Originally Posted by kiranos
thanks for the input, but option one is actually converting the rom between bootloaders right? not swithing to the new bootloader on my phone.
And I looked at the All-in-One tool, is it "4 - Repartition your device with preferred layout and bootloader" which is beeing refered to when switching bootloaders between old and new?
This type of question, shouldn't be asked in this section. (as there is a Questions and Answers section, that this and your previous question has been answered)
I gave you both options in case you wished to stay on the old Bootloader.
The AIO tool is very straight forward. as long as the correct drivers are installed. and you have made a backup of all your personal things you'd like to keep (pictures / movies) - as you cannot restore data from one bootloader to the other. so moving is a clean slate.
i use 9 - to edit the layout of the partitions (to make the best of space since i dont use alot of the other (new) partitions created in the new bootloader, then i use 4 to flash the new partition using my custom edit table. and i choose the TWRP for recovery. after the process is finished it will ask you to turn on the phone, to enter recovery, and connect phone again, to fix your SD card. (as it was not formatted properly during the repartition) once thats done, your ready to flash NBL roms.
The process for going back to the old BL is the exact same. - full back, (manual backup of personal items) repartition, fix SD, flash rom.
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