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[Q] Installing a factory image of 4.4 with a mac

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12th February 2014, 08:04 PM |#21  
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Seriously, thank you thank you thank you. Even though the 4.4.2 kot49h is listed under 'mantaray' and it is the file i was told by another administrator to use and he assured me there would be no problem going from 4.3 jwr66v directly to kot49h since it is a factory image, alas the problem was that i needed to use 4.4 krt16s. Doing this, and following everything else you told me, it worked like a charm. As soon as i booted up, i got the ota for 4.4.2 and installed that smoothly. Thank you sooo much @lj50036!

Now i guess i am going to root again just so i can have usb functionality with stickmount. Do you have any suggestions for a really good set of instructions for this? also, do i need to save this folder i created on my mac desktop??

No you don't have to save that folder.. you know what need to be done now... As for the set of instruction for rooting 4.4.2 is that what your looking for??
 
 
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No you don't have to save that folder.. you know what need to be done now... As for the set of instruction for rooting 4.4.2 is that what your looking for??

yes that is what i wanted but i already found an instructional video on xda and rooted no problem! thanks again for all your help!!
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