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nandroid restore question

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by jntdroid, May 7, 2010.

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    I want to go back to plain jane stock root. Here's what I've done in this order: wipe and flash 2.0.1, stock 2.1 OTA, flash sprecovery, adb root/busybox, install apps, nandroid and mybackup (data+apps), MM'd a few custom themes and some custom icons among some other aesthetical and widget related stuff...

    Here are my 2 options:

    1: wipe, then nandroid restore / mybackup restore

    2: wipe, then start over the steps laid out above, completely from scratch, stopping after the nandroid/mybackup

    My question: does 1 = 2, or is 2 cleaner?
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    Same question cross posted here: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/rescue-squad/43130-quick-nandroid-question.html
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