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By Artriel, Member on 11th March 2014, 03:31 AM
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Hey guys was hoping to get a little help. I am currently running foxhound 4.1 on my S4. The baseband version is I9505XXUFNA5. Its OS 4.4.2. In the process of flashing this rom according to the instructions on the dev thread said i had to flash a different bootloader and modem before flashing the rom. This process worked fine and i have been running without issue. Work has now decided that they want everyone on Android 4.3 so we can use apps they made to make our job easier so i need to go back to 4.3. I attempted this last night and when i try to flash a 4.3 rom via cwm it returns an error saying that the bootloader is the incorrect one and fails and i have to reinstall foxhound again to make the phone usable. Any one know how i go about getting back to 4.3 or where to get the correct bootloader and modem so i can flash them via odin and then install Androind 4.3? Any help would be very much appreciated.

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11th March 2014, 05:09 AM |#2  
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Nobody can downgrade from 4.4.2
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WTF really?? Cant i flash 4.3 bootloader and modem and then go back to 4.3?
12th March 2014, 06:42 AM |#4  
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Originally Posted by Artriel

WTF really?? Cant i flash 4.3 bootloader and modem and then go back to 4.3?

Nope not at this stage cannot downgrade to older bootloader, sorry.
The best you can do is install a 4.3 custom rom. Try an echoe rom, version 12.1 the final bean I think should do.

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