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[Q] ROM Manager

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23rd April 2012, 07:12 PM   |  #11  
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Is your phone s-off & rooted?

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yes

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23rd April 2012, 08:16 PM   |  #12  
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Cool. Personaly i like 4EXT Recovery and you can partition your sdcard with it to, you can get it in market or google 4EXT for thier own page. Some devs recommend that you use a recovery that is best with thier roms. So please read before flashing a rom and read other forums about it for more info. And you get into recovery by powering off your phone then you hold the volume down button + power button. Dont forget research n read

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Cool. Personaly i like 4EXT Recovery and you can partition your sdcard with it to, you can get it in market or google 4EXT for thier own page. Some devs recommend that you use a recovery that is best with thier roms. So please read before flashing a rom and read other forums about it for more info. And you get into recovery by powering off your phone then you hold the volume down button + power button. Dont forget research n read

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4EXT Recovery does the sme thing that Rom Manager?
What other recovery apps exist?
25th April 2012, 02:25 PM   |  #14  
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Erm? ClockWorkMod which u can flash from ur ROM Manager app. I only use 4EXT so cant really advise u which to use. U should be able to find more info in other forums. ClockWorkMod is popular tho

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ClockWorkMod is popular tho

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Rather was.

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