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I have a HTC One X with stock Jelly Bean 4.2.2 and I am rooted. My only root apps are SuperSU, adaway, obackup, luckypatcher and titanium backup. I didn't modify any other things like framework or something. I didn't flash anything. Now the phone tells me about this bug fix update. I know I need stock recovery to flash it. So can I simply flash stock recovery then make the update and flash back cwm recovery again?

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As long as your bootloader is unlocked, you can switch between recoverys whenever you want So answer to your question is yes, you can flash stock recovery then make the update and flash back cwm recovery again.
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I have a HTC One X with stock Jelly Bean 4.2.2 and I am rooted. My only root apps are SuperSU, adaway, obackup, luckypatcher and titanium backup. I didn't modify any other things like framework or something. I didn't flash anything. Now the phone tells me about this bug fix update. I know I need stock recovery to flash it. So can I simply flash stock recovery then make the update and flash back cwm recovery again?

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You don't necessarily need stock recovery. You can press and hold the vol down and power button to boot into bootloader, select recovery, select install from zip file and in there selected the update zip file (it is stored in downloads folder). I am not sure about other OTA updates but this one installed correctly on my rooted HOX.
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As long as your bootloader is unlocked, you can switch between recoverys whenever you want So answer to your question is yes, you can flash stock recovery then make the update and flash back cwm recovery again.






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You don't necessarily need stock recovery. You can press and hold the vol down and power button to boot into bootloader, select recovery, select install from zip file and in there selected the update zip file (it is stored in downloads folder). I am not sure about other OTA updates but this one installed correctly on my rooted HOX.
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