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Default [Q] Unroot to update to 4.4.3

Hey, I have Moto G 4.4.2 rooted. How can I update to 4.4.3 without installing custom rom?
 
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Hey, I have Moto G 4.4.2 rooted. How can I update to 4.4.3 without installing custom rom?
SuperSU- settings -Full unrooth. Reboot and download via OTA if it available. there is an option via adb fast boot, but for that look in the FAQ
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SuperSU- settings -Full unrooth. Reboot and download via OTA if it available. there is an option via adb fast boot, but for that look in the FAQ
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If I have xposed installed I have to flash the uninstaller zip first?
 
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Stock Firmware. I just put 4.4.3 back on mine.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2542219

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If I have xposed installed I have to flash the uninstaller zip first?
first uninstall Xposed, unrooth, and restart. Then try to sideload *.zip via adb. If i am correct:adb sideload- name.zip
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