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Yes. The I/O speed will be greatly improved now. Much smoother.
No more lags

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With regards to ROM Manager, is it safe to flash the recovery from this app? I have the touch recovery 6.0.1.0 that came with that toolkit (I forget the name). Just don't want to brick or make it impossible to boot back into Android... Never really used ROM Manager before so I figured I'd ask.
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ROM: CM11 Nightly 7/20 [Official]
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ROM: CM11 [Unofficial]
Recovery: ClockworkMod 6.0.4.7

Google Nexus 7
ROM: CM11 Nightly 7/20 [Official]
Recovery: ClockworkMod 6.0.4.3

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With regards to ROM Manager, is it safe to flash the recovery from this app? I have the touch recovery 6.0.1.0 that came with that toolkit (I forget the name). Just don't want to brick or make it impossible to boot back into Android... Never really used ROM Manager before so I figured I'd ask.
Yes it is safe.

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Yes it is safe.

Excuse typos. Sent from a handheld.
Is it updated regularly? Do I have to reflash CM?
Devices:
Samsung Galaxy S IV
ROM: CM11 Nightly 7/20 [Official]
Recovery: ClockworkMod 6.0.4.7

Tablets:
Sprint Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
ROM: CM11 [Unofficial]
Recovery: ClockworkMod 6.0.4.7

Google Nexus 7
ROM: CM11 Nightly 7/20 [Official]
Recovery: ClockworkMod 6.0.4.3

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Is it updated regularly? Do I have to reflash CM?
What is updated regularly?
Why do you want to reflash cm?

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What is updated regularly?
Why do you want to reflash cm?

Excuse typos. Sent from a handheld.
To use functionality of ROM Manager, requires you to flash whatever CWM is in the app. Was asking if they keep CWM updated so I can update that as well when new builds come out.
Devices:
Samsung Galaxy S IV
ROM: CM11 Nightly 7/20 [Official]
Recovery: ClockworkMod 6.0.4.7

Tablets:
Sprint Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
ROM: CM11 [Unofficial]
Recovery: ClockworkMod 6.0.4.7

Google Nexus 7
ROM: CM11 Nightly 7/20 [Official]
Recovery: ClockworkMod 6.0.4.3

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To use functionality of ROM Manager, requires you to flash whatever CWM is in the app. Was asking if they keep CWM updated so I can update that as well when new builds come out.
Yes.. Yes.. They do update it.

I ve used it, but now i use TWRP and goo manager for updates.

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ROM manager works with TWRP now.

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Default Re: [ROM] CyanogenMod 10.1 [OFFICIAL]

I really hate the recent apps button not working bug. No matter what I do it comes back. Sometimes even restart is not fixing it, nor cache clean and permissions.

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