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[Q] Flash Custom recovery rooted Note 3 Att 4.4.2

9th July 2014, 05:52 PM |#11  
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If anyone is interested in the future, best buy can indeed flash the official NC2 4.4.2 kitkat to your note 3 as long as you're not on verizon, rooted, or have tripped knox, have a custom rom or the like. When i went in this time i actually spoke to someone who knew something and hooked me up, samsung rep, plugged it in to their computer, downloaded the software, rebooted and all was back to normal. Just like an official ota update, didn't lose any of my files, settings anything. So we're back, and now rooted and rollin.
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9th July 2014, 06:34 PM |#12  
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So basically anyone who installed safestrap and doesn't have a working backup is out of luck.
10th July 2014, 03:01 AM |#13  
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So basically anyone who installed safestrap and doesn't have a working backup is out of luck.

If you want to go back to stock 4.4.2, you can flash by odin the leaked tar, which will remove root, and everything, then go to best buy have them flash the nc2 official, then start from scratch there, with rooting and safestrap etc.
10th July 2014, 04:57 AM |#14  
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So basically anyone who installed safestrap and doesn't have a working backup is out of luck.

Can't you just uninstall safestrap and delete any root files off the internal SD card?

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