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OP BJ van Beethoven

20th May 2014, 06:46 AM   |  #11  
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Figured as much. I can't seem to find a standard kernel anywhere, looks like I may have to revert back to a stock image and start again.

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Damn, no worries. Thanks for your help!
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Got the update applied finally, managed to find a backup I'd made before flashing the custom kernel. Flashed back to stock recovery, applied the OTA and all good!
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Got the update applied finally, managed to find a backup I'd made before flashing the custom kernel. Flashed back to stock recovery, applied the OTA and all good!

Sorry Im a bit of a Noob but I'm trying to get the new OTA update.

I rooted with hasoon's toolkit, Ive changed nothing on my phone except for installing some root only apps from the playstore.

My current firmware is 1.12.502.18

How do I go about getting my OTA update? I cant seem to find a link that explains this clearly.

Thank you for your time.


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Sorry Im a bit of a Noob but I'm trying to get the new OTA update.

I rooted with hasoon's toolkit, Ive changed nothing on my phone except for installing some root only apps from the playstore.

My current firmware is 1.12.502.18

How do I go about getting my OTA update? I cant seem to find a link that explains this clearly.

Thank you for your time.


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Do you have the OTA update available to you at the moment? And have you flashed a custom recovery at all?
2nd September 2014, 11:01 PM   |  #16  
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Hey @exad it seems I've run into the same problem as BJ van Beethoven... but I don't have a stock Kernel.. I noticed you're on Telus (so am I) you wouldn't happen to have a stock kernel from the last update would you? or could I use the one from the OTA I just downloaded? I made a copy and can unzip it and try to flash it.. I'm currently on 1.55.661.4 firmware.

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