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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by silverxbv2, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. silverxbv2

    silverxbv2 Well-Known Member
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    I'm new to this. I rooted my phone no problem. I ran the unrevoked reflash no problem. I did a nand backup no problem. My question is about restoring. If I want to try an undervolt or overclock kernel, which restore option would I use, regular or advanced? Would anything else have to be restored like apps or contacts? I already have titanium backup as well.
     

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    I flashed the low voltage kernal and then returned to stock. I just used the regular restore option, took about 7-10 minutes to complete so be patient.

    I also use Titanium and since I'd installed some apps and updates after flashing, I redownloaded it from the market and then used it to restore all user apps. Worked like a champ.
     

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