Thanks Meter 77
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Springfield, Mo
I know Android is "Linux", and probably acts different, but
it's always been my experience that going from the "same" version of windows
via service packs, updates can be done with no wipe (XP>sp1>sp2), but
I've always had better luck, going from one version OS to another, (XP>Vista>7)
by WIPING everything clean and starting over.
I'm guessing going from GB 2.3>2.3.4>2.3.5 and so on would be like XP>sp1,
and going from GB 2.x to ICS 4.x would be like going from XP>7.
You get a better experience wiping so there are no left overs of the old code
still on the system.
When time comes for ICS for my Note, I'm wiping everything clean, not even going to bother backing up, just cataloging what's on my system, so I can install it
again....LOL, this will be one of those rainy weekend, nothing to do installs for
A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State,
the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
The 2nd amendment, protects the 1st.
Samsung Galaxy Note(International)
ROM: 4.12 JZO54K.N7000XXLT4