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Could not install the system update 1.54.15409

3rd May 2014, 03:42 AM |#1  
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Every time I click update on my developer mode M8, it restarts automatically in the TWRP recovery mode. I have no choice but to reboot in recovery mode and the phone loads again asking me to update. Has anyone experience this? I am still on the stock ROM withe XPosed installer if that matters. Any suggestions will be appreciated, thank you!
 
 
3rd May 2014, 04:00 AM |#2  
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Every time I click update on my developer mode M8, it restarts automatically in the TWRP recovery mode. I have no choice but to reboot in recovery mode and the phone loads again asking me to update. Has anyone experience this? I am still on the stock ROM withe XPosed installer if that matters. Any suggestions will be appreciated, thank you!

Do you have a TWRP backup? You could restore it in TWRP if so.
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Do you have a TWRP backup? You could restore it in TWRP if so.

I have a some of backups I created manually a couple of days ago but how would a restore of those backups update the system to 1.54.15409? Don't the phone still has to download the system update again?
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You are asking for trouble trying to update on rooted, custom recovery and xposed framework installed..

Soff, Revert to stock, flash stock recovery, and then update

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You are asking for trouble trying to update on rooted, custom recovery and xposed framework installed..

Soff, Revert to stock, flash stock recovery, and then update

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Oh I see. In that case I'll just get one of the custom ROMs from here that will have the new system update. Thank you!
3rd May 2014, 04:32 PM |#6  
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Phone has to be 100% stock, inc. the stock recovery and kernel, to flash an OTA file as it checks to make sure the phone is stock. ANY change to the original system and it'll fail
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Phone has to be 100% stock, inc. the stock recovery and kernel, to flash an OTA file as it checks to make sure the phone is stock. ANY change to the original system and it'll fail

How can I get to stock? I can't find it anywhere but people saying to do it. (other than Sprint, but i have unlocked)
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4th May 2014, 12:15 AM |#8  
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How can I get to stock? I can't find it anywhere but people saying to do it. (other than Sprint, but i have unlocked)

You have to have firmware that matches your hboot, and stock recovery. Doesn't matter if you are unlocked.
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