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    Everytime i flash a new rom i have to do back up right?

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    Default Re: Flashing

    DO you have to? No. there are other recovery options.
    Will you lose your data if you don't? yes the other options usually mean a fresh install

    Now should you? YES YES YES. It will make life so much more easy if something goes wrong.
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    Wait what you have me confused..........so its suggested i should but i can try recovery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fomotomo View Post
    Wait what you have me confused..........so its suggested i should but i can try recovery?

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    It really depends on the circumstances.

    Some ROMS allow you to just flash over the pre-existing one.

    I recommend doing nandroid backup of your ROM before flashing a new one. This way you can always revert back if you don't like the new one or if there is a problem with theme one.

    Back up apps with Titanium...it's worth the money.
    Phone: Galaxy Note 2 | ROM: Stock | Kernel: Stock
    Tablet: Transformer Prime | ROM: Hairy Bean | Kernel: Clemsyn
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    How do i use nandroid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fomotomo View Post
    How do i use nandroid?

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    Two ways.

    You can make a backup using rom manager or boot into CWM and go to backup / restore.
    Phone: Galaxy Note 2 | ROM: Stock | Kernel: Stock
    Tablet: Transformer Prime | ROM: Hairy Bean | Kernel: Clemsyn

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