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[Q] What would happen if I Zune updated while using a custom ROM?

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By Peperm1nt, Senior Member on 3rd May 2012, 10:58 PM
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Title says it... pretty much just want to go Official without losing my apps and app data if possible. I'm using Ansers custom TANGO ROM atm. Just wondering if something bad could happen if I just plugged into ZUNE and updated.

Thanks in advanced.

Using Verizon TROPHY/Spark_W
 
 
6th May 2012, 03:27 AM |#2  
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Found the answer, you CAN NOT update this way, even if you remove hspl. So had to downgrade after removing hspl.

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Well, there are ways to update with HSPL installed using Zune.. but you need a rom that is closer to the OEM stock rom. If you had a 7720 rom, like DFT, you could attempt to update. The drivers and sys would update, but Internet Sharing would disappear, because the WIRELESS driver won't have the policies for Internet Sharing anymore... You might also loose parts of fullunlock of those files are overwrote by other files.

Having HSPL installed has nothing to do with the update failing. If an SPL update is pushed in a driver (and with the Verizon HTC drivers, it ALWAYS is), HSPL will prevent the OSPL from being flashed {if it did flash, you wouldn't like it.. trust me.. I made mine do it once using bad methods... not fun). It's as simple as the system build mismatch from my experience.


I really need to get my rom out the door soonish.
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I really need to get my rom out the door soonish.

I'm looking forward to the Spark_W version :P
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