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[Q] Aokp Nightly update

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By Thomaslje, Senior Member on 10th February 2014, 03:18 PM
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Hello. on one of my other phones I got cyanogenmod and when a new nightly rom comes out the phone gets a update OTA like normal phones does but how do I update AOKP nightly on my phone to the newest wersion without having to flash like a new. I am on Nexus 5 4.2.2
 
 
10th February 2014, 05:35 PM |#2  
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There is an app called AOKPush https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...sethyx.aokpush

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You don't need to wipe anything to update, you can just download the zip and flash it in recovery.

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Originally Posted by Thomaslje

Hello. on one of my other phones I got cyanogenmod and when a new nightly rom comes out the phone gets a update OTA like normal phones does but how do I update AOKP nightly on my phone to the newest wersion without having to flash like a new. I am on Nexus 5 4.2.2

I also recommend Goo Manager, it has some OTA feature that might work.
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You don't need to wipe anything to update, you can just download the zip and flash it in recovery.

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Yes and I need mannualy to go into recovery I dont need to do that on my CM edition

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I also recommend Goo Manager, it has some OTA feature that might work.

I will try that.
10th February 2014, 09:17 PM |#6  
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Yes and I need mannualy to go into recovery

This is not a chore. Besides, you need to boot into recovery before taking your pre-flash nandroid backup



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