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I want to get all the newest radio and ota from recent update and I'm currently on CM with Twrp recovery and want to know how to comepletly revert back to stock so I can take those updates. Any help would be appreciated
 
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Use Santod's flashable updates. You just want radio, there is recovery flashable zip, or there is an ruu mode zip for firmware also.

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Use Santod's flashable updates. You just want radio, there is recovery flashable zip, or there is an ruu mode zip for firmware also.

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Could you refer me to the link or thread? Plus what's the difference between the two?
 
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2485319 only difference is one needs fastboot commands and the other flashes in recovery. The recovery flashable one will not update the firmware, just the radio.

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I want to get all the newest radio and ota from recent update and I'm currently on CM with Twrp recovery and want to know how to comepletly revert back to stock so I can take those updates. Any help would be appreciated
If you want to go back to pure stock but retain s-off and root, flashing the RUU from the thread below worked fine for me. Just like the firmwares mentioned already though, you need to run it from fastboot and it wipes everything including the custom recovery you have loaded. I've never seen a way to update your firmware directly on your phone, just with ADB or fastboot.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2765784
 
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Ill say this again in here, there is nothing you can flash that will get you back to s-on.
You will need to fastboot command:
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fastboot oem writesecureflag 3
so feel free to flash anything in the development section knowing that you wont loose s-off status.


as for going back to stock. flash the ruu in dev section and you'll be back to 99.9% stock (-minus s-on flag and bootloader locked)
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