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How to Backup ROM on Rooted T-Mobile Galaxy S2! [SGH-T989]


For those of you who rooted your T-Mobile Galaxy S2 SGH-T989, I HIGHLY advise you to make a backup of your rooted stock ROM just in case something goes wrong.

Here’s how to backup ROM on your T-Mobile Galaxy S2:

Make sure you have an external microSD card inserted on your T-Mobile Galaxy S2 before beginning as backups are only saved to your external microSD.

Step 1. Download ROM Manager off the Market and install.

Step 2. Open up ROM Manager and choose “Flash ClockworkMod Recovery”. ¬†This will install the latest version.

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How to Backup/Restore Apps with Titanium Backup on Galaxy S2!


Once you’ve made a backup of your current ROM, you will also want to learn how to backup and restore with Titanium Backup app as this method will allow you to quickly restore your apps when you install a new ROM on your Galaxy S2. ¬†(The ClockworkMod method backups up your WHOLE system including the ROM itself so you need another method to restore your apps such as this Titanium Backup app when installing new ROMs.)

First, you will need a

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How to Backup/Restore ROM on Galaxy S2!

For those of you who’ve recently rooted your Samsung Galaxy S2 Android smartphone, you will probably want to learn how to backup/restore ROMs on your phone using ClockworkMod Recovery. By backing up your rooted ROM, you will have an insurance in case something goes wrong in the future such as bricking your phone while installing a new kernel or ROM.

After rooting, we highly advise you to backup your rooted stock ROM as you will also need this to unroot if needed later on.

Here’s how to backup/restore ROM on your Galaxy S2:

Step 1. Power off your phone then r

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