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Default Help with updating.

I'm so confused now with everyone talking about kk bootloader. I'm currently running CWM recovery and CM 6-28 nightly ROM but would like to update. Can someone tell me where to get the newest recovery for xt907. I've tried flashing newer cm nightly versions but just keep getting error code 7. Idk what I'm doing wrong.

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Most likely you need a newer recovery. Here is CWM 6.0.4.9.
 
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I have twrp 2.7 and still I get error code 7. I haven't installed the new bootloader BC the instructions I've found are all kinda sucked and I can't afford to brick my phone right now.
 
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rsd 6.1.6.... And 4.4.2 KitKat....just download the kk update and rsd... Run rsd choose the kk zip and flash it... Simplest way...if you don't want to edit the xml not to wipe data TiB for backing up your app data and store internal storage on your PC

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Thank you. don't you have to re-root?
 
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use towelroot to get root back... And you'll have to install your recovery again also...

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Thank you. don't you have to re-root?
You can simply flash your favorite superuser via recovery.

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