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By arslan_sweeto1, Member on 21st February 2013, 08:10 PM
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23rd February 2013, 06:49 PM |#21  
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I have seen different tutorials for updating galaxy nexus to 4.2.2. It says something like this

"In order to do the update your device needs to be running build JOP40D"
But when i saw my settings in the mobile, my built number appears to be
JRO03C.I9250JPLH2

Now whats the point here .. ?
how to update the device in this situation

It would support JRO03C... in the 2nd screenshot (below the two videos) in the post u can find that it supports JRO03C (it's at no. 5 under the list of device model & build)
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23rd February 2013, 07:00 PM |#22  
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the question here is that the build number of my device donot agree as given according to pre requistes of the process as per tutorials ..

If you use the stock google 4.2.2 images, it doesnt matter what you currently have....you would be replacing it.

if you are trying to run an OTA file, then it might matter....
23rd February 2013, 07:21 PM |#23  
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so i dont need to unlock bootloader or root phone to update it to 4.2.2 .. right ?
i have to simply follow any tutorial to update mobile to 4.2.2 ..
23rd February 2013, 07:31 PM |#24  
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so i dont need to unlock bootloader or root phone to update it to 4.2.2 .. right ?
i have to simply follow any tutorial to update mobile to 4.2.2 ..

of course u need to unlock bootloader, but don't need to root.
all these included in the toolkit,,,just follow it
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what if i unlock bootloader, root my device and then update the device to 4.2.2
is there any problem in it ?

coz i want to install custom roms later on device so i want to root it for once and for all
23rd February 2013, 07:47 PM |#26  
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what option should i select to update to 4.2.2 in gnex toolkit after i have unlock bootloader and root the mobile ?
23rd February 2013, 07:54 PM |#27  
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what if i unlock bootloader, root my device and then update the device to 4.2.2
is there any problem in it ?

coz i want to install custom roms later on device so i want to root it for once and for all

no...no problem

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what option should i select to update to 4.2.2 in gnex toolkit after i have unlock bootloader and root the mobile ?

9. Download, Extract + Flash Google Factory Stock Rom
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i have unlocked the bootloader and rooted the device .

now when i pressed the option 9 to update to 4.2.2

it said "if u have rooted the device , updating the image will effectively unroot it"
so what ?
it will unroot my device . ?
and i will be rooting it again after updating the software ?
23rd February 2013, 08:29 PM |#29  
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you should stop.

just stop.

go read what root actually is, then come back and look at your question.

THIS very thing has been asked 100 thousand times in these forums.
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24th February 2013, 04:17 AM |#30  
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i have unlocked the bootloader and rooted the device .

now when i pressed the option 9 to update to 4.2.2

it said "if u have rooted the device , updating the image will effectively unroot it"
so what ?
it will unroot my device . ?
and i will be rooting it again after updating the software ?

that's why I've told you that you don't have to root for updating to stock 4.2.2
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