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    Default Nandroid Backup

    I feel like such a noob asking for help here again
    Ok, so I had a 32 GB SD card I bought on eBay a few months ago that would get corrupted every few weeks (annoying) so I bought a new one during Amazon's Cyber Monday sales
    Problem is I had my Nandroid backup on the old one and on my PC. Can't use the one from the SD card (corrupted) and the one from my PC doesn't show in TWRP
    How would I go about going back to stock? Just want to try out a couple Kit Kat ROMs but I don't want to flash it over my current ROM :/
    Everything in this post is 100% accurate...I think

    R.I.P. Motorola...and what could have been the best smartphone line ever
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    Should be able to get back to stock with Odin and a copy of stock ROM.
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    Default Re: Nandroid Backup

    Quote Originally Posted by SactoKingsFan View Post
    Should be able to get back to stock with Odin and a copy of stock ROM.
    That's what I was thinking but I didn't want to have to re-root and re-flash TWRP
    Could I just flash the 4.2.2 firmware even though it's older?

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    Everything in this post is 100% accurate...I think

    R.I.P. Motorola...and what could have been the best smartphone line ever
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    Quote Originally Posted by UJ95x View Post
    That's what I was thinking but I didn't want to have to re-root and re-flash TWRP
    Could I just flash the 4.2.2 firmware even though it's older?

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    That should be fine. I flash older and newer versions of ROMs just to see how features and performance differ. You will also probably need to flash the compatible Gapps file.
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    Default Re: Nandroid Backup

    Quote Originally Posted by SactoKingsFan View Post
    That should be fine. I flash older and newer versions of ROMs just to see how features and performance differ. You will also probably need to flash the compatible Gapps file.
    Yeah. I got all of that down I just wasn't sure if I could flash an older firmware.
    Tried Gummy ROM and it was very unstable, phone kept rebooting
    CM11 next

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    Everything in this post is 100% accurate...I think

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