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Default [Q] can i roll back to mr1 update instad this stupid 45.2.5??

hi evr1

since moto released the 45.2.5 update i have nothing but trouble

wifi error and battery drain.

did some 1 actually flashed the 45.2.1 sbf with rsdlite after he upgraded to 45.2.5?

is it dangerous?

my phone is not rooted or somthing got the stock 45.2.5 from the OTA.
 
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hi evr1

since moto released the 45.2.5 update i have nothing but trouble

wifi error and battery drain.

did some 1 actually flashed the 45.2.1 sbf with rsdlite after he upgraded to 45.2.5?

is it dangerous?

my phone is not rooted or somthing got the stock 45.2.5 from the OTA.
You should be fine to downgrade, especially if you haven't unlocked.
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yea like this guy that told me if i'll do a hard reset it will solve my wifi problems

and guess what

WRONG!!!

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...0&postcount=10

now i dont do **** until i know that some 1 did the roll back with rsdlite to MR1

without any problems.

:| sry for being so rude but i don't to waste my time chasing ghosts i don't
live in US cant go to Sprint if something went wrong.

so if some 1 did actually roll back to MR1 ill be happy to do that.

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I can't tell you I downgraded specifically on this phone but I can tell you that downgrading will not hurt your phone. Its only puts the exact rom,kernel etc. Back on the phone that it was shipped with. In the evo forum we would downgrade and upgrade our devices all the time. For some reason or another each radio worked differently with each device. I believe it was a hardware issue.

So in essence you shouldn't have a problem because you are not doing anything to damage the phone. I will contact a dev for you to make sure. His name is xxxvirusxxx on here, well respected dev.

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W0W

can u ask him about this wifi error i'v mention earlier?

it would be great!

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I can't tell you I downgraded specifically on this phone but I can tell you that downgrading will not hurt your phone. Its only puts the exact rom,kernel etc. Back on the phone that it was shipped with. In the evo forum we would downgrade and upgrade our devices all the time. For some reason or another each radio worked differently with each device. I believe it was a hardware issue.

So in essence you shouldn't have a problem because you are not doing anything to damage the phone. I will contact a dev for you to make sure. His name is xxxvirusxxx on here, well respected dev.

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Actually downgrading has hard bricked a few atrix users. No reports of this yet from Photon, and I know others have downgraded.
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ok...how do i get the .sbf file?
 
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hi evr1

since moto released the 45.2.5 update i have nothing but trouble

wifi error and battery drain.

did some 1 actually flashed the 45.2.1 sbf with rsdlite after he upgraded to 45.2.5?

is it dangerous?

my phone is not rooted or somthing got the stock 45.2.5 from the OTA.
I flashed the 45.2.5 update on the forums here over the official one and it worked fine. I was having some issues with the OTA maybe it didn't install correctly I am not sure but since I flashed over with rsdlite I have had no issues.
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i reflashd it (MR5) 3 times already and having the same issue wifi error!
now i downloaded the MR3 sbf but i will not flash it unless some 1 in the forum
will confirm that downgrade with rsdlite to earlier version will not brick my phone
 
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OK i'v done it flashed the phone back to MR3 with RSDLITE i almost peed in
my pants when the phone started and stuck'd on the "NOW" after the reboot.
the phone flash'd but again having "wifi error"
but the most odd thingy is when activating the phone with the Sprint zone
app the phone i was able to use wifi and after activating it the phone rebooted
its self and the wifi issue came...its something to do with this ****ty app.

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