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Nexus 7 4.2.2 JDQ39 update rolling out in USA?

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13th February 2013, 09:25 AM |#251  
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Quick question...if I flash the 4.2.2 update can I still use my 4.2.1 custom ROMs in the mean time if I want to?

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Hi, Kid_droid...

I would think so, yes...

I flashed the update via TWRP... having made a nandroid backup of my current MoDaCo CM 10.1 (JellyBean 4.2.1) based installation first.

Having spent some time with 4.2.2, I then restored that backup without problems. (Although I had to fastboot flash TWRP again - the update wiped it out).

The only 'permanent' (for want of a better word) aspect of the Nexus 7 that the update changes is the bootloader - upgrading from 4.13 to 4.18.

So, yes... flashing 4.2.1 ROMs shouldn't be a problem.

Rgrds,
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13th February 2013, 09:50 AM |#252  
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Hi, Kid_droid...

I would think so, yes...

I flashed the update via TWRP... having made a nandroid backup of my current MoDaCo CM 10.1 (JellyBean 4.2.1) based installation first.

Having spent some time with 4.2.2, I then restored that backup without problems. (Although I had to fastboot flash TWRP again - the update wiped it out).

The only 'permanent' (for want of a better word) aspect of the Nexus 7 that the update changes is the bootloader - upgrading from 4.13 to 4.18.

So, yes... flashing 4.2.1 ROMs shouldn't be a problem.

Rgrds,
Ged.

Thanks for putting in your time to reply definitely I will feel more confident doing this.

I'm going to make a back up and get me some update stock 4.2.2

Thanks again.

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13th February 2013, 09:53 AM |#253  
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Flashable zip of SystemUI.apk from 4.2.1 JOP40D Wi-Fi Stock attached

Thanks!

I flashed the apk and it seems ok, but i have a new status7 error in file /bin/debuggerd, any idea on how to fix this? Ty in advance
13th February 2013, 09:57 AM |#254  
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akash3656 just posted the update url for nexus 7 3g ota in another thread

http://android.clients.google.com/pa...D.357318e1.zip
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13th February 2013, 09:58 AM |#255  
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Question Can I get OTA Update?
Hi Friends,

I am in Stock OS Android 4.2.1 + Rooted on my Nexus 7

I haven't shown any update till now. I am in INDIA.

Will I get the OTA update or not?
13th February 2013, 11:03 AM |#256  
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Hi Friends,

I am in Stock OS Android 4.2.1 + Rooted on my Nexus 7

I haven't shown any update till now. I am in INDIA.

Will I get the OTA update or not?

Flash it like most of us did.
13th February 2013, 11:08 AM |#257  
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Re: Nexus 7 4.2.2 JDQ39 update rolling out in USA?
Just to confirm I have updated to 4.2.2 but now back on AOKP 4.2.1 anyways

1. First I downloaded Vodoo Root keeper on my backed up "Stock ROM"

2. Open the app and just Tap protect root.

3. Make a back up of current ROM

4. Then manually flashed the OTA zip using TWRP

5. Rebooted opened Vodoo app again and click restore root.

6. Now you good again but will lose custom recovery.

7. So just download goo manager and then install recovery from the menu on top right and you sorted.

No need on a PC or anything.

If you just stock rooted and have changed nothing or flashed recovery..flow steps 1 and 2 then delete Google framework data..search for update and if OTA shows up run the update then d step 5

Knock at the door? I think that's my Nexus 4 yuuum ready for root !!!!!!



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13th February 2013, 11:11 AM |#258  
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@teh_1

That's fine. My question is, whether I will get the notification or not?
13th February 2013, 11:20 AM |#259  
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Just to confirm I have updated to 4.2.2 but now back on AOKP 4.2.1 anyways

1. First I downloaded Vodoo Root keeper on my backed up "Stock ROM"

.............

I used CWM instead of TWRP and when rebooting after flashing the OTA ZIP, it asked me if I want to keep custom recovery and restore root, to which I said yes, and I am now on 4.2.2 stock rooted with custom recovery.

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@teh_1

That's fine. My question is, whether I will get the notification or not?

Assuming you are on a stock 4.2.1 ROM, you should get a notification of update availability when it is made available in India. Note however that you will most likely lose root if you let the phone update itself.
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I'm now on 4.2.2... Hopefully the battery issues are fixed
13th February 2013, 12:50 PM |#261  
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Re: Nexus 7 4.2.2 JDQ39 update rolling out in USA?
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Originally Posted by GedBlake

Hi, Kid_droid...

I would think so, yes...

I flashed the update via TWRP... having made a nandroid backup of my current MoDaCo CM 10.1 (JellyBean 4.2.1) based installation first.

Having spent some time with 4.2.2, I then restored that backup without problems. (Although I had to fastboot flash TWRP again - the update wiped it out).

The only 'permanent' (for want of a better word) aspect of the Nexus 7 that the update changes is the bootloader - upgrading from 4.13 to 4.18.

So, yes... flashing 4.2.1 ROMs shouldn't be a problem.

Rgrds,
Ged.

I flashed the update, boot loader is still 4.13

Sent from my Nexus 4 @1.5 GHz on Stock 4.2.1

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