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I suggest buying SuperSU Pro to support the developer but it works if you just go to SuperSU settings and scroll down and select 'enable pro'. Then you restart the app and tap OTA survival and update, it will work.
I enabled "Survival Mode". Not taken the update so far.


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You don't have to update to run the 19.6.3 radio. You can just flash it by itself using my instructions and file here

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2674867

Or even better you can flash the 4.4.4 radio by itself using my other thread here

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2815001
Is it possible to revert back to the old radio if we update just the radio? I am hearing some complains on 4.4.4 radio outside US with CDMA networks.
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I enabled "Survival Mode". Not taken the update so far.




Is it possible to revert back to the old radio if we update just the radio? I am hearing some complains on 4.4.4 radio outside US with CDMA networks.
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Is there a way to turn off the update window that pops up for 4.4.4? I am getting sick of it. I'm rooted and don't want to update and lose root, but I can't stand the window popping up every time I try to do something.
I installed ROM Toolbox and froze it. No more nag...

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I installed ROM Manager and froze it. No more nag...
I installed Rom Manager after reading this.
It is prompting me to install custom recovery. My bootloader is locked.

How can I use Rom Manager to stop OTA updates from getting installed in this case?
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I installed Rom Manager after reading this.
It is prompting me to install custom recovery. My bootloader is locked.

How can I use Rom Manager to stop OTA updates from getting installed in this case?

I goofed when I typed Manager - ROM Toolbox is the app - Sorry. Uninstall Manager...
Go into Toolbox under App Manager, and freeze MotorolaOTA.
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I goofed when I typed Manager - ROM Toolbox is the app - Sorry. Uninstall Manager...
Go into Toolbox under App Manager, and freeze MotorolaOTA.
Ok. That makes more sense now.

I downloaded ROM Toolbox and froze the Motorola OTA app after upgrading to 19.6.3.
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