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Default Cyanogenmod Unofficial 11 update?

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I am talking about this btw but does updating this rom the same as others? Install the rom again and just clear cache?
 
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I am talking about this btw but does updating this rom the same as others? Install the rom again and just clear cache?
What you're asking and identified is the standard operating procedures with ROM updates and is stated in the dev thread already.
 
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What you're asking and identified is the standard operating procedures with ROM updates and is stated in the dev thread already.
The update section that is on the thread is telling me to wipe my phone which is something I don't want to do
 
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The update section that is on the thread is telling me to wipe my phone which is something I don't want to do
Wiping data is required for installing all custom roms.
Backup data you want to keep, anything you don't want to lose should be backed up anyways...
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mattmejia talks about update, and not first installing from stock or any other ROM
wipe data not required in this case.
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mattmejia talks about update, and not first installing from stock or any other ROM
wipe data not required in this case.
I only clear cache correct?
 
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The update section that is on the thread is telling me to wipe my phone which is something I don't want to do
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I only clear cache correct?
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Just follow my previous post no data will be lost.

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