ROM Manager app

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is this as easy as it seems on youtube?? do i really just d/l this app and can install (almost) any custom ROM? including ones for ese81? as long as im rooted...

will i need to be rooted and using clockwork? i have sp right now. 4$ seems unbelievably worth it and so easy.

sounds too good to be true
 
yeah you can download the free version which gives you cyanogenmod and stock images i believe then if you want to theme that there are options once you purchase the lisence. When you run it the first option is to flash clockworkmod. its really conivienent
 
yeah, it is that easy to use ,and you definitely need to be rooted! You can use just the free version if you want to "try before you buy".The paid one gives you more roms to choose from, plus some extra goodies.You need to have the free one installed anyways before you can use the paid one.
 
it is worth it and easy download the free one first if you are going to but it for the 4 dollar one is just the contract you need the free one first for it to run
 
I installed the free version and want to try changing from DroidMod to CyanogenMod and the ROM option is grayed out. What am I missing here?
 
you have to click the top one that flashes clockworkmods recovory over sprecovery or your stock to get access to the roms and backups..
 
you have to click the top one that flashes clockworkmods recovory over sprecovery or your stock to get access to the roms and backups..

Then what? I clicked that, a pop up window asked me to verify if it was a Motorola Droid (CDMA) which I did then.... nothing. What's the next step?
 
Did it flash Clockwork? If it did you can select download ROM at that point and have at it ;)
 
you have to click the top one that flashes clockworkmods recovory over sprecovery or your stock to get access to the roms and backups..

Then what? I clicked that, a pop up window asked me to verify if it was a Motorola Droid (CDMA) which I did then.... nothing. What's the next step?
When you click it and choose Droid, it downloads and then flashes the recovery. THEN you can flash clockwork, it won't be grey anymore.
 
Well, I click it and nothing seems to happen. I wait a while and still nothing. I closed the program and then opened again and I get an error message that says 'You must have the ClockWorkMod Recovery installed to flash and restore ROMs'

What am I doing wrong here?
 
Also, not sure if this is related or not but I rebooted the phone shortly after that because I needed to change the battery and upon rebooting I received the OTA 2.1 update message which I haven't seen in a month or more so I'm not sure what clicking that did but it appears to have done something I guess.
 
You can load Cyanogenmod for free with the free Rom Manager. You can also load all the other roms for free from the free Rom Manager if you are smart enough to download the rom to your sd card on your own.... :) After you download whatever rom you want to your sd card you can use the free version to install it. So you can do everything from the free version if you are willing to do the rom downloading on your own.

However the Premium version (only 4 bucks) makes it easier and is a good way to show support. I purchased the premium version to give thanks.

Rom Manager is awesome! You can load any roms, make backups, use either Clockwork or Sprecovery. You can go back to stock 2.0.1 or rooted stock 2.1. (If you go back to stock 2.0.1 you will be asked within minutes to apply the 2.1 update by Verizon.)

Rom Manager is one of my favorite apps. And yes in order to use it you have to be rooted.
 
Also, not sure if this is related or not but I rebooted the phone shortly after that because I needed to change the battery and upon rebooting I received the OTA 2.1 update message which I haven't seen in a month or more so I'm not sure what clicking that did but it appears to have done something I guess.
If you installed the 2.1 update then you just unrooted yourself. The only way to use rom manager now will be to use RSD Lite to go back to 2.0.1 and then reroot and reinstall RM.
 
Also, not sure if this is related or not but I rebooted the phone shortly after that because I needed to change the battery and upon rebooting I received the OTA 2.1 update message which I haven't seen in a month or more so I'm not sure what clicking that did but it appears to have done something I guess.
If you installed the 2.1 update then you just unrooted yourself. The only way to use rom manager now will be to use RSD Lite to go back to 2.0.1 and then reroot and reinstall RM.

No, I didn't install it. I'm still rooted. All I'm saying is that once again I'm getting the message again which I haven't seen in quite some time. This was after doing what I was told to do a few posts up so I'm not sure that it did what it was supposed to do but it did something. I need to know what it is I'm supposed to do becuase I thought I did what I was told but didn't seem to get the same things I was told I would get by doing so.
 
Okay when you go into Rom Manager, at the very top is "Flash ClockwordMod Recovery" and right under that is shows your current recovery and latest recovery. What does it say there?
 
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