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Fastboot flash stock ROM

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By SiaoNang, Junior Member on 22nd March 2014, 12:46 PM
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There is no further OTA currently for 4.20.707.6.... actually I was wondering why do you need to revert to stock in the first place

Also why is TAMPERED there ? Is the recovery the correct one and the boot.img also the stock one ? Did you flash any custom hboot that remove the red text warning before you relock the bootloader ?


I want to revert my phone to stock and receive future updates and i just want to try some custom roms in the android world. Well currently i just want to use my phone as a stock device and receive updates when available, something like a retirement..lol

not sure how the TAMPERED got there but hope it does not effect any OTA
nope, i did not flash any custom hboot, i just use fastboot to lock my bootloader.

What i did was :
1. Wipe everything and and push the stock rom to twrp, then install
2. reboot to fastboot and relocked my bootloader and flash in the 4.20.707.6 firmware
3. factory reset and now running stock.

Hope i did not do anything wrong @@
 
 
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