su logcat -v threadtime -f /sdcard/catlog.txt
Strange,I upgraded from 2.2 to 2.3 and then to 2.4 with Link2sd and everything worked fine.I downgraded to 2.3 for other reasons later.I will try to upgrade from 2.3 to 2.5 with Link2sd installed and will report back.
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Not trying to be picky here BUT... please consider that:
1. This ROM does not use the cache partition (except for recovery log files). Wiping cache via CWR does nothing at all.
2. The Dalvik is automatically wiped and rebuilt by the ROM when you update to a new version (remember that little screen where it is installing or processing your apps?) - you are wasting time and lowering the life of your solid-state memory.
I don't doubt it but if you laundered your shirt each time you upgraded and you never had a problem... well, laundering the shirt still would have nothing to do with it.
I am considering the option of installing this ROM to my HD2 EU device.
I currently use Dorimanx ROM ver 2.3.7 (CM 7.4.5) with a highly customized GoLauncher, a2sd (1 GB partition, 256 MB SWAP). I wouldn't want to have to reconfigure all over again so I was wondering what would be the best option to preserve my settings and apps to the new ROM. I found some mixed responses on the use of Titanium Backup. It seems that some apps would get corrupted and restoring settings and data from CM7 to CM9 using TB causes a number of errors. There are many other backup programs, but it seems that most of them are doing the same thing as TB and may fail.
Is there a good tool that was proven to work well in porting CM7 apps and settings into a CM9 ROM? What would be the best plan when doing the upgrade considering the current software details described above?
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