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[Q] Heartbleed update - remove root?

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By weely_XD, Junior Member on 29th June 2014, 09:23 AM
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Hello!
A few weeks ago, HTC sends me an update to fix the Heartbleed Bug from Android 4.1. On my device I have root and Xposed. If I install the update, would it remove my root and Xposed? It's my first Android Update after rooting

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29th June 2014, 09:38 AM |#2  
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I think you have to go back to full stock (Rom,recovery,bootloader locked) to update, so yes update remove root.
5th August 2014, 08:52 AM |#3  
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Could someone that installed this confirm if root was lost or not?

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5th August 2014, 07:42 PM |#4  
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I will not be changed
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I will not be changed

of course not, but what about your phone, LOL
9th August 2014, 03:58 PM |#6  
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Well, I went ahead and installed the stock recovery and this OTA-update.
Everything seemed fine so I re-installed a new copy of TWRP (same version number as I had before)... Confused me totally. It was asking me to root again as soon as I quit recovery, which I did a few times... But I could never finish the installation of SuperSU. It always failed...
I was messing around with this for 2 days, until I for some reason tried to install TWRP from another "old" file I found on my computer (the exact same file I used when i rooted my phone the first time).

Now everything worked fine...
I guess the other recovery image was corrupt, incorrect, or something else...

Well, the mess was sorted out at least, and I still have root, did not have to reset my phone, and everything else seems to be OK.

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