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Just applied the 4.2.2 OTA to my WiFi N7 2012 and noticed that the System ROM size is 670MB. Was this the default System ROM size for previous ROM versions? I never paid attention to the System ROM size before, but I was about to integrate a couple apps using Titanium Backup and got a message saying that I did not have enough room to integrate the app. I had integrated some of these apps before without running into a storage room problem. Also, how can I determine the version of the bootloader that's currently being used?
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Are you talking about grouper/nexus 7 2012?
Actually I bricked my nexus 7 while flashing to stock. I have to wait till it gets replaced(In replacement guarantee ).
In nexus 4, it is 3.4
after reading above posts, in nexus 7, it remains 3.1
 
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Just applied the 4.2.2 OTA to my WiFi N7 2012 and noticed that the System ROM size is 670MB. Was this the default System ROM size for previous ROM versions? I never paid attention to the System ROM size before, but I was about to integrate a couple apps using Titanium Backup and got a message saying that I did not have enough room to integrate the app. I had integrated some of these apps before without running into a storage room problem. Also, how can I determine the version of the bootloader that's currently being used?
Mine has alsays been 670MB. Before updatng to kitkat I had 100MB free, now it's down to 28 MB. I'm not sure if I'll be able to update to 4.4.2 but It's such a minor update I'm not in any hurry.
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Hi. Can anyone confirm failed attempts to flash the latest TWRP (I hope mine was the latest) to N7 with 4.4.2 in order to regain the root? And I will appreciate solution for that issue. Thanks!

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Hi. Can anyone confirm failed attempts to flash the latest TWRP (I hope mine was the latest) to N7 with 4.4.2 in order to regain the root? And I will appreciate solution for that issue. Thanks!

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I use clock work mod with no problems, I lost recovery and root after flashing the ota, but flashed clockwork using wugs tool kit and then flashed supersu in recovery.

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Mine has alsays been 670MB. Before updatng to kitkat I had 100MB free, now it's down to 28 MB. I'm not sure if I'll be able to update to 4.4.2 but It's such a minor update I'm not in any hurry.
Thanks for verifying that the size of the System ROM has always been 670MB. After updating and integrating some of the Google Apps that come with the 4.4.2 ROM... I ended up with 11.1MB left. I was able to integrate the one app that didn't fit (Hangouts) by removing the existing one from the ROM using Titanium, installing the updated version and then moving it back to the ROM using Apps2ROM. Everything should be fine. My understanding is that the System ROM partition is read-only and that no space from it is allocated during run-time.
 
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Seem to have lost option for voice typing since update?! Tried to find info on here but couldn't

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Seem to have lost option for voice typing since update?! Tried to find info on here but couldn't

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It gets disabled once you update, easy fix which is to:

Settings - Language and Input - Check Google Voice Typing

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