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    Anyway to install CyanogenMod7 without factory reset?

    Hey guys. So I want Cyanogen mod 7 because it has gingerbread. Is there anyway to install it without doing a factory reset? Thanks~

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    Nope, you have to wipe data and cache.

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    Ugh ok thanks

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    Wipe data and cache is not the same as a factory reset i was having trouble with roms and traced it to a clockworkmod update that had installed an incompatible recovery file

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    Yeah. I just don't want to delete everything....

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    check out titanium backup. i bought the pro license. worth every penny.
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    A factory reset Is wiping data, that's why many phones say in their recovery factory reset/wipe data. So yes wiping data and cache is the same as a factory reset.

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    Wipe data will not delete photos or anything else stored in the internal phone storage whereas factory reset will

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    Yeah I know I just don't want to delete my apps

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    just use titanium backup as stated above.. or mybackup .. these will restore your apps and the data from them with no hassle.. i use TB everytime i wipe.. never had a problem
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