I have been rocking Liberty 2.0.1 for the last couple weeks and it is fantastically stable and so much better than stock. I think I finally got everything working just the way I want it. My phone is rock solid and doing what it should do.
So naturally, I am now considering installing the new Liberty GB beta releases as they also appear to be very stable. My biggest problem is that I need a good exit strategy if I run into any showstoppers after upgrading to GB.
For example, I would love to make a nandroid backup of where I am now with 2.0.1 and roll right back to it if I hit any speedbumps with GB. From what I have read, I am gathering it will not be that easy since GB has a new kernel. Is this correct?
If so, what is the process to get back to 2.0.1? Would I need to SBF, re-root, install Liberty Toolbox and then restore my nandroid backup of 2.0.1?
I have never SBF'd before so I would prefer to avoid that if possible. I did burn the ISO from this thread and keep it as a security blanket. This appears to be the easiest/safest way to SBF from what I have seen so far:
Linux solution to your Windows/RSD lite problems
...and it appears to work from what I am reading. Also curious, if anyone has used this method to SBF and any thoughts they have to share.