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[Q] [ROM][STABLE][Android 4.4.4] CyanogenMod 11 with 3.0.16 kernel - How to upgrade

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Default [Q] [ROM][STABLE][Android 4.4.4] CyanogenMod 11 with 3.0.16 kernel - How to upgrade

Hy !
I am new to this forum...
I have installed the rom "[ROM][STABLE][Android 4.4.4] CyanogenMod 11 with 3.0.16 kernel" (06/20/2014) and I want to upgrade to the same rom (07/01/2014) without lost my data.
Is it possible ?

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Hy !
I am new to this forum...
I have installed the rom "[ROM][STABLE][Android 4.4.4] CyanogenMod 11 with 3.0.16 kernel" (06/20/2014) and I want to upgrade to the same rom (07/01/2014) without lost my data.
Is it possible ?

Thx
make a nandroid from recovery just in case
the flash the newest version of the rom without wipe

DEVICE: HTC Sensation Z710e
PREVIOUS ROM:Rooted Stock Rom ICS Sence 3.6 Revelation 1.0.3 JB Sense 4+ ViperS 3.1.4 JB Sense 4+
CURRENT ROM:ViperS 5.2.1 JB Sense 5 | Sense 6 Blinkfeed
FIRMWARE:3.32.401.5
PREVIOUS KERNEL:Overclocked kernel v1.5.2 by SebastianFM
CURRENT KERNEL:kernel 3.4.10 by SebastianFM
BOOTLOADER:unlocked
HBOOT VERSION:1.27.0000
RECOVERY:4EXT recovery touch v.1.0.0.6 RC3 testing build: 8
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I always wiped cache +dalvik after having flashed the new zip file. You shouldnt lose your settings, you might need to do a full wipe at some point if you're starting to experience problems though. Didn't have to do that myself, yet, but I (and you will at that point as well) might have to look into getting something like titanium backup then.
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