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    So after thinking it over I decided that before I bit the bullet and got the full version of Boot Manager (yes I know its only like $2.99 but I am cheap like that) I would try out the free/lite version and see how often I used it to change ROMs. BOTH times I followed the video instrutions on the dev website and BOTH times when it rebooted it booted right to HBoot. Thankfully I had a nandroid from the day before so I didnt lose anything , but I was really excited to try this and it definatly bummed me out.
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    Do you mean ROM manager?

    If so - yeah - it's good for upgrading your Clockwork Recovery and for downloading ROMs, but it's a little flaky installing ROMs. Flash manually and use ROM manager for Fix Permissions when necessary, updating Clockwork and downloading ROMs.
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    No...boot manager. Init2winit guys made it, set up to have multiple roms and you pick which you wanna boot to
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    Did you disable logging in Super User?
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    Did not...didnt know you had to and dont know how
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    Launch Superuser as an app - should be under menu -> Preferences.

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