Thanks in advance for any help you can provide. I have a Nexus 4 that I rooted and installed CWM recovery on, but I never installed any new kernels, ROMs, or radios. I'm currently on 4.4.4 and I want to upgrade to Lollipop. The OTA upgrade failed. So I tried returning to stock recovery and doing both the OTA and adb sideloading the OTA zip. Both fail.
The error message is "Package expects build fingerprint of google/occam/mako:4.4.4/KTU84P/1227136:user/release-keys or google/occam/mako:5.0/LRX21T/1576899:user/release-keys; this device has google/occam/mako:4.4/KRT160/907817:user/release-keys." (But I definitely have 4.4.4 on my phone, not 4.4.0.)
The extra difficulty is that I really, really do not want to wipe my phone. I have a lot of apps with a lot of configuration and other user data. So is there anything I can do? I guess I should try unrooting somehow? Or is there some other zip I can download that, through some type of recovery, will install the OTA without doing this check and also without wiping me?