[Q] Cyanogenmod 7.2 on Droid 2.3.4 (4.5.621)
Hello, I'm sorry if this is the wrong forum section. I'm new to these forums and to rooting/installing ROMs. I recently rooted my Droid 2 using "Framaroot, a one-click .apk to root" method. Everything went well, and was very quick. I then installed Titanium Backup to uninstall some Verizon bloatware.
I want to install Cyanogenmod 7.2. I installed Droid 2 Bootstrapper, and Cyanogenmod 7.2 and placed them on my SD card. I then went to install ClockworkMod ROM Manager on Google Play and it installed.
I was going to backup my current data/apps using Titanium Backup, then backup my current ROM using ClockworkMod. After that I'm a little confised as to which program I'm suppose to install Cyanogenmod 7.2 with.
Do I use from my app screen;
- Droid 2 Bootstrapper and choose "Reboot Recovery"
- ClockworkMod to first backup my current ROM, and then choose its "Reboot into Recovery" option
- Or just reboot my Droid 2 using the "X" key and power button and load the ROM from there? When I do so, Motorola's recovery mode comes up and not ClockworkMod's. Is that normal?
I've also already changed the check_kernel script to "exit 0".
I'm sorry for the long post, this will be my first time and don't want to make my phone useless. Thank you for your help.