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is it safe to restore nandroid backup twrp?

2nd July 2014, 06:36 PM |#1  
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i installed a custom rom which i think changed the kernel and a few other stuff and now i want to go to the cloudypro 2 but im not sure how to get stock kernel lg g2 d802 back but anyway i have a nandroid backup of stock os if i were to restore it would my phone brick???/
 
 
2nd July 2014, 09:33 PM |#2  
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i installed a custom rom which i think changed the kernel and a few other stuff and now i want to go to the cloudypro 2 but im not sure how to get stock kernel lg g2 d802 back but anyway i have a nandroid backup of stock os if i were to restore it would my phone brick???/

If I understand correctly, you're currently on a ROM and wish to flash a different because the kernel changed?

If so, you can reflash the ROM your currently on and restore the original kernel. Make sure to wipe cache/dalvik/system (you don't have to wipe data) then relfash your ROM. You don't have to wipe data if flashing the same ROM you're currently on. If switching to another ROM, make sure to wipe everything except internal SD card (data/cache/dalvik/system).
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If I understand correctly, you're currently on a ROM and wish to flash a different because the kernel changed?

If so, you can reflash the ROM your currently on and restore the original kernel. Make sure to wipe cache/dalvik/system (you don't have to wipe data) then relfash your ROM. You don't have to wipe data if flashing the same ROM you're currently on. If switching to another ROM, make sure to wipe everything except internal SD card (data/cache/dalvik/system).



If i flash the cloudypro rom what steps would i have to take-----would i have to change the kernel???? or baseband ???? im a noob
3rd July 2014, 04:33 PM |#4  
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If i flash the cloudypro rom what steps would i have to take-----would i have to change the kernel???? or baseband ???? im a noob

What ROM/baseband/android version are you on right now?
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