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[GUIDE] Proper FULL wipe

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26th December 2011, 11:35 PM   |  #21  
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Any rom worth a dam will have the system and boot wipe in the script.

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27th December 2011, 01:37 AM   |  #22  
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Any rom worth a dam will have the system and boot wipe in the script.

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27th December 2011, 03:31 PM   |  #23  
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In the past I have always performed these steps in this order:

wipe data/factory reset
wipe cache partition
in advanced: wipe dalvik cache
in mounts and storage: format /system /data /cache /boot

vs

wipe data/factory reset
format /system
format /boot

Have I been duplicating processes that are accomplished with just these three steps? How important is the order of the steps?
27th December 2011, 04:11 PM   |  #24  
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Originally Posted by jameswerk

In the past I have always performed these steps in this order:

wipe data/factory reset
wipe cache partition
in advanced: wipe dalvik cache
in mounts and storage: format /system /data /cache /boot

vs

wipe data/factory reset
format /system
format /boot

Have I been duplicating processes that are accomplished with just these three steps? How important is the order of the steps?

Yes you have been. Cache and dalvik are wiped during the factory reset option. The order of these steps are important but what you've been doing so far is correct outside the duplicated steps.
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30th December 2011, 09:24 PM   |  #25  
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does the ROM Manager app perform these steps before flashing a new ROM?
30th December 2011, 09:41 PM   |  #26  
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does the ROM Manager app perform these steps before flashing a new ROM?

No not by default. Its up to the developer of the ROM to clean what they think should be cleaned. However, many, including CyanogenMod do not. I actually believe its bad practice since this step doesn't need to be performed unless you are beta testing roms.
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Can someone guide me where to start looking for how to flash a rom? Newb with andriod os.
7th January 2012, 04:58 AM   |  #28  
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you should add this to OP:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...41&postcount=1

no need to change recovery.
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7th January 2012, 12:49 PM   |  #29  
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This should totally be in Development. Lol.

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7th January 2012, 03:51 PM   |  #30  
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This should totally be in Development. Lol.

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Yeah AllGamer moved it and said it was "common knowledge". All I can do is keep it in my signature.

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