the applications. I only restore applications I did not download via the market with TiBu and data for other applications including system applications like the web browser if my bookmarks are missing.

    If you have any problems you can always do a data reset then do the above.
     

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