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[Q] Is it bad for the phone from doing often factory reset or installing custom roms

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Smile [Q] Is it bad for the phone from doing often factory reset or installing custom roms

As title says, is it bad for the phone from doing to often Factory Reset or Flashing a custom rom?

By the way i'm new to this Android world, and i know my question is kinda silly or whatever but just wanna make sure hehe cya around!
 
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I think ur battery don't like it. And u got low change to lost efs folder when u flash roms

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I don't really think it's hard on your battery. Resetting your phone after flashing is always a good thing, for it wipes the remainings of the previous ROM, thus minimizing the chance of recurring or any new bugs. Also, it's good for performance :]
 
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I don't really think it's hard on your battery. Resetting your phone after flashing is always a good thing, for it wipes the remainings of the previous ROM, thus minimizing the chance of recurring or any new bugs. Also, it's good for performance :]
Rebooting ur phone will eat ur battery fast.

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Rebooting ur phone will eat ur battery fast.

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Yeah, but you don't do a factory reset every day ;]
 
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Yeah, but you don't do a factory reset every day ;]
Yeah but rom flashin waste battery too

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That's a really silly thing to worry about. As long as you don't manage to brick your phone (very very low chance), it's fine.
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really it's nothing to worry about
all you can see in battery performance changes, is that, the custom rom sucks up more battery
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