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update to 4.4.3

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8th June 2014, 10:21 AM   |  #1  
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hey there everyone. I want to update to 4.4.3 but I am rooted, have custom recovery and have a custom kernel. I have a backup of device when I wasn't rooted (rooted after boot on cwmr) what do I need to do to upgrade to 4.4.3 now?

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8th June 2014, 01:46 PM   |  #2  
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Restore stock kernel. Restore all other modifications to /system. Uninstall Xposed (after disabling any modules). Disable superuser. Let your phone download the update, then copy it out of /cache to the sdcard. Reboot to your custom recovery and flash the update. If it doesn't go smoothly, note and post the error listed...
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8th June 2014, 02:59 PM   |  #3  
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Restore stock kernel. Restore all other modifications to /system. Uninstall Xposed (after disabling any modules). Disable superuser. Let your phone download the update, then copy it out of /cache to the sdcard. Reboot to your custom recovery and flash the update. If it doesn't go smoothly, note and post the error listed...

I don't know how to restore stock kernel. I only changed 2 font files in the font folder (is adaway a part of modification to the /system ?) I don't have xposed. disable SuperSU how do I do that ? so I download the 4.4.3 file and I don't install just take out of /cache and put it into root of SD card ? then I just flash. in which folder will the update appear in ?

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hi pls help
i hv rooted moto g xt1033(dual sim-india) with custom recovery but i am on stock kernel and rom??
so what i supposed to do to receive update as i am not getting...
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hi pls help
i hv rooted moto g xt1033(dual sim-india) with custom recovery but i am on stock kernel and rom??
so what i supposed to do to receive update as i am not getting...

the update is only for all Global GSM and US GSM models purchased online in the United States. at the moment. maybe soon they will bring out 4.4.3 for dual sim

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11th June 2014, 10:18 PM   |  #6  
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to update to 4.4.3 will I flash backup I did before I rooted and flash stock recovery ?

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