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So, you’ve rooted your Galaxy Note and installed ClockworkMod Recovery.
Well, before you begin modding your newly rooted Galaxy Note and installing a bunch of new ROMs, I highly recommend you to make at least one backup of your rooted stock ROM.
Things can always go wrong but by having a backup ROM, you can always restore back to it no matter what.
Besides that, you can learn to backup/restore ROMs on the go with multiple ROMs using ClockworkMod Recovery. This will allow you to change ROMs without losing your personal settings, apps, and etc…etc…
Step 1. Hold down the Volume Up, Center Home, and Power button together until your rooted Galaxy Note resets.
Step 2. Let go of the Power button when you see the Samsung Galaxy Note splash screen as shown below.
Step 3. Once in ClockworkMod Recovery, choose “backup and restore”.
*Note – You can use Volume buttons to select and Power button to choose in ClockworkMod Recovery.
Step 4. Choose “backup”. This will backup your current ROM. It should take about 5 minutes. If you are just making a backup of your ROM, you can stop here. For restoring ROMs, go to the next step.
Step 5. To restore a ROM choose “backup and restore” from the main menu.
Step 6. Choose “restore”.
Step 7. Choose the backup folder you want to restore. Here, I am restoring my stock rooted ROM as you can note by the folder name with “stock” at the end. You can always rename your backup folders (in /clockworkmod/backup directory) to something more memorable using an app like ES File Explorer).
Step 8. Choose “Yes” to restore. Remember, restoration process completely delete whatever ROM you had before!
Step 9. When restore is done, simply reboot.
Step 10. Your Galaxy Note should be restored now.
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