- Oct 7, 2011
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So I'm reading around about ICS and I'm very excited. From what Google has shown and what I've seen by playing with the Nexus and Verizon, I can't wait. However, like is being said, with the new OS will most likely come with some inherent issues, especially for those of us who like to root/modify their phones. Currently, the consensus seems to be that a Nandroid backup of a GB system will not correctly restore after upgrading to ICS. That being said, the only way to go back would be a full flash through the bootloader. Considering the locked bootloader on our phones, would it be possible to dump the phone OS, and all associated data to a PC and create a flashable FXZ? This way there would be a surefire way to restore the phone to GB, as well as retaining all apps/settings etc., if ICS was not someone's cup of tea. Anyone have experience or knowledge of this?