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By burimi007, Senior Member on 26th August 2014, 10:37 PM
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guys i have android 4.4.2,i wanted to install new rom which is 4.2.2,should i flash new modems or somethink,or just flash new rom with full wipe?
 
 
26th August 2014, 11:05 PM |#2  
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guys i have android 4.4.2,i wanted to install new rom which is 4.2.2,should i flash new modems or somethink,or just flash new rom with full wipe?

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I guess you mean that you have stock 4.4.2 and want to install a custom rom 4.2.2 , i would try first rom as it is , if you have signal problem i would try a different modem then.


Downgrade from stock 4.4.2 to stock 4.2.2 is not possible at the moment
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I guess you mean that you have stock 4.4.2 and want to install a custom rom 4.2.2 , i would try first rom as it is , if you have signal problem i would try a different modem then.


Downgrade from stock 4.4.2 to stock 4.2.2 is not possible at the moment


i have custom rom TW based ( Goldeneye rom ),and i want to install new custom rom 4.2.2.So can i directly flash new rom without flashing modems?
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i have custom rom TW based ( Goldeneye rom ),and i want to install new custom rom 4.2.2.So can i directly flash new rom without flashing modems?

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Yes you can, usually you keep the modem you have already....change only if you want ( or if not working right)
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