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Question [Q] a stupid question about rooting

As i know that 4.4.3 is releasing soon

My N5 is root, and my question is:

Do i need to unroot (or lock the bootloader) before upgradr to 4.4.3?

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Hi,

Again another thread about this...

Sticky in the general section: [INFO] Nexus 5 OTA Help-Desk...

All the very interesting information are in sticky here on the Q&A section or in the General section...
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Hi,

Again another thread about this...

Sticky in the general section: [INFO] Nexus 5 OTA Help-Desk...
Ok, thanks for answering this stupid question
 
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As i know that 4.4.3 is releasing soon

My N5 is root, and my question is:

Do i need to unroot (or lock the bootloader) before upgradr to 4.4.3?

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Better off unrooting bud. Easier in the long run.
 
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Nothing is simpler than just flashing the files when available with fast boot. Its usually only a couple days til files are out...or even a flashable stock version.
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No you dont need to relock bootloader when you update it relocks it but its easy to unlock i did it manually and it only took me 5 minutes

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