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    Remove CM6/ Custom ROMs

    I have a rooted droid with CM6 installed and want to find out how to remove it. I can't seem to find a nandroid on my phone from before I installed CM6 because I put it on pretty much as soon as I rooted. I want to get CM6 off my phone so that I can try out some other ROMs and get a nandroid that I can revert back to to make this whole process easier. Is there an easy way to uninstall/remove it? Any help would be much appreciated.
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    Just install whatever ROM you want to try, wiping Data/Cache. You don't have to remove ROM's to install another ROM. The "new" ROM will replace whatever ROM you are running.
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    Ok thts easy enough. Do i need to install new kernels with each rom?
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    Ok thts easy enough. Do i need to install new kernels with each rom?
    If there is a particular kernel or speed you want yes....but all should have a stock/default kernel. Kernels are easy to replace and you can change out without affecting the ROM if you like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ace8707 View Post
    Ok thts easy enough. Do i need to install new kernels with each rom?
    Most(if not all) roms install their own kernel during rom installation

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