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Update keeps failing for me. I was on Franco kernel, went back to stock kernel and wiped cache and Dalvik. Not sure what is going on.
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Where can I find a stock 4.2.1 rom? I'm CM10.1 right now.
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and when is the original OTA version coming? im using stock unrooted rom :P and i dont want to root
 
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I just asked that same question bud.
Flash the SuperSu zip on these forums and you should be rooted. Always works for me
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and when is the original OTA version coming? im using stock unrooted rom :P and i dont want to root
Huh? The OTA is here now. You don't need to root or unlock the bootloader to install it. Either wait for your phone to get the notification or install the SDK and use adb sideload.
 
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can someone do me a favor and upload a copy of the file in system/lib named
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Update keeps failing for me. I was on Franco kernel, went back to stock kernel and wiped cache and Dalvik. Not sure what is going on.
Me, too. I was on faux's kernel and flashed back to stock after wiping cache and Dalvik and I'm getting a Status 7 error when trying to flash in CWM.
 
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Any way to flash and not lose root? Or is it easy to get root back with the toolkit?
OTA Rootkeeper successfully brought back root access after I flashed the 4.2.2 update. As long as you have your root backed up prior to updating, you don't need to reflash supersu.
 
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Default Re: 4.2.2 OTA Link

A question, I'm rooted running stock & am very familiar with flashing Roms but never an update like this / do I wipe anything when I flash or not?

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