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[Q] Loosing recovery and root each time

24th August 2014, 04:24 PM |#11  
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no there's no possibility, otas flash stock recovery and remove root by design.
you have to do it again after every ota.
that's how things are mate, you'll get used to it

Let's not give wrong infos.

To avoid that ota updates flash stock recovery every time go into developer options and unthick update cm recovery.

Regarding root you have two options: buy the premium version of supersu to have survival mode or keep a supersu zip on your phone's memory to flash it every time you update.

Have fun!

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25th August 2014, 02:26 AM |#12  
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Let's not give wrong infos.

To avoid that ota updates flash stock recovery every time go into developer options and unthick update cm recovery.

Regarding root you have two options: buy the premium version of supersu to have survival mode or keep a supersu zip on your phone's memory to flash it every time you update.

Have fun!

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I tried this on the latest OTA and you're right if you unthick the update cm recovery then you keep your custom recovery.
+1 also for the root options. Noticed that with Philz recovery after I did the OTA update, Philz recovery suggested me automatically if I want to keep the root then I just had to click on yes.
25th August 2014, 08:05 AM |#13  
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I tried this on the latest OTA and you're right if you unthick the update cm recovery then you keep your custom recovery.
+1 also for the root options. Noticed that with Philz recovery after I did the OTA update, Philz recovery suggested me automatically if I want to keep the root then I just had to click on yes.

Nove.

Twrp does not ask you so you're fine

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Nove.

Twrp does not ask you so you're fine

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Nice.

Twrp does not ask you so you're fine

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NIce.

Twrp does not ask you so you're fine

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