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Rajaks

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Jan 18, 2015
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Hello.
I want to test a few kernels for my device. does TWRP boot backup is enough to restore back my kernel?

Ya....you can easily backup & restore Boot.img(Kernel) from TWRP.

Have look it up....
When you are trying kernels which are not supported for your device you will be bricked .Then to unbrick your device just restore stock kernel ...no need to flash stock rom. :thumbup:
 

k54k54k54

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Apr 28, 2017
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Ya....you can easily backup & restore Boot.img(Kernel) from TWRP.

Have look it up....
When you are trying kernels which are not supported for your device you will be bricked .Then to unbrick your device just restore stock kernel ...no need to flash stock rom. :thumbup:

I tried to do this with twrp on my leeco le pro 3 ,
phone restart ok but module wifi didn't stay on ???
so I was forced to use the nandroid backup

thanks
bye by K54
 

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    Hello.
    I want to test a few kernels for my device. does TWRP boot backup is enough to restore back my kernel?

    Ya....you can easily backup & restore Boot.img(Kernel) from TWRP.

    Have look it up....
    When you are trying kernels which are not supported for your device you will be bricked .Then to unbrick your device just restore stock kernel ...no need to flash stock rom. :thumbup: