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[Q] Revert to stock rom

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By spetzuu, Senior Member on 9th January 2014, 05:07 PM
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ok so i have installed JellyBeans rom and im not liking it. im on base version JSS15J.N900VVRUBMJE.

how do i get back to the most updated stock rom on note 3?
 
 
9th January 2014, 05:32 PM |#2  
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Am assuming that you are using SafeStrap. If so, boot to recovery. Go into boot options and activate the "stock" slot. Then, if you want to, you can go in and delete rom slot that you have beans installed on.

Once you activate the stock slot, you'll know it because it will tell you with red text across the top of the screen.

Then just reboot.

IF YOU INSTALLED BEANS ROM ON THE STOCK SLOT, you need to download a copy of the stock odex or deodex rom that beans put together in the dev thread. If this is the case, let us know if you need help before going any further!

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9th January 2014, 05:57 PM |#3  
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Yes I made a new slot for beans and still have the stock one open. Thanks ill just use the stock slot. Now what about me getting the latest updated stock rom and still keep root, how would I do that?

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Yes I made a new slot for beans and still have the stock one open. Thanks ill just use the stock slot. Now what about me getting the latest updated stock rom and still keep root, how would I do that?

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So the rooted rom on your stock slot is what version?

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9th January 2014, 06:20 PM |#5  
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So the rooted rom on your stock slot is what version?

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Eh...
Best way would mean you'd need to redo root. And that way would be with odin. Unless someone else has a better way?

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9th January 2014, 06:41 PM |#7  
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ive tried finding out the benefits of the updates that have rolled on on the note 3 and i cant seem to find any... although i have seen people complaining about the battery life and what not.

do you know where i could get a complete list of what the updates bring to phone? because if its nothing major ill just stick to MI9
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Honestly, it will be different for every person. Because even though we all have the same phone, Every Phone is just a little different. For example, I am on the current update and felt I needed to because I was having issues with wifi. But if you are on the original firmware, which you are, and you can find no problem with your phone that you would like to see fixed then I honestly don't see any point in updating your firmware if you do not want to. I know that the current version addresses problems people were having with wifi. Along with some other minor changes.

Now having said that... If you encounter any quirks or problems with any current custom ROMs that are listed in the development section, it may be due to the fact that they are built on the current firmware version while you are still two versions behind.

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