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13th January 2014, 03:24 AM |#21  
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Looks right. I have an i747m, not the i747.

Ok lastly I need help with the backup.

I restored after flashing the rom and then it went back to the other rom apparently and all how it was.

How can I restore and be in the new rom?

Or how do you work this out so you don't have to start installing all over again?
 
 
13th January 2014, 03:26 AM |#22  
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Ok lastly I need help with the backup.

I restored after flashing the rom and then it went back to the other rom apparently and all how it was.

How can I restore and be in the new rom?

Or how do you work this out so you don't have to start installing all over again?

The best thing is to install the new ROM, create a backup in TWRP, restore your old ROM.
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13th January 2014, 03:32 AM |#23  
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The best thing is to install the new ROM, create a backup in TWRP, restore your old ROM.

Ok I can't follow how you telling me to instal the new rom and then back up new rom and restore again?

Not sure I follow man.

It's now running on new ROM and all is new, no contacts or anything of course.

So I do a back up now and restore from that back up?
13th January 2014, 03:36 AM |#24  
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Ok I can't follow how you telling me to instal the new rom and then back up new rom and restore again?

Not sure I follow man.

It's now running on new ROM and all is new, no contacts or anything of course.

So I do a back up now and restore from that back up?

This is what I do: install new rom, set it up completely with emails, contacts, etc. , boot into TWRP, create a backup.
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This is what I do: install new rom, set it up completely with emails, contacts, etc. , boot into TWRP, create a backup.

Understood.

Is there any way to backup the emails, contacts, etc?

It's ok, nvm I'll work on this from scratch.
Thank you very much.
13th January 2014, 03:43 AM |#26  
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Understood.

Is there any way to backup the emails, contacts, etc?

It's ok, nvm I'll work on this from scratch.
Thank you very much.

You can install Titanium Backup from the Playstore and use that.
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