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Default [Q] ROM Manager

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Lol sorry, i asked if rom manager was safe r not coz iv heard of people f**k**g up thier phones from using it, and i got reply. It is safe its just people r not installing the right way and its causing problems to thier phones.

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There is NO reason to use ROM Manager, use recovery.
Device: Nexus 7 16GB 2013 /flo/
ROM: SlimKat

Kernel: ElementalX
Recovery: TWRP

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Device: HTC Desire AMOLED
ROM: [AOSP] dGB + Mounts2SD
Kernel: dGB-2.1-EViollet-GB-HAVS-AXI-128-BFS
SPL: PVT1 0.93.0001 S-OFF
Radio: 32.56.00.32U_5.17.05.23
Recovery: 4EXT Touch Recovery
HBOOT: Custom 65/5/367
 
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Yh i always do but was just asking coz alot of devs put it in with thier roms. Thanks

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using recovery is way better, it's easy to mess your phone with rom manager when you dont know how to use it
 
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There is NO reason to use ROM Manager, use recovery.
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I know that i've Rom Manager instaled, but i dont have partition SD.
How do i know if i have that recovery you talk?
 
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Is your phone s-off & rooted?

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Thats just guide to do it, hope that helps

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