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[Q] No OTA on rooted LG G Flex AT&T D-950

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18th April 2014, 04:00 PM   |  #1  
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I had rooted my phone shortly after I got in in February (AT&T G Flex) using ioroot. Works great. The phone OTA'd to D950n. Yesterday AT&T finally released KitKat for it. I tried to install it and get an error message (code says 0X1111004) and the phone reboots. After reboot, it says OTA can't be done because the phone is suspected of being rooted.

I uninstalled supersu using the options in it, rebooted, and tried again. same error message and no luck. I then did a factory reset and still no luck.

Does anyone have any thoughts on what I should do next?
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yes, read the threads already posted here on that exact subject and you will find your answer..
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yes, read the threads already posted here on that exact subject and you will find your answer..

I've been searching and cannot find the answer.
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2720516

One if several spots, but quick version is lg flash back to go stock

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2720516

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Thank you. I have flashed to stock, download mode no longer says rooted. It is pulling down the OTA update, I think it will work.

I really appreciate all the work that everyone does on these forums and developing. I wish I knew more so that I could contribute back to the community. But I do hope all of the developers know that they are appreciated.

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Thank you. I have flashed to stock, download mode no longer says rooted. It is pulling down the OTA update, I think it will work.

I really appreciate all the work that everyone does on these forums and developing. I wish I knew more so that I could contribute back to the community. But I do hope all of the developers know that they are appreciated.

You can contribute. Read and learn then you can help people with their questions. That's how everyone here started out, even the super devs we have.

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