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already oem unlocked and rooted,but an easy way for future use!good work dev!
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Where do I have to have the files that I wanna flash? In the data folder??

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Where do I have to have the files that I wanna flash? In the data folder??

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Which files are you trying to flash? All The SDK files will be put in the platform-tools folder.
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All in one swiss-knife, great for newbies. Good work!
 
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Which files are you trying to flash? All The SDK files will be put in the platform-tools folder.
I havnt flashed anything yet! I man like Roms and Kernels and base bands and stuff from xda

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I havnt flashed anything yet! I man like Roms and Kernels and base bands and stuff from xda

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Once you are rooted and unlocked you need to flack clockworkmod recovery. I have not tried the recovery flash in this tool. The way I did it....
1. Install Root Explorer
2. Install Rom Manager
3. Open Root Explorer> Toggle r/w permissions> Delete "/system/recovery-from-boot.p"
4. Open Rom Manager> Flash Clockworkmod Recovery
5. Power Off Phone
5. Boot into Fastboot
6. Select Recovery
7. Make a backup of stock
8. Download/place the ROM of your choice to the SDcard of the phone
9. Follow steps 5-7
10. Select install zip from sdcard
11. Find your ROM and flash.
12. Reboot your phone, and your done!
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Is this backup and restore function the same as this one? And is able to do without rooting?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1420351

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Is this backup and restore function the same as this one? And is able to do without rooting?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1420351

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Yes, pretty much. You do not need root for it.

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Yes, pretty much. You do not need root for it.

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does this also restore system settings?

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