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2nd June 2014, 05:10 AM |#1  
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Hi guys...just got a question...if I flash aosp Rom and make a nandroid of Sense can I come back to it or I can't anymore? I have the m8 from T-Mobile. Thanks

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2nd June 2014, 07:15 AM |#2  
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Hi guys...just got a question...if I flash aosp Rom and make a nandroid of Sense can I come back to it or I can't anymore? I have the m8 from T-Mobile. Thanks

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If you make a Nandroid backup on TWRP or CWM, or download the stock RUU, then you can always come back to stock.
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If you make a Nandroid backup on TWRP or CWM, or download the stock RUU, then you can always come back to stock.

Thanks....so I have a sense nandroid. But want to try aosp then I want sense back then I restore nand. Nothing will happen?

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2nd June 2014, 08:44 AM |#4  
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Thanks....so I have a sense nandroid. But want to try aosp then I want sense back then I restore nand. Nothing will happen?

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Correct. I used to switch back and forth between sense and aosp on the M7. As long as you have a backup you'll be good

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Correct. I used to switch back and forth between sense and aosp on the M7. As long as you have a backup you'll be good

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Nice thanks bro!

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Nice thanks bro!

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The only thing is that's different is, if you decide to convert the phone to a GPE phone with the GPE RUU, you have to use the stock RUU to go back to sense.
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The only thing is that's different is, if you decide to convert the phone to a GPE phone with the GPE RUU, you have to use the stock RUU to go back to sense.

But if I don't want to turn It to GPE just custom Rom. Nothing will happen when I flash back to sense?

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No. It's fine.
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