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I'd like to flash a factory image (4.4.2 KOT49H) and I would know if flashing a factory image avoids root and/or restore stock recovery,

Thanks in advice
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Hi at all!

I'd like to flash a factory image (4.4.2 KOT49H) and I would know if flashing a factory image avoids root and/or restore stock recovery,

Thanks in advice
You will lose root.

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Hi at all!

I'd like to flash a factory image (4.4.2 KOT49H) and I would know if flashing a factory image avoids root and/or restore stock recovery,

Thanks in advice
Yes, flashing the factory image removes root and restores stock recovery if that is what you're asking.

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You can also flash the img files separately if you don't want to change the existing modem, bootloader, or recovery.
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