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Hello, Ive just rooted my z2 with towelroot on .55 and installed the xposed framework. I received the ota update from .402, is it possible to update without losing root? Like with superSU's survival mode?
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With OTA survival it should Survive the OTA update

Try it, if you lose root you can simply reroot easily enough

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With OTA survival it should Survive the OTA update

Try it, if you lose root you can simply reroot easily enough

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Thanks, but should I delete the xposed framework? They say that xposed framework screws the update up.
 
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Unlock bootloader -> Flash .402 FTF with flashtool -> Flash insecure kernel via fastboot
 
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Even if you lose the root... I think root for .402 is out already.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2786650

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Even if you lose the root... I think root for .402 is out already.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2786650

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Is that with a locked or unlocked bootloader?
>Phones: Xperia Arc S(unrooted) > Xperia Z2 (rooted, locked bootloader)
>Tablets: Nexus 7 2012 (flashed to death) > Nexus 7 2013@franco kernel, 4.4.3(rooted, unlocked) Galaxy tab 2 7.0@ paranoid android, 4.4.2(rooted, unlocked)
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Is that with a locked or unlocked bootloader?
should work regardless of the bootloader status. ie. you don't need to unlock bootloader.

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