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[Q] Can I Finally install the 2.3.5/3.0 OTA?

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Thanks for the info guys. I guess I will give Endymion a try and keep my fingers crossed :)
 
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Tell us if you succeeded and how you like it :)

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Thanks, will do.

BTW, which recovery should I should for flashing Endymion?
 
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Whichever recovery you have installed.
4EXT is the most popular here but a lot of people still use Clockwork Mod recovery.
If you don't plan to use recovery a lot then just stick to what you have. If you do flash a lot, like a lot of the people here, then you might like to use 4EXT touch for a nicer interface. Either way, it doesn't make a difference, both will end up achieving the same result.

If you haven't got a recovery installed all you have to do is download either ROM Manager or 4EXT Recovery Updater, install the app and flash the recovery. You probably know this though!
Anyway 4EXT can be found here:
http://4ext.net/
The paid version is available in the play store and CWM can be found in ROM manager from the play store.
 
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Thanks, will do.

BTW, which recovery should I should for flashing Endymion?
I'm using 4ext but cwm does the job too. And you also can change the recovery later though.

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Thanks for the advice guys. I installed Endymion this morning with no issues and am finding it very nice :)
 
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Thanks for the advice guys. I installed Endymion this morning with no issues and am finding it very nice :)
Glad you managed it.. I'm sure you won't regret

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