Well I just rooted my phone, now what?

I can't find any that work with gnex/ics anyone help here? I really don't want a from strickly for teething

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Will give it a try..

Another (probably noob) question: can I switch between ROMs with a from manager without needing to reflash everytime? I would like to try some but seems like such a tedious task to find one I might like

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Will give it a try..

Another (probably noob) question: can I switch between ROMs with a from manager without needing to reflash everytime? I would like to try some but seems like such a tedious task to find one I might like

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You mean like make nandroid backups and switch between them?
 
You mean like make nandroid backups and switch between them?

I guess I really don't know what that means exactly but I'll check out nandroid

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Will give it a try..

Another (probably noob) question: can I switch between ROMs with a from manager without needing to reflash everytime? I would like to try some but seems like such a tedious task to find one I might like

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I am not completley understanding your question. Are you talking about reflashing Clockworkmod recovery through ROM manager? If so, no that isn't necessary you can make your recovery permanent by deleting, renaming, or moving /system/recovery-from-boot.p . Custom ROMs won't have that file.

I guess I really don't know what that means exactly but I'll check out nandroid

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A nandroid is a full backup done in your clockworkmod recovery.
 
What I mean is I want to download 2-3 ROMs and switch between them while I try to find one I like enough to keep

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What I mean is I want to download 2-3 ROMs and switch between them while I try to find one I like enough to keep

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I remember seeing an application awhile back on Droid life that was exactly what your talking about. You load a couple roms , make backups and then use this application to choose what backup you want to load and it rebooted your phone to the other rom. Much faster then restoring backups, but I can't remember what it's called.

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I remember seeing an application awhile back on Droid life that was exactly what your talking about. You load a couple roms , make backups and then use this application to choose what backup you want to load and it rebooted your phone to the other rom. Much faster then restoring backups, but I can't remember what it's called.

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I believe the app you are talking about is Boot Manager. Be careful it you do decide to use it, it gave me issues in my thunderbolt. Probably user error. I just switch between nandroid backups if I want to switch roms. I have my current daily driver which is Axi0m2.4 and have a couple different roms on backup as I search for my next dd.
 
I believe the app you are talking about is Boot Manager. Be careful it you do decide to use it, it gave me issues in my thunderbolt. Probably user error. I just switch between nandroid backups if I want to switch roms. I have my current daily driver which is Axi0m2.4 and have a couple different roms on backup as I search for my next dd.

That sounds right. I never tried it but remember thinking that it was a cool concept.

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I flashed AOKP but it's in a boot loop. I pulled the battery to no avail. Anyone know what to do?
 
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I flashed AOKP but it's in a boot loop. I pulled the battery to no avail. Anyone know what to do?

Pull the battery out..put it back in..hold down power and volume and go into recovery mode..and maybe flash the ROM again..or go back to your stock ROM..maybe???

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I did that but it just says downloading and START. There is no other option. How do I get into recovery mode?
 
actually it says, "downloading... do not turn off target" Start is in green at the top with no other selection
 
actually it says, "downloading... do not turn off target" Start is in green at the top with no other selection

You're in Odin mode. You have to hold BOTH volume buttons down and power to get to fastboot. You can then select recovery using the volume buttons.
 
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