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I did a search for the stock AT&T recovery and found this thread. I have had quite a few devices and have rooted and tampered with most of them. I just have a question about the recovery, I downloaded the stock recovery from this thread, my question is, is this the most recent version or only version of the stock recovery? I just wanna know before I flash it. Thanks in advance.
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So is there a newer one? I've searched quite a bit for a different/newer version and can't seem to find one. I'm assuming it was updated with the last Ota...
 
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So is there a newer one? I've searched quite a bit for a different/newer version and can't seem to find one. I'm assuming it was updated with the last Ota...
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Here ya go. Flash it from fastboot just like you would a custom recovery. From the 1.58.502.1 base.

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Here ya go. Flash it from fastboot just like you would a custom recovery. From the 1.58.502.1 base.

http://d-h.st/9RO
I installed this recovery and get an error when I try to boot into recovery.

The red triangle, anyone have a fix? If I install TWRP again, I have no issues.. But I'd like to do the OTA.

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I installed this recovery and get an error when I try to boot into recovery.

The red triangle, anyone have a fix? If I install TWRP again, I have no issues.. But I'd like to do the OTA.
The red triangle is supposed to be there; it means you are back on stock recovery. I think you press vol up (either that or vol down) to get recovery options. If you get the OTA, you don't have to press anything, its all automatic. It will boot into stock recovery and install by itself.
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The red triangle is supposed to be there; it means you are back on stock recovery. I think you press vol up (either that or vol down) to get recovery options. If you get the OTA, you don't have to press anything, its all automatic. It will boot into stock recovery and install by itself.
well crap.. wish I'd have known that before I did the RUU..

Oh well, phone is back 100% where it was before the upgrade. TiBu to the rescue.

Thanks, I'll try to remember that next time I reinstall stock recovery. Although I likely won't remember.. I'm old. ;

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