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12th June 2014, 08:27 AM |#11  
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Just use system 3 and beyond and you will be OK....stock ROM will always be there unless you touch sys 1 and 2

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How do you remove an unwanted rom? Right now I am playing with slimkat which so far is pretty stable..it dont have the features i like but its stable as heck..its on system 3 ..also do i need to back up my stock os as long as i dont install a rom on system 1 and two? Stock is always there as long as i only put roms on 3 on right?


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12th June 2014, 08:32 AM |#12  
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How do you remove an unwanted rom? Right now I am playing with slimkat which so far is pretty stable..it dont have the features i like but its stable as heck..its on system 3 ..also do i need to back up my stock os as long as i dont install a rom on system 1 and two? Stock is always there as long as i only put roms on 3 on right?


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I would back up just in case but yes if you leave sys 1 and 2 alone nothing should happen to them......and to overwrite slimkat just format the system its on and the standard factory reset (format /data /cache /delvick) and you should be OK for a new ROM on that system

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I would back up just in case but yes if you leave sys 1 and 2 alone nothing should happen to them......and to overwrite slimkat just format the system its on and the standard factory reset (format /data /cache /delvick) and you should be OK for a new ROM on that system

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Is there any roms that actually support 4g? I have tried several and not one has the 4g setting under network settings

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I don't know.....I don't own a atrix 2 my brother does and he does not use the cell service on it so I don't know.....and also if you overwrite a ROM you may have to destroy the system you want to put it on...in my experience just formating leads to system uid errors and crashes

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