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OK so my first g2 got stolen, I filed a claim and the g2 shipped to my already has the KitKat update. I know that there isn't a root method for it yet so my question is can I downgrade using the method in the development then root with the method already known? Or do I have to just wait till a method is found for KitKat?

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7th April 2014, 06:19 PM |#2  
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OK so my first g2 got stolen, I filed a claim and the g2 shipped to my already has the KitKat update. I know that there isn't a root method for it yet so my question is can I downgrade using the method in the development then root with the method already known? Or do I have to just wait till a method is found for KitKat?

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Root is available via ioroot25
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Root is available via ioroot25

Is it? I've been looking everywhere! What thread is that in?

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Is it? I've been looking everywhere! What thread is that in?

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=1646
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Is it? I've been looking everywhere! What thread is that in?

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Is there a recovery available for KitKat?

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Is there a recovery available for KitKat?

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no there is not but you can try this http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2672931
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no there is not but you can try this http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2672931

I've looked at that. It requires you to be on the last firmware and I'm on KitKat.

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I've looked at that. It requires you to be on the last firmware and I'm on KitKat.

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it has step by step to go back to stock 4.2, root, get recovery and flash like I said currently that is the only way for any device to keep recovery on kk(most devices with official kk and sources have got a specific rom to do so)
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