[Q] Reinstalling Android Revolution HD ROM and upgrading to a later version
2.5 years ago I bought my HTC Sensation, after a while I was getting several errors and problems with email servers etc. I decided I wanted a custom ROM that worked well. I had an HTC Touch HD before this phone and was successful in putting a new ROM on that without too many problems, so I thought I was able to do it with my HTC Sensation as well. So I got a ROM (Android Revolution from Mike1986 and installed it. It took me a lot of trouble to get it done and a lot of time to get through it all to understand it, but I managed and worked flawlessly.
Now to the issue. After 2 years my phone is way slower again with the Android Revolution ROM from Mike, it is probably my own fault or just that a device gets slower after 2 years of use so no problem there. Anyway, I want to reinstall my phone again and have the current information in the bootloader:
PYRAMID PVT SHIP S-ON RL
Jan 13 2013, 17:33:34
What I would like to know is, what are the steps I should take. Since I already installed a Custom ROM before, and it being a very long time ago (not remembering it all), do I need to go through the same process again as I did at the start? Could you please point me in the right direction, I don't want to mess up my phone and I need to know which steps to take before I can reinstall the latest Android Revolution ROM
I absolutely love the Android Revolution ROM, fast, works great, no nonsense. So huge kudos to Mike for it!
I just need some pointing in the right direction, what to do and what not to do. So which guides to use, which specific parts of the guides, what to skip etcetera. It has been a long time for me that I looked in to this so I am a bit rusty on the 'Installing custom roms' topic and don't want to wreck my phone.
Thanks a lot for your help!