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    I have installed two ROM Managers on my Note, ROM Manager and ROM Toolbox. A lot of this is over my head, but wondering if y'all use either of these or another one and what tips/tricks you might have.

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    I use Rom Toolbox Pro Roger and like it very well. Not too much you can't do with it. Has a emulator for editing script, can access everything on your SDCard and your internal. Manage apps, add apk's, backup and restore, etc. I'm pretty familiar with it so hit me up if you decide to use it.
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    Sorry Roger. I manage everything manually.
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    Geez, is this the help one gets?
    One is familiar, the other is still doing manual labor. Good grief.
    Just skip me. I'm on iOS.

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    I keep several folders on my SD card.
    APK, ROM, Kernel, and Mods. I actually sort them only after using a bit. The ROM I'm using does delta updates so I haven't downloaded many lately. After a month if I haven't used a file I either move it to drop box or delete it.

    I prefer to manually flash everything possible. Sometimes things go south and I can only blame myself. I'd rather fastboot a recovery nowadays, been burned by apps that do it. I keep booarks<---??? (Bookmarks) of Roms I'm interested in as well as kernels and subscribe to the threads to stay on top of any issues.

    The managers are fine, just never got used to them.
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    Flip phones don't need all that jazz either Del. Getcha one of those.
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    Waddya mean to get one. I have one put away somewhere. Gonna go look for it. It's a BB something.

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    Lol....I actually have one that I love and it's still activated.

    http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=1104
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    Sammie has a smart flip phone now, don't they?

    Yep: http://www.gsmarena.com/newscomm-7117.php

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    That one they can keep. Or any flip phone nowadays. Sammy has a larger one than that. I don't think it's arrived in the US or EU.

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    That actually looks pretty cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerG View Post
    Sammie has a smart flip phone now, don't they?

    Yep: http://www.gsmarena.com/newscomm-7117.php
    Here's one, released November 2013 - it looks cool : http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_i923...olden-5814.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerG View Post
    Sammie . . .
    Misspelled. It's Sammy, not Sammie. Get it together, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfcooley View Post
    I keep several folders on my SD card.
    APK, ROM, Kernel, and Mods. I actually sort them only after using a bit. The ROM I'm using does delta updates so I haven't downloaded many lately. After a month if I haven't used a file I either move it to drop box or delete it.

    I prefer to manually flash everything possible. Sometimes things go south and I can only blame myself. I'd rather fastboot a recovery nowadays, been burned by apps that do it. I keep booarks<---??? (Bookmarks) of Roms I'm interested in as well as kernels and subscribe to the threads to stay on top of any issues.

    The managers are fine, just never got used to them.
    +1

    I'm with the coolmeister.

    I like to manually slide the roms in gently.

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