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    i understand when ur on a custom rom and u flash another you should clear data/cache bbut say if im just going from a custom rom to my stock backup do i still need to clear data/cache
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    I never have, and I have never heard of anyone else wiping/data/cache before restoring a back-up, I don't think it can hurt though
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    I understand the reluctance to not want to do a wipe. I'd try it without the wipe.
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    thanks i didnt want to but didnt wan to mess anything up also its my 1st time
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    I have never wiped before restoring a back-up and that method has never caused a problem for me
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    If you are restoring to a backup (nandroid), that will involve overwriting /system, /data, and /cache with the copy in the backup. It's irrelevant whether you erase /data and /cache before restoring, because they are going to be overwritten anyway.

    Installing a ROM is different than restoring to a backup because installing only writes to /system (typically)
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