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I have a Sprint LG G2 with ZV7, rooted, TWRP. What I would like to do is go to the latest update (ZVC?) without losing my current data, and being rooted/TWRP as well.

So should I update to latest via OTA and then root? Or is there a different route that I should go?
 
 
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I have a Sprint LG G2 with ZV7, rooted, TWRP. What I would like to do is go to the latest update (ZVC?) without losing my current data, and being rooted/TWRP as well.

So should I update to latest via OTA and then root? Or is there a different route that I should go?

Follow the first post OP to the T and you will be fine.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2763290
This will get you to zvc with what is necessary.
Backup your data with titanium backup.
This way you can recover.
If you take ota, you will brick.

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That thread only talks about going to ZVC from ZVA
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If you want to be 100% safe. Tot to zvc then root with ioroot25 and use auto-rec to get recovery.

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Don't forget to save a copy of your EFS
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Yeah, I got everything working now. I did a backup and just installed the new ROM , modem, and firmware.

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