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[Q] wiping and flashing too many times, life xpectancy of memory?

OP hxx86590

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21st February 2014, 12:34 AM   |  #1  
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Hello, i own a moto, and i have been flashing cyanogenmod everyday for about a month , everytime i flash a .zip, it envolves restoring the original image .xml.zip gpe or non-gpe, then again supersu.zip, install cwm in recovery, reboot after reboot (heating the device), and then reinstall and configure cyanogenmod. I just like experimenting so that i can learn by myself.

Lets say 25 times all that process with help of MotoTool by Alonso and Minimal adb + fastboot..

My concern is if the internal memory can be in a not-so-good state as in the beginning, not just because of the data i write, but formatting or partitioning, wiping cache, dalvik... or whatever is done.

I have read somewhere about wear leveling, but i want real cases, tell me if you have had a phone and have done this or even more times, and the phone works ok after months or year.

Thank you in advance.
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