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Just so you and everyone else knows (I'll have to post this in a few threads) but the Towel Root method completely works on our phones. Locked bootloader, stock 4.4.2, and I was able to root my wife's Razr M just now:
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i have unlocked my phone to use with other sim cards.. can i flash 4.4.3 update or will i lose my sim connectivity of other providers>>
 
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i have unlocked my phone to use with other sim cards.. can i flash 4.4.3 update or will i lose my sim connectivity of other providers>>
If by flashing to 4.4.3, you mean AOSP based ROMs, then no.

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If by flashing to 4.4.3, you mean AOSP based ROMs, then no.

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So i guess the answers also no for if i flash 4.4.2 official verizon firmware
 
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Im rooted and unlocked now but I have 182.46.10 and I would like to install 183. How can I do it?

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i have unlocked my phone to use with other sim cards.. can i flash 4.4.3 update or will i lose my sim connectivity of other providers>>
I lost it going to official Verizon (4.4.2), but got it back by doing the same hack I used to get it in the first place.
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i have unlocked my phone to use with other sim cards.. can i flash 4.4.3 update or will i lose my sim connectivity of other providers>>
Can you use tmobile and at&t sim cards?

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Default Issues with RSD Lite

Anyone having issues flashing back to Stock 98.30 with the flash files? I keep getting an "Unknown Fastboot Command", Failed Flash Error.. Not sure if RSD Lite or PC config is the problem. I downloaded the above mentioned file (4.4.2-KDA20.62-10.1_CFC_1FF.xml.zip, Opened RSD Lite, Decompressed/Flashed, and get "FAIL". Anything I need to change in my ADB/Fastboot/SDK-Platform-tools folder??? The error I am getting says "Please check input file. Either XML format is wrong or image files associated with it are missing".
 
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So...if I didn't want to overwrite my current system install, could I just use this:
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fastboot flash partition gpt.bin
fastboot flash sbl1 sbl1.mbn
fastboot flash sbl2 sbl2.mbn
fastboot flash sbl3 sbl3.mbn
fastboot flash rpm rpm.mbn
fastboot flash tz tz.mbn
fastboot flash aboot emmc_appsboot.mbn
fastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin
fastboot flash fsg fsg.mbn
fastboot erase modemst1
fastboot erase modemst2
fastboot flash logo logo.bin
fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot erase tombstones
fastboot erase cache
 
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Anyone having issues flashing back to Stock 98.30 with the flash files? I keep getting an "Unknown Fastboot Command", Failed Flash Error.. Not sure if RSD Lite or PC config is the problem. I downloaded the above mentioned file (4.4.2-KDA20.62-10.1_CFC_1FF.xml.zip, Opened RSD Lite, Decompressed/Flashed, and get "FAIL". Anything I need to change in my ADB/Fastboot/SDK-Platform-tools folder??? The error I am getting says "Please check input file. Either XML format is wrong or image files associated with it are missing".
the .XML is bad..it has 3 lines that should not be there and 1 missing...this is the proper code
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<?xml version="1.0"?>
<flashing>
  <header>
    <phone_model model="VZW_XT907_CFC" />
    <software_version version="smq_vzw-user 4.4.2 KDA20.62-10.1 10 release-keysSM_BP_101031.042.32.86P" />
    <interfaces>
      <interface name="AP" />
    </interfaces>
  </header>
  <steps interface="AP">
    <step operation="flash" partition="partition" filename="gpt.bin" MD5="5B3FD782141145E4BD1C9270D954AFF1" />
    <step operation="reboot-bootloader" />
    <step operation="flash" partition="sbl1" filename="sbl1.mbn" MD5="B06997B2407D87205454D47A4DE2CA77" />
    <step operation="flash" partition="sbl2" filename="sbl2.mbn" MD5="9EBD6FB39A7DDBD3DD8BB0F0E7B4E612" />
    <step operation="flash" partition="sbl3" filename="sbl3.mbn" MD5="B3D58C0A21BAA8DEAC238B6002ABB59E" />
    <step operation="flash" partition="rpm" filename="rpm.mbn" MD5="6ACFA1DA4F8FF45341D7C2EC40C733F7" />
    <step operation="flash" partition="tz" filename="tz.mbn" MD5="8514ED883150B7A0579F9431CD872B39" />
    <step operation="flash" partition="aboot" filename="emmc_appsboot.mbn" MD5="974770FC264C73E429B716F1832A8C38" />
    <step operation="flash" partition="modem" filename="NON-HLOS.bin" MD5="56CC3781D10C94A342F5262560EFEFDB" />
    <step operation="flash" partition="fsg" filename="fsg.mbn" MD5="42661F0BBF0DB568369F9337324F7BEC" />
    <step operation="erase" partition="modemst1" />
    <step operation="erase" partition="modemst2" />
    <step operation="flash" partition="logo" filename="logo.bin" MD5="506F42184C465D9CD8BB2BD27DB77F1A" />
    <step operation="flash" partition="boot" filename="boot.img" MD5="B59DF3268823BCE19DF80409C036645D" />
    <step operation="flash" partition="recovery" filename="recovery.img" MD5="2FD6AB345BBE5B6C99DE1B5CE1D56F2C" />
    <step operation="flash" partition="system" filename="system.img" MD5="1362E5D51CA3D71089F9B48A836624C9" />
    <step operation="erase" partition="tombstones" />
    <step operation="erase" partition="cache" />
    <step operation="erase" partition="userdata" />
  </steps>
</flashing>
edit: the removed lines that cause the failed flash.
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    <step operation="getvar" var="max-download-size" />
    <step operation="oem" var="fb_mode_set" />
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    <step operation="oem" var="fb_mode_clear" />

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