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I finally got my update to work, after battling this Status 7 browserproviderproxy.apk error mess for a day. I guess somehow, my original browserproviderproxy.apk got altered after I backed it up, since it was about 18 kb instead of 24. If anyone else has this problem (or perhaps deleted their original files), go to this thread:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=34869471

Download the browserproviderproxy.zip, extract into your \system\app folder, and you shouldn't get an error anymore.

Hope I helped at least somebody.
 
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Here's exactly how I updated:

- Used 4.2 Factory Image
- Rebooted immediately back to Bootloader after the flash-all.bat was complete (didn't let OS boot)
- Locked Bootloader
- Went to Recovery
- Sideloaded the 4.2 to 4.2.1 update
- Sideloaded the 4.2.1 to 4.2.2 update immediately afterwards
- Wiped Data and Cache
- Rebooted

So far everything seems well.

For some weird reason when I first restocked my device, I wasn't able to access Recovery after OTA updating from 4.2 to 4.2.1 (got "No command."). No idea what was up with that.
No need to lock the bootloader.
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No need to lock the bootloader.
Yeah I know, but when I restock, I go complete, including locking the bootloader lol


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I've been trying to sideload the OTA. The device shows up while it's on the OS, can do an "adb devices" and it shows up and a, 'adb reboot recovery' and it reboots, but once I get into recovery, it no longer shows up. What am I missing...?
 
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Default Re: Android 4.2.2 OTA Update

Got the 4.2.2 OTA a few minutes ago in South Africa. Installed and I didn't loose root. Happy Chappy.


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5:31 EST, still no update. da hell man....
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OTA in spain.

Enviado desde mi Nexus 10 usando Tapatalk 2
 
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Sort of a newb question but does the update not show up if ur unlocked and rooted? I wouldn't think that would matter, but it wasn't showing up yesterday so I downloaded and flashed with CWM late last night. I kept root which was nice. I used the superSu root survival mode, but CWM also asked me if I wanted it to stop the update from removing root, so I'm not sure if which one gets the credit, but its nice not having to reroot

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Forced it here on mine by clearing the services framework. No issues with Rootkeeper restoring root, good to go
Nexus 7 16GB C8 4.4.4 / Unlocked /Rooted
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Forced it here on mine by clearing the services framework. No issues with Rootkeeper restoring root, good to go
+1, clearing framework worked here also.
DEVICE SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 2, ROM - 4.4.2 TW Community Ver 3.2, Recovery by Philz 6.07.9
DEVICE NEXUS 10, ROM -ThunderKat 4.4.3, Recovery by TWRP 2.7.0.0
DEVICE ASUS Transformer TF-101, ROM - KatKiss-KitKat 4.4.4 V32B, KERNEL - KatKernel 118, Recovery by TWRP 2.3.2.3



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