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Default Can i safely update to .205 after rooting my phone?

title says it all. Is it safe to update after rooted?
 
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You can update to .205 and then root it with TowelRoot
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You can update to .205 and then root it with TowelRoot
nevermind you can update safely even if rooted, as I 've found out.
 
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nevermind you can update safely even if rooted, as I 've found out.
does it stay rooted?
 
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OTA yes PCC and SEUS not!
OTA only patches the required files and PCC and SEUS rewrite the entire /system and thus removes root
 
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does it stay rooted?

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