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13th February 2013, 11:06 PM |#31  
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I got Wubs toolkit, would that help with reinstallation of SuperSU? or better not risk it? lol. Sorry for all the questions. :/
 
 
13th February 2013, 11:14 PM |#32  
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I got Wubs toolkit, would that help with reinstallation of SuperSU? or better not risk it? lol. Sorry for all the questions. :/

Just reinstall from the Play Store?
13th February 2013, 11:15 PM |#33  
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I tried that, but part is on the /system folder and I dont have access to it without root. :/ Should I try Full Unroot the try installing it again?
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14th February 2013, 12:36 AM |#34  
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If you have a custom recovery (CWM or TWRP) installed...

...flash Chainfires SU .zip package available here...

http://download.chainfire.eu/310/Sup...erSU-v1.04.zip

Reboot... and you're Rooted.

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14th February 2013, 01:41 AM |#35  
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Yeah, if you can't install, just reflash from recovery.
14th February 2013, 02:12 AM |#36  
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I was on JOP40D (4.2.1) Stock, rooted, with CWM 6.0.2.3. I downloaded this OTA file http://android.clients.google.com/pa...D.6ece895e.zip from the link in the other 4.2.2 thread (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2144330)

I booted into CWM, and flashed the downloaded ZIP file as normal
When I told CWM to reboot, CWM warned me the update would flash stock Recovery and do I want to STOP this from happening and I said YES.
It then said I had lost root, and do I want to restore root, and I said YES.
It then booted into Android and continued with the upgrade.

I now have 4.2.2 stock installed (JDQ39), and still have root and custom recovery, and an unlocked bootloader.

From what I have read, if you 'sideload' the update using ADB, or do a normal OTA update, you will lose root and custom recovery. However, using the steps above will keep root and recovery for you

Exactly what I did and is working perfect. Can't be easier than that.

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14th February 2013, 07:57 AM |#37  
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Yeah, if you can't install, just reflash from recovery.

I dont have recovery. I lost everything. :/
14th February 2013, 08:11 AM |#38  
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I dont have recovery. I lost everything. :/

Question 1: did you make a backup?

Question 2: if you didn't, why not?

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14th February 2013, 09:07 AM |#39  
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Question 1: did you make a backup?

Question 2: if you didn't, why not?

Sent from my Nexus 7/Nexus 4

Yes, I made a back up. I got several backup with different Roms and one back up with everything stock (rooted of course). When I went to flash I didn't erase anything. I just selected install and it flashed, before I did that I downloaded the voodoo ota root keeper, and made a backup of that as well. Flashe, booted, and now the voodoo app freezes and force closes, and when I went to put the recovery menu only the android with a red triangle on top appears, no letters or anything. I'm gonna try to do factory reset. Adb as of right now, I'm searching for the drivers. I got the SDK downloaded. Any other recommendations and/or tips would be great. I'm running out of options.

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---------- Post added at 02:20 AM ---------- Previous post was at 02:16 AM ----------

Update: in wubs root tool kit. I tried to install the drivers, when I did a drivers test, it was that adb was listed as offline, and I'm guessing its because I have not yet put it in the whitelist, (one of the things in the 4.2.2 updates, from what I have read) anybody know how to put it in the white list?

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edit: Whoo! I figured it out, I went into fastboot mode and flashed TWRP. For those who encounter this issue: Make sure yu can use adb (even if it says that device is offline), Power down, press vol down and power, open command promot(on windows), choose a recovery and put it in the platform-tools folder in the sdk folder, in command prompt go to where the recovery is at and type fastboot flash recover "name of recovery".img. Yu should be set!
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14th February 2013, 01:27 PM |#40  
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getting assert failed on /system/app/CalendarGoogle.apk.

Do you have your CalenderGoogle.apk system app installed?

I'm getting the same error "assert failed ......./system/app/Books.apk" .... After root I uninstalled Books.apk and a couple other GApps using TitaniumBackup. I have a backup of the apks & data.

I re-installed Books from TiBkp and I get the same error for Currents.apk (also uninstalled).....SO if you've uninstalled your SYSTEM GApps, try adding them ALL back (hopefully you have a backup) then proceed.

UPDATE -- I have restored all but Google Play Magazines....Having a TiBkp restore issue...
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14th February 2013, 06:06 PM |#41  
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I was able to update fine using the advice on here, and kept my root. But if I try to go into recovery mode in TWRP I get the little Android figure with the red exclamation mark, meaning there is an error. Any advice how to get recovery mode working again?

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