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Default How many backups do you keep?

I've had a few instances where a backup saved me from hours of re-flashing, re-installing apps and having to start from scratch. I always have 2 backups on my sd card, and copies of those backups on my computer, and another set on a Verbatim usb flash drive.
 
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I've had a few instances where a backup saved me from hours of re-flashing, re-installing apps and having to start from scratch. I always have 2 backups on my sd card, and copies of those backups on my computer, and another set on a Verbatim usb flash drive.
I keep one backup only, that too on my PC
You have too many backups!! (For me at least )

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I keep one backup only, that too on my PC
You have too many backups!! (For me at least )

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I alwayd do Nandroid once before each clean flash , occasionally before dirty flash.

I only have EFS , contacts and maybe some little more important things backed up into PC , that's it
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I only kept two EFS backup (in case of) and that's all about data.
Everytime I make a fresh install of the required applications I want to restart with. (my Playstore account)
This way no risk to worry about something going wrongly.
 
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I think I've got almost every backup I've done on my computer from all 3 smart phones I've had.
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Possibly at least 10 backups each 😰

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