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4th February 2014, 01:52 PM |#11  
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Cannot I just replace my dialer apk?

It's easier to just do a clean install (wipe /system, flash previous build, then flash delta) or simply install the full ROM...
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It's easier to just do a clean install (wipe /system, flash previous build, then flash delta) or simply install the full ROM...

As I do have cm11 which is Aosp based, I can reinstall without losing my apps. Am I right?
4th February 2014, 02:22 PM |#13  
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As I do have cm11 which is Aosp based, I can reinstall without losing my apps. Am I right?

You have to flash data or factory reset to lose all your apps. This is optional in installing/migrating/upgrading of AOSP Kitkat ROMs. Do it if you experience many forced closes or glitches. It is also recommended (not optional) to wipe cache and dalvik cache, and if you want to ensure even cleaner installation, wipe /system.
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You have to flash data or factory reset to lose all your apps. This is optional in installing/migrating/upgrading of AOSP Kitkat ROMs. Do it if you experience many forced closes or glitches. It is also recommended (not optional) to wipe cache and dalvik cache, and if you want to ensure even cleaner installation, wipe /system.

you could use titanium backup and backup the apps you need
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