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By phewz, Junior Member on 10th April 2014, 05:53 PM
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Hello! Kinda new at this, guess my question is a big stupid. However, after you have rooted on 4.4.2. What happens when the new update arrives (4.4.3)? Do I have to root again and re-do the stuff that needed a root?
 
 
10th April 2014, 05:59 PM |#2  
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once your phone is rooted, it's rooted. whatever ROM you flash/whatever you do it should remain that way from my understanding.
Unless you re-install your stock firmware you could potentially have to re-unlock the bootloader.. but it should be rooted.

to avoid any trouble id suggest taking the 4.4.3 update from this forum
10th April 2014, 07:13 PM |#3  
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once your phone is rooted, it's rooted. whatever ROM you flash/whatever you do it should remain that way from my understanding.
Unless you re-install your stock firmware you could potentially have to re-unlock the bootloader.. but it should be rooted.

to avoid any trouble id suggest taking the 4.4.3 update from this forum

No Bro, if you Flash a rom which is not pre rooted then you will lose root

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Hello! Kinda new at this, guess my question is a big stupid. However, after you have rooted on 4.4.2. What happens when the new update arrives (4.4.3)? Do I have to root again and re-do the stuff that needed a root?

Yes, you would have to root it again, but 4.4.3 would have a different process to root as it would have different structure(it can be same or can be different)

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10th April 2014, 07:45 PM |#4  
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Nvm ditt work to root it With kingo for some reason


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11th April 2014, 03:54 PM |#5  
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Nvm ditt work to root it With kingo for some reason


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Then try installing supersu zip from recovery, it might root your device, but I don't take any responsibility, I never used 4.4.3(if it's out)

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