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One question before I flash a custom kernel on my SGS3. I was planning on making first a nandroid backup with the stock kernel-

If I flash a custom kernel and after a few days I want to revert back to the stock kernel will the nandroid backup do it? Or does it copy everything except the kernel?

Does the nandroid backup backup the kernel also so I can go back to my previous kernel too?

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A nandroid backup backups everything except kernel.
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A nandroid backup backups everything except kernel.
Sry edit. A nandroid back up back ups ur data. Rom. Apps. And all ur settings.

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So not the kernel?

Weird. I thought it did an image of everything.
 
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So not the kernel?

Weird. I thought it did an image of everything.
U can always flash kernels individually. Just an extra step.

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So not the kernel?

Weird. I thought it did an image of everything.


Sorry to the guys above but I must have a magic S3 because YES a nandroid does back up your kernel at least on the S3 it does.. Please read the stickies >>>>> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2362743 <<<<< See post 2

(1) First rule of flashing roms BACK UP YOU EFS!!
(2) 2nd Rule of flashing roms SEE 1ST RULE!!

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Sorry to the guys above but I must have a magic S3 because YES a nandroid does back up your kernel at least on the S3 it does.. Please read the stickies >>>>> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2362743 <<<<< See post 2
Oops. Old recoveries do not I suppose.

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