Factory Reset

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  1. BackSeatSuicide

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    I have the Juiced theme installed on my GB 588 Leak, and my nandroid backup of Stock GB 588 got erased (dont ask me how lol) so in order to get the theme off i was gonna use that, but since its gone, i have to figure out some other way, as opposed to SBF'ing and reinstalling GB 588, would a factory reset work instead, and get me back to stock GB 588 ?
     
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    Nope. Factory reset only resets user data. You can try a reinsatll of the rom and just wipe cache.
     
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    i knew i could reinstall the rom, i just wanted to try and avoid that or having to SBF, but looks like i will have to try one of those two options, oh well, thanks for the info bro
     
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    As long as you don't wipe data, your info will still be there
     
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    well i figured out a better way lol on accident, just installed the new GB update that P3droid released for the GB Leak, and it took the theme off lol mission accomplished
     
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