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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by 808s10, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. 808s10

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    I rooted using the 2.2 root method running stock Rom and kings kernel 8. Everything is running fine, my question is do i remove the pc136img from my SD card. I saw a video on YouTube that said to remove it because when you do the power and vol down and get to the white screen it will search for it, removing it will save time. Is it ok to remove it? Do I need it on the sd card.
     

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    I don't have any files on my sd card from rooting.. I would recommend making a back up on your phone. Incase you flash a diff kernel and something doesn't go right..

    Also... I personally made a folder on my comp of all roms I flashed so I always have them as a second back up
     
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    Remove it, you have no use for it anymore.
     
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    But keep a copy on your PC, either in the SDK Tools folder, or some other section of your hard drive set aside for Android rooting files.
     
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    ok. . I will make a folder on my computer with all the root stuff. Thanks for the info
     
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