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Alright but I won't be able to take advantage of lte I imagine. Right? Can you point me the right direction with a link? So am I correct with root, recovery, rom? Or am I missing some stuff in there? I appreciate the responses!
Link to what specifically? You dont need to downgrade on your version
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Link to what specifically? You dont need to downgrade on your version
Ok to which version? After the downgrade root, recovery, rom? Unlock the boot loader in any of those steps?
 
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Ok to which version? After the downgrade root, recovery, rom? Unlock the boot loader in any of those steps?
You don't need to downgrade of you are on 19.5.3. You just need to run motopie then motowpnomo.

You can't unlock the bootloader unless you have a code or a developer edition.

No recovery or rom needed.

Root-wp off- Root survival mode in supersu- update to 19.6.3 then stay there unless you want to update to 4.4.4 to address the tmobile lte issue

Then the sequence would be Root-wp off- Supersu survival-update to 19.6.3- supersu survival-update 4.4.4
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You don't need to downgrade of you are on 19.5.3. You just need to run motopie then motowpnomo.

You can't unlock the bootloader unless you have a code or a developer edition.

No recovery or rom needed.

Root-wp off- Root survival mode in supersu- update to 19.6.3 then stay there unless you want to update to 4.4.4 to address the tmobile lte issue

Then the sequence would be Root-wp off- Supersu survival-update to 19.6.3- supersu survival-update 4.4.4
Alright cool, I will start hunting around for all of these tools and threads. Thank you sir!
 
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Alright cool, I will start hunting around for all of these tools and threads. Thank you sir!
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any tips on keeping root after reboots? also, is there a major difference from 19.5.3 to 19.6.3?
 
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any tips on keeping root after reboots? also, is there a major difference from 19.5.3 to 19.6.3?
Run motowpnomo to gain wp off then safe strap can install su to system
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