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I wanted to know how do i go back to the sprint stock rom after i flashed a 4.4.2 Rom?
 
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Are you saying that you updated to NAE, rooted, and now trying to unroot? If so I don't know of any way to do it since there is no tar for NAE yet.

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Are you saying that you updated to NAE, rooted, and now trying to unroot? If so I don't know of any way to do it since there is no tar for NAE yet.

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Im not sure what NAE is but the rom I have is Octo-Kat from this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2493128 any info is greatly appreicated.
 
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NAE is the new 4.4.2 TOUCHWIZ update that just came out for the phone. That's what I thought you meant. To go back to stock, if you mean stock unroofed. It would depend on what version of touchwiz you were on before. If you were on 4.2 then Odin a 4.2 tar. If you were on 4.3 with Knox then Odin MK2 kernel.

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NAE is the new 4.4.2 TOUCHWIZ update that just came out for the phone. That's what I thought you meant. To go back to stock, if you mean stock unroofed. It would depend on what version of touchwiz you were on before. If you were on 4.2 then Odin a 4.2 tar. If you were on 4.3 with Knox then Odin MK2 kernel.

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Well before I rooted and flash a custom rom I was on 4.3. However I did flash a 4.4.2 so would that mean im out of out or should I go ahead flash a 4.3 tar
 
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Well before I rooted and flash a custom rom I was on 4.3. However I did flash a 4.4.2 so would that mean im out of out or should I go ahead flash a 4.3 tar
If you were on 4.3 touchwiz previously then yes you are okay to odin the MK2 tar.

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If you were on 4.3 touchwiz previously then yes you are okay to odin the MK2 tar.

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Thank you I will try it out.
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