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Will it be a problem if you give this update, the pictures that are on my phone will not be gone

  1. Mominul_Munna
    Cupcake Dec 24, 2019

    Mominul_Munna , Dec 24, 2019 :
    Will it be a problem if you give this update, the pictures that are on my phone will not be gon
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  2. Kytharsis
    Nougat Dec 25, 2019


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  3. Mominul_Munna
    Cupcake Dec 25, 2019


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  4. Kytharsis
    Nougat Dec 25, 2019


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  5. Jimbo the Great
    Honeycomb Mar 13, 2020

    Jimbo the Great , Mar 13, 2020 :
    Backups are your friend...
    Updates will generally retain your data, unless something goes wrong...
    (Horribly wrong!)
    Like flashing a corrupted rom, or an incremental update(when rooted) by accident...
    (Which I would NEVER do! :sweatsmile:)

    I always backup before updates - just in case the universe explodes.

    I upgraded Google Drive to 100 GB of storage... easy to configure backups to Drive (and Photos)... even automatically backing up photos and videos to the cloud!

    That way I can blow up my phone at any time and don't worry about getting my data back...

    Oooooh new rom? KABOOM! :fearscream:
    Oooooh new Beta? KABOOM! :screamcat:
    Feel like going back to stock? KABOOM! :dizzy:

    Everything is fine....:smilecat:

    I blow up my phone frequently...

    I suggest everyone who is going to root their phone... do it a couple of times...
    Soft brick it and learn how to get it back...
    Learn how to go back to straight stock - no root (Magisk), no custom recovery(TWRP/Bluespark), no unlocked boot... and then get it all back, including your restore of your backups (contacts, apps, settings, photos...etc...)

    But a regular update on a stock phone with no root, custom recovery, etc. should be fine.
     

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