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25th June 2014, 04:29 AM |#31  
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i have tried twice now followed http://sadevil.org/blog/2012/12/23/m...an-ota-update/ completely and still no joy cant seem to flash firmware zip
 
 
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this is what i got OTA_Ville_U_JB_45_S_Rogers_WWE_3.16.631.9-3.16.631.8_release_372445e9dv2ca7ogzkqb41.rar
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Originally Posted by daspi

Same situation here. Stock ROM and Rooted and S-off. Constant nag to apply the OTA update but not working. Looking for a way to do it easy. How should I proceed? Don't want to wipe the phone and create all my settings again if possible. Can I reverse S-Off and apply OTA update somehow?

Hello is there any way to stop the nagging updates?
I gave my phone to a friend to travel in the US with and he is getting tired of this and needs a quick fix. Even something with the help of a PC would be a fine as long as it is relatively simple.
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Hello is there any way to stop the nagging updates?
I gave my phone to a friend to travel in the US with and he is getting tired of this and needs a quick fix. Even something with the help of a PC would be a fine as long as it is relatively simple.
Thanks

Follow this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2756192
I've summarized how it worked for me somewhere on the last page of the posts.
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Follow this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2756192
I've summarized how it worked for me somewhere on the last page of the posts.

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