Originally Posted by SalvationLoft
I just s-offed my HTC Sensation, supercid, unlocked and rooted my phone. I am using 4EXT touch recovery. This is all with my stock 8g, I just purchased a 32 gig and want to know what I have to do to ready it to make the switch. I am planning on updating my firmware to use the current Android Revolution HD™ 6.5.2. This is my first time trying out a ROM.
1. Always, Always ALWAYS make a NANDROID backup of your current ROM. To do so, go to your Custom Recovery and Backup the Whole ROM.
What this does is that it simply backup everything ( setting, rom, software, etc.. ) and put it on your SD Card. If something was to happen(bad flash, bootloops etc), You can just go in recovery, and recover your phone with that. It then reinstall everything the way it was.
2. Even though you have already made a NANDROID backup of your current ROM, DO make a backup of your apps using Titanium Backup or System Tuner, So that later on when you are on a new ROM, you could still recover all your Applications & data that you installed on the previous ROM.
and read the whole post http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1471941