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Flashing 4.4.3 without wipe

OP DarknessWarrior

5th June 2014, 01:39 PM   |  #11  
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Originally Posted by GldRush98

Lol, what? Clean flash only if you're switching ROMs. If you're on the factory rom, flashing a factory image is perfectly fine. I've upgraded 4 different devices through many versions of Android with out a single issue.

Many can't say the same. Clean flashing the firmware is always better than dirty flashing or updating by OTA.

Yup
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