How do you install Ultimate Droid?

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  1. sxm

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    I wanted to get an idea how many people install Ultimate Droid and HOW they install it.

    It should help Black Droid in some way.

    What I am personally interested in is how many people bought Rom Manager Premium to download Ultimate Droid.

    Thanks all.

    edit: if there is an option I missed, PM me
     
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  2. icculusX

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    well, do you want to switch roms or what? Go back to stock? Unroot? What do you want to do exactly?

    EDIT: I see you changed this topic to a poll... ROM Manager baby, however I hate when Clockwork F***s up my backups, but lately they have been OK.
     
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  3. Anj

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    I don't think the poll is meant to sway the TS' means of doing so; I think it is just a general survey on the communities general preferred means to do so...

    And I use ROM Manager OTA. Easy as pie.

    Edit: You edited as I wrote this post :p
     
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    I love being able to download and flash on the fly without needing a PC. Something that winmo will never have. And these OTA ROM managers are awesome!!! Between Android and Ubuntu I dont need windows anymore, except for college.
     
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    I ONLY WIPE data when there is a new BUILD in the ROM (ie. ese53 to ereXX, etc)

    No reason to wipe using same ROM build unless you are having issues.
     
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    True. That would also be the first option in the poll.
     
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    ROM Manager here... and I wiped first
     
  8. hedney3

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    im done. i give up
     
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    I prefer nandroid, I had a bad experience with Rom Manager and will probably be hesitant to use it again for a while. You can still just access this site and download it directly to the phone and then move it to the nandroid folder on the SD Card. I'm not sure if Rom Manager has a faster download speed or not, but nandroid works for me.
     
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    I loved Rom Manager and look forward to BD's replacement. Without that I use Nandroid with a wipe first.
     
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    update.zip using SPRecovery and data and cache wipe every time gives the cleanest install. Just my opinion. Rom Manager was nice but i just think recovery method is better
     
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    I have no problem paying for another ROM manager, supporting the developers is a good thing. I Think these also allow more people to try custom ROMs since it simplifies the installation for most people. I am chomping at the bit for BDs new ROM and upcoming manager.
     
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