Had a question before applying the 110-EN version. I currently have 109-EN which I upgraded to from stock Asus firmware following a guide. As a part of the procedure, I remember having to perform a thorough erase of NVRAM which was not an issue since it was going to be a new firmware for me anyway.
Now that I have an existing version of TomatoUSB (Shibby build), after upgrading the firmware, do I still have to thorough erase NVRAM? If still recommended for stability reasons, how do I carry over the current settings to the new version? I.e. woudn't the NVRAM erase delete those as well? And if I just saved the settings file from previous version and reapplied it to the new version of firmware, wouldn't that defeat the purpose of erasing NVRAM?
I would really appreciate some pointers. Thanks!