Help updating to 2.3.3

This is a discussion on Help updating to 2.3.3 within the Nexus One Tech Issues / Bug Reports forums, part of the Nexus One category; Mybackup just told me that my phone has root access. This is news to me. Should we be doing anything different? I'm just backing up ...

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    Mybackup just told me that my phone has root access. This is news to me. Should we be doing anything different?

    I'm just backing up to SD card now.

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    Yes.
    If you're rooted, we can backup more stuff, so ilk keep you rooted, so you can restore more...

    I'll find a different file for you to install...

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    So disregard the first file you sent?

    Also, I'm downloading the Mybackup root one instead and backing up from that. I'm guessing that would be better.

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    Yes, disregard the first file.

    Yes, root version will work better...

    Also, can you download and install ROM Manager from the market...

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    Download this file instead...
    http://www.mediafire.com/?9z65uzfq5i9od

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    The GB stock one? Or something from the folders?

    I'm downloading the GB one.

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    GB stock v20

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    Okay, so now what do I do? Throw it on the root of my SD and flash through recovery menu?

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    Pretty much... Make sure to wipe...

    Before you do that, I want to check which recovery you have installed. Open ROM Manager, and see what it says at the top of the screen...

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    Wipe? What should I wipe, the OS? I'm not sure how to do that.

    So I installed ROM Manger's "Clockwork recovery" when it prompted me to. My "Current Recovery" is ClockworkMod 3.0.0.5.

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