I am going to try out CyanogenMod tonight on my phone. Before I do that, however, I am curious about one thing. I performed a NANDROID backup, per instructions that I received on this site (thank you to Bryan), as well as a Titanium Backup of all my applications and data. What I am confused about is - say I really screw something up during the CyanogenMod process? How would I recover from that? From my own research, it appears it works something like this:
- Made NANDROID backup. (Should be on the SD card.)
- If something goes completely screwy, boot into Recovery mode (hold X on boot, Volume Up + Camera key).
- Flash using the NANDROID backup off the SD card to return to a safe state.
- Get Titanium and restore all apps.
Is it really that simple, or am I missing some aspect? (I should just do it, but I'm a bit worried about royally screwing up my phone.)