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nexus 7 android update version 4.4.3

10th April 2014, 04:45 PM |#11  
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So, if you're rooted, you won't get the update? I got 4.4.2 while rooted.

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10th April 2014, 11:42 PM |#12  
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Huh? First I've heard of it. I got mine with 4.3 and the 4.4.2 update came like a day later and I updated while un-rooted. But I know that it won't work if your rooted.

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11th April 2014, 12:50 AM |#13  
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Huh? First I've heard of it. I got mine with 4.3 and the 4.4.2 update came like a day later and I updated while un-rooted. But I know that it won't work if your rooted.

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So, if you're rooted, you won't get the update? I got 4.4.2 while rooted.

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rooting alone has nothing to do with getting, or not getting updates.

I went from 4.3 to 4.4.2 rooted, and everything.

What matters is things like /system changes, recovery, and sometimes kernel (if it changes).

And even recovery is not really an issue (at least with twrp), you just boot into twrp, find the ota update in /cache, and manually flash it, clear caches, reboot, easy peasy.

As for /system changes, just flash a stock system.img, get the update, and you're golden.

Or you can just wait till someone releases a flashable 4.4.3 and use it.
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11th April 2014, 12:56 AM |#14  
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rooting alone has nothing to do with getting, or not getting updates.

I went from 4.3 to 4.4.2 rooted, and everything.

What matters is things like /system changes, recovery, and sometimes kernel (if it changes).

And even recovery is not really an issue (at least with twrp), you just boot into twrp, find the ota update in /cache, and manually flash it, clear caches, reboot, easy peasy.

As for /system changes, just dirty flash a stock system.img, get the update, and you're golden.

Exactly what he said!
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15th April 2014, 01:36 PM |#15  
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If it's not a build.prop edit, it's very curious and interesting. Maybe can you dump your ROM and upload it for inspection ? :P
It's a DEB device, so it sounds great
15th April 2014, 02:18 PM |#16  
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16th April 2014, 05:46 AM |#17  
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Hello all,

I have on hand a nexus 7 that did an update to 4.4.3, long story short its a tester tablet, just curious to know if anyone else has the update as well.

Any chance you might flash the 4.4.2 factory image, then grab the 4.4.3 update again and pull the update URL from the logcat so we can all enjoy?

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16th April 2014, 11:41 AM |#18  
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Good news, unfortunately that Scrosler had stop build ROM for N7.
-I no big fan of CM and AOSP I'm prefer enhance stock ROM.

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