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Default TWRP installer app

Has anyone with a Canadian variant S4 used this app and had success. Also.. Is it worth upgrading to 2.6.3.1 if a previous version is working well for me already?.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2637716


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Has anyone with a Canadian variant S4 used this app and had success. Also.. Is it worth upgrading to 2.6.3.1 if a previous version is working well for me already?.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2637716


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I just used goo manager... as far as updating... if isn't broke..... you know the rest..
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I just used goo manager... as far as updating... if isn't broke..... you know the rest..
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If GooManager (from the Play Store) doesn't work, you can always use Odin to flash TWRP.
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Odin used properly is arguably safer than Goo. But careless use or just really bad luck can result in problems with any flash method. For my money, stick to Odin to install TWRP. Then once that is in place try to do most flashes with flashable zip files via TWRP.


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