refer to this:
Android Rooted: What is Nandroid Backup?
During the rooting process, first thing you do is flash a recovery image. For instance with the droid 1, you may want to flash SP Recovery on the device and that will enable nandroid backups. Once rooted, have a ROM installed, and its stable and all, you may want to back it up to the SD card as a Nandroid backup. There's SP Recovery or ClockworkMod. ClockworkMod comes from Rom manager, an app from the market that allows you to download roms, kernels, themes, updates, perform backups, fix permissions, flash alternate recovery (SP Recovery), or partition the SD card. Rom manager makes things easier basically. There's the free version RM and the premium version at cost. That's my understanding.
ok well ive been running the ub2.5 on my og moto droid a.d it is the best rom ive tried to date. tried the ud3.0 when it was beta and was like wow but went back to ud2.5 because ud3.0 just wasnt ready yet. but if the camera issue getts fixed i will flash it again.
well here is my problem i know ud uses adw launcher. well im wondering does the ud2.5 have a ud based version of adw running/ my droid says it daoes because i cant update adw. but i have a buddy who is running ud2.5 on his evo 4g and he loves it als but he was able to update adw launcher. so is it deffert for each phone. or should i try to flash 2.5 again. i do believe 2.4 had the custom ud version of adw installed but i didnt think 2.5 did?/ i could be wrong. any help people.
Does anyone find that when you change the font, the phone slows down? Does anyone know how to keep that from happening? Would love to change the font so I can see it better. the default font is just a little hard on my eyes.