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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by JonnyDroid, Aug 2, 2011.

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    Okay, being freshly rooted & feeling adventurous I have now (I think) decided on a ROM and, following the excellent advice throughout this forum, thought I would take the
     

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    All correct! Not sure about the blog though.
     
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    Thanks for the response :)

    I got this, via a link from him (baadnewz), on his XDA page for the ROM. On reading it, again, after your reply I guess it may be referring to a different scenario (maybe those who are updating latest versions of same ROM)? :thinking:
    Maybe it is best I stick to doing it the 'manual' way, especially first time...

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    Final AutoBackUp Script for ALL VERSIONS - TESTED and WORKING for Apps ONLY (not app data) - thanks tlex
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    Don't do any wipes before using the script! Just follow the steps WITHOUT any wiping and you WILL HAVE a CLEAN FRESH ROM Installed with all your apps on boot every time you flash!

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    I like manual methods myself. Gives you an idea of each step. When its automated, it can be harder to troubleshoot.
     
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    I agree, but, being my first time, was more wondering whether it was a necessary step for this, particular, ROM.

    As it is, I followed your (collective) advice and the installation went without a hitch. I am now sitting getting to know my new ROM & a very happy bunny, thank you, again. :D
     
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