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    Wiping OS

    do i need to wipe my os if im installing a new os?and if so how do i do it



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    You don't need to wipe with JL, unless you are having problems updating. The loader does it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k20vteck20 View Post
    do i need to wipe my os if im installing a new os?and if so how do i do it
    It's by no means a requirement. It's more a preference than anything else. As a rule of thumb I always do but it's certainly not a requirement.



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    thanks guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by k20vteck20 View Post
    thanks guys
    No problem, anytime.



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    Quote Originally Posted by k20vteck20 View Post
    do i need to wipe my os if im installing a new os?and if so how do i do it
    I usually just install over my previous OS, always works...and listen to olta, shes the man!....wait....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdjayo View Post
    i usually just install over my previous os, always works...and listen to olta, shes the man!....wait....


    :lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao::lmao:
    Last edited by olta777; 05-20-2009 at 12:05 PM.

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    It's not set it stone as to do it, but I would say do it every couple times you install a new OS. I do every once in a while, when I can stand not having my berry for a while.

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