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Discussion in 'UltimateDroid' started by rvnwlf, Dec 17, 2010.
rvnwlf: select to reboot system. Then use ROM manager to install UD
Ahh.. Okay Now I see it. I had to do the flash recovery again. I did that a couple of days ago. It seems like you need to do that right before you use the reboot to recovery option. Is that the way it should be?
With RM, yeah sometimes ... it can be kinda finicky at times.
Another reason I use SPRecovery
Yeah, I agree it's def more reliable. But when flashing many ROMs and themes for testing purposes, not having to change the .zips to update makes for a lot less confusion :tongue:
With a little luck this will be the last set of questions for a bit. When using Titanium Backup do I want to just backup user data or do I want to do system data as well? I'm not sure what it means by system data. In my mine I could see that being bad for a custom ROM when you restore the info. Or am I way off base on that?
Next how do I recover that data backed up with TB? After the ROM is installed will I just have to brab TB from the market again.
You are correct ... I never restore system data. Just apps and app data.
If you have the free TB, you'll have to do it app by app. The paid version runs it for you ...
I purchesed TB and I can run the batch on all but it's funny I don't see TB in the list of apps
The market may take a while to d/l all you apps. Depending on signal and amount of apps, it could take up a half hour or more.
I use clockwork and have had zero problems.
Also - Titanium Backup CAN backup and restore texts..most people don't realize it. Dialer Storage.