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[Q] Stock rooted with TWRP. Any way to OTA to 4.4.2 without losing data?

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13th March 2014, 01:04 AM |#31  
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ok, i got it. Apparently I was using an old directory with outdated files from an old phone. I sincerely appreciate your help on this NightThyme. Can you please send me your paypal address or PM me with it. I would like to buy you a coffee for all your help on this.

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ok, i got it. I sincerely appreciate your help on this Schaweet. Can you please send me your paypal address or PM me with it. I would like to buy you a coffee as well for all your help on this.

No worries man, it's on me. Glad to see you are up and running with 4.4.2. I know some people get all pissy on here, but we are all here to help each other in the end. I had to learn it from someone as well.

Enjoy!


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13th March 2014, 01:38 AM |#32  
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No worries man, it's on me. Glad to see you are up and running with 4.4.2. I know some people get all pissy on here, but we are all here to help each other in the end. I had to learn it from someone as well.

Enjoy!


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I could not agree more. XDA is a great environment and can be extremely helpful. Thanks again.

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No worries man, it's on me. Glad to see you are up and running with 4.4.2. I know some people get all pissy on here, but we are all here to help each other in the end. I had to learn it from someone as well.

Enjoy!


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one more thing, i went to reinstall xposed and it installed but when i go to active it/update it, it just force closes, any suggestions?
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13th March 2014, 01:40 AM |#33  
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I could not agree more. XDA is a great environment and can be extremely helpful. Thanks again.

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one more thing, i went to reinstall xposed and it installed but when i go to active it/update it, it just force closes, any suggestions?

That's weird. Maybe run the Uninstall from within the app and then reinstall it? Didn't happen for me so I'm not sure.

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13th March 2014, 10:46 AM |#34  
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If you do my method with all the numbered steps, you don't have to mess with all the unfreezing and stuff. Flashing system.img overwrites all those changes for you.

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But, if you have OTA updater frozen, be sure to unfreeze that one at least.

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