I've got too many apps and too much memory being slammed and too much corrupted data from all the crap i've been doing to my poor phone. I need a clean restart. I know were to get all the info for that, I've even got my own back up i'd be comfortable with going back to (it was my first back up as soon as my rooting was accomplished). I'm still hazy though on what I'll be able to safely get back (such as data, settings, apps, and the like).
I know there's no way this many people do factory restores almost every day if they couldn't easily get back at least their apps, or something telling them what their apps were and doing a mega long reinstall of each one individually (not so fun) or some recovered settings or something. the small amount of knowledge i have on this stuff makes me think I can only do a full wipe and start from scratch, or use a back up nandroid thing or clockwork it, which would essentially keep the whole phone in the same condition (or so i think, please correct me if im wrong!).
So please, to clear out my phone (moto droid), I need to know what I'll be able to recover, what I wont, and the correct way to go about it. Thank you!
*EDIT* After going through other threads for a minute it made me think about the amount of roms i've gone through, if i did a wipe before some, and not before others... Does having this many roms or update.zips or whatever cause issues as well? my latest theme and rom all worked great for a while, just recently is it slowing down, which is what made me think apps and data in the first place. another thing i noticed was the amount of launchers i have. the original home, the rooted home, helix 1 and 2, (was there another?), but the only one i want to use is GDE. right now its deffinately my favorite, so i dont want helix and all the others taking up space, or more importantly memory