2.3.340 update and ROM backups

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    Okay one question before I install this new update. Is there any reason to keep all my other ROM backups? Right now I am running SSX 1.0, but I have backups of rubix, apex, stock, and stock with themes...so I could switch ROMs at my convenience. My question is, after I install my stock 2.3.15 backup and accept the new OTA update is there any reason to keep all those backups? If I take the OTA and then try to flash back to one of the ROM backups, wont I be screwed?

    Just trying to clear some space on my SD card, any and all comments are welcome.

    P.S. z4root does work on the new update. I just updated the wife's stock phone and z4root rooted it rather quickly.

    One more question...?

    What ROMs/Themes work with the new 2.2.1?
     
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    Actually no , Those roms will not work on the Leak so They won't be of any use to you. IMHO! I would make a nandroid of your Stock OS once you Successfully upgrade to the leak. Its not difficult at all. Just be sure to follow directions "VERBATIM" . I did and now am all good w/all the compatible roms for the leak..I wish you the Best.
     
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    Leak or ota once you upgrade your old backups are worthless. As for what works with the update, apex 1.3 and the latest tranq are all I know of at the moment.

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    is the sbf file out for the OTA yet? or is 2.3.32 the .340 sbf?
     
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    Thanks for the input, I was pretty sure my old backups were worthless.

    I was thinking about giving the new apex a try. I am really hoping for a new SSX ROM.
     
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    I was also wondering if the full SBF for the 2.3.340 update was going to be available anytime soon. It is nice to not have any worries when I start flashing ROMs and themes.
     
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    TranQ 3.5+ and Fission (latest vers) are the only two I know of that work on the update.
     
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    DarkslideV4 is up to date as well. Also a patch update for focused(leak)

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    The 340 sbf is not out. The 320 sbf is out. Also, there is a 340 system only sbf. Fortunately, you can use the 320 sbf on top of 340, so all of this gives us a recovery path. If you brick at 340, sbf to 320 and then upgrade again to 340.

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