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Default [Q] Safestrap 3.72 Help

I'm getting ready to flash a custom Rom (Graviton) on my AT&T sgh-i337, I read that I need to use a rom slot to flash to, but then I also read rom slots aren't supported in Safestrap 3.72....what should I do?
 
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what's your build

see this--post 1385

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...strap&page=139

And read up in OP of All Things MK2 etc


http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2616221

I don't use SafeStrap, but recommend reviewing the MK2 thread I linked. You can post there too--:0
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what's your build
4.4.2 i'm updating to NC1 before I flash a rom though
 
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OK, check out the MK2 thread--
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OK, check out the MK2 thread--
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Wish I could be more specific, but on mdl build and don't use SS

They can help you in All Things MK2 and SS threads in General--
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Wish I could be more specific, but on mdl build and don't use SS

They can help you in All Things MK2 and SS threads in General--
Well I just went ahead and went for it lol...since you said I couldn't brick my phone I took the chance and just upgraded to NC1 and flashed the rom on my stock slot. After making a nandroid backup of course. Thanks for the guidance though it was much appreciated.
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Well I just went ahead and went for it lol...since you said I couldn't brick my phone I took the chance and just upgraded to NC1 and flashed the rom on my stock slot. After making a nandroid backup of course. Thanks for the guidance though it was much appreciated.
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