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Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by soccer568, May 4, 2010.

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    Alright i want to root my droid and i read a guide saying after i get SPrecovery the smartest thing to would be to do a simple nandroid backup.How can i do this?The guide also said that to go back to stock you would first go to 2.01 and then go to 2.1 how would i do that?
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    Well nandroid will be available when you reboot into sprecovery(holding down x while pressing the power button). There will be an option to backup then nandroid backup. Is your phone currently rooted?
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    no i want to root it so ive been looking into a guide on here.It says once you have flashed SPrecovery the best thing to do is to create a nandroid backup so i was just wondering where i could find it but now i have thanks for the help.