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Problem updating to 4.4.3

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7th June 2014, 04:24 AM   |  #21  
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can anyone please confirm that this is a flashable .zip of a full stock Kit Kat 4.4.3. or can anyone point me to one. - thanks

I can, Tassadar is a well-known developer, I flashed it and it is working fine.
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7th June 2014, 04:44 AM   |  #22  
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I can, Tassadar is a well-known developer, I flashed it and it is working fine.

cool, thank you so much. scary avatar tho
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cool, thank you so much. scary avatar tho

Well, don't judge Tassadar by my avatar.
7th June 2014, 06:38 AM   |  #24  
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I am having a similar issue where the error that pops up for me says "/system/bin/app_process has unexpected contents". I tried uninstalling xposed and gravity box but that didn't help. Help?

Trying to use TWRP to do this thing is a huge pain.

Again. Forget about all the problems going around and around in circles chasing their virtual puppy-dog tails on this thread. Update to 4.4.3 with no loss of data, no uninstalling xposed modules, etc.etc.etc. Use Nexus Root Toolkit, it's just too easy, simply follow this very well done guide:

Update Nexus to 4.4.3 without uninstalling key programs and no data loss...

Just a note here for others: If you do not have root (i.e. locked bootloader,) you can still do it with the stock recovery and ADB. No data loss, and no uninstalls of anything. Just make sure to change your Nexus driver to "Android Composite ADB Interface" to complete the deed.

That's it and that's all.
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You could always just download this.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2770928

I did and it fixed this issue.

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