Originally Posted by SimoPiersi
That's why I love XDA Developers, because there are people that knows what they are saying! Thank you so much. Now I'm wondering if I should install a recovery mod as you suggested. Do you think I have to install Tasker as well? My first idea was to install Xposed modules, after rooting my device, but when they say "be careful it could **** UP your device" I wonder "Why the hell you should say that when I want to install them?", so I still think about that. Thank you again!
Tasker is not necessary for any of this. Tasker is for automating your phone to do certain tasks under specific conditions you set up. Such as setting your phone to turn on wifi based on location. You certainly don't NEED a custom recovery, but if you like to play with your phone, then it is a great way to be able to make a complete backup to restore in case of emergency. When you install and activate the Xposed framework, it will also create a zip file on your storage that will disable it while flashed through a custom recovery. If things go super wrong, you can also restore the phone via PC using fastboot tools and factory img files from Google. What I like to do is:
Download factory img files and set up adb and fastboot
Backup Nandroid and complete storage to PC
Flash whatever roms or mods
If it completely bricks and you lose access to storage then restore system from PC then redo recovery, copy files and nandroid back to storage and restore backup
bam - back in business.
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