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Root Updating to CM V5.0.7 from 5.0.6.2

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by monsterenergy22, May 25, 2010.

  1. monsterenergy22

    monsterenergy22 Well-Known Member
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    I haven't flashed ROMs in a while, so to be honest I can't remember. I have done a "Backup all user apps + system data" with titanium, but not sure which restore to do. I remember someone recommending "restore missing apps with data" for one situation, and "restore all apps with data" for another. Any recommendations? Or if I remember correctly, doesn't rom manager or CM have a built in backup that is supposed to be alot faster?

    Thanks ahead of time!
     

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  2. jnngill

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    Did you already update? If your going from 5.0.6.2 to 5.0.7 you dont need to wipe anything so no restore should be needed.
     
  3. monsterenergy22

    monsterenergy22 Well-Known Member
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    i havent updated yet, but i always wipe just to be safe.
     
  4. UBRocked

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    I always use the "Restore missing apps with data". Then I manually go in and individually restore "data only" for things like Email and SMS/MMS, Call log, Clock, etc.
     
  5. monsterenergy22

    monsterenergy22 Well-Known Member
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    thanks! do you only do that when going from like CM 6.2 to CM7? or do you also do it if you were going from CM 6.2 to lets say BB 1.1?
     
  6. UBRocked

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    Anytime I wipe data (which is anytime I switch ROMs) that is how I restore. I don't really deviate from that procedure as it always seems to do the trick without causing problems. I would "verify all backups" too. This is useful cause I have had issues with Titanium not backing up certain apps before.
     

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