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Default how to do a full wipe.

i want to upgrade from viper c2 5.00 to 5.10

can u teach me how to do a full wipe, im using twrp.

cuz i read many threads and its all different methods, thanks.
 
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Just factory reset from twrp. That should suffice. But if you really want to do a full wipe then you can manually select what you want to wipe from advance tab in wipe

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Just factory reset from twrp. That should suffice. But if you really want to do a full wipe then you can manually select what you want to wipe from advance tab in wipe

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I just did this before flashing a new ROM and seem to have lost Root privilege.

Is this normally what happens when Factory Resetting with TWRP?
 
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I just did this before flashing a new ROM and seem to have lost Root privilege.

Is this normally what happens when Factory Resetting with TWRP?
Yes it's normal.
TWRP will ask you to restore root privilege before leaving recovery. Just follow the procedure.
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