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If you are already rooted and using a custom rom you probably have a recovery installed. You wont have any problem if you change the rom but make sure you have made a nandroid backup before doing anything so that you can revert back to your current state in case anything goes wrong. Choose the new custom rom wisely and follow the instruction therein and you ...


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You need to install custom recovery and flash new ROMs from this recovery. If you choose the correct custom ROM for you phone and follow the developer's installation guide, there won't be any problem. If you wanna know where you can find custom ROMs for your phone, take a look at this question. I recommend XDA developers. You can find a lot of ROMs with ...


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Adb sideload command just loads a zip file from the computer to the phone. The creator of the zip controls what it does (the recovery just uploads it from the computer and looks at a specific file). You can do a lot with it, but it's not a full rom, it's cannot replace a rom. Here is an example of an update.zip I once wrote and sideloaded it to a phone: ...


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MakeUseOf defines a ramdisk as such: The name says it all. A RAM disk is simply a bunch of memory modules that have been grouped together and then dedicated to long-term storage instead of short-term storage. The memory used is no different from ordinary RAM modules.


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Custom Roms, Stock roms, Leaked Roms, Kernels, and how to guides.(For Korean and other Popular devices you can look for custom roms here.) Tinhte A vietnamese forum that mostly contains roms for Korean versions of LG,Samsung and other HTC devices. BBS Gfan A chinese forum with a very big collection of roms for every device that you can think of. Note: ...


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Per this: ... the first letter is the release family (e.g. KitKat), second letter is the branch code (Release or Testing), and the next three characters indicate date code (quarter beginning in Q1 2009, day number within quarter).


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I'm using a custom rom and I wanted to delete the AOSP browser. I simply unzipped the custom rom zip, deleted the browser apk. Then I re-zipped the rom image and flashed it as usual on TWRP. WAY TO GO :D WORKS JUST FINE!!



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