Switching from rsdlite root to rom manager

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    Im just curious i rooted my phone with rsdlite and it works great but i am really dumb when it comes to roms and overclocking so i was wondering if i should switch to rom manager and how do i do that can i just download it and start using it or is there more to it...
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    Yea, pretty much all you have to do is download it and flash it with the clockwork recovery which is on the manager. I would suggest you go ahead and donate so you can have access to the best roms. Make sure you do a backup. Also get the paid version of titanium backup. It puts eveything back on your phone easily.
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    + that Rom manager is very easy and has all you need right in the app. I agree get the paid app for full benefit.
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    another +1 for Rom Manager... If I had to use RSDlite every time I wanted to try a new rom, I wouldnt try as many as I have... plus its super handy for adding leaked wallpapers and stuff like that.

    (buy the full version/premium)

    start with something like Lithium Mod... its easy to install lets you pick everything from Over Clock kernel to theme to add ons...even your system font. if you go with lithmod also DL the goodies folder for boot animations and live wallpapers
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    I'd suggest using ROM Manager regardless of level of experience.