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[Q] KTU84L 4.4.3 install failed. Can't re-start.

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By apopberz, Junior Member on 5th June 2014, 02:20 AM
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I've had the OTA popup for 4.4.3 and downloaded/installed however it failed. I'd forgotten that I had installed SuperSU. I've since uninstalled/unrooted however going into the 'check update' screen shows no available updates. How do I re-initialize the install? I assume the new rom is still cached.
 
 
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I've had the OTA popup for 4.4.3 and downloaded/installed however it failed. I'd forgotten that I had installed SuperSU. I've since uninstalled/unrooted however going into the 'check update' screen shows no available updates. How do I re-initialize the install? I assume the new rom is still cached.

Try doing a factory reset. and try again that should fix it

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I've had the OTA popup for 4.4.3 and downloaded/installed however it failed. I'd forgotten that I had installed SuperSU. I've since uninstalled/unrooted however going into the 'check update' screen shows no available updates. How do I re-initialize the install? I assume the new rom is still cached.

You could look in cache, but if you rebooted it's probably gone

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5th June 2014, 03:03 AM |#4  
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Try doing a factory reset. and try again that should fix it

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Is anything less drastic likely to work? I'd rather not have to go through configuring all my apps again.
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Is anything less drastic likely to work? I'd rather not have to go through configuring all my apps again.

Download the factory image and use fastboot to flash each piece except userdata.img

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These responses all seem to allude to the phone never prompting again for this same OTA update - is that the case?
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