Rom flashing question.

Discussion in 'Droid X2 Development' started by 03civicdx, Nov 22, 2011.

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    I have been on the liberty rom for a few weeks. Kinda looking for a change. If I want to flash eclipse or molten do I have to sbf to stock 2.3.4? Or can I just flash over liberty since it is also 2.3.4? Along with data wipe of course.

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    I always recommend going back to stock when going between ROMs. Heck, you should always SBF when going between builds of the same ROMs.

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    agreed, going back to stock is the cleanest way to go from ROM to ROM. It is inconvenient though, so as long as the ROM you want to flash is on the same kernel as the ROM you're on you should be fine as long as you do a factory reset, cache wipe, etc
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    I just booted into recovery and did a wipe and flashed the new rom with no issues. I sure miss being able to use rom manager.

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