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Default [ROM] [STOCK] [DEODEXED] [ROOT] 4.1.2 JZO54K from OTA

This is a stock 4.1.2 JZO54K rom (Google Apps included) to flash in recovery. I used the Aroma installer (thx jamesst20) to let you chose if you prefer it rooted or not.

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  • Totally Stock Rom took from latest Ota update;
  • Stock kernel;
  • Aroma Installer to let you chose to root or not;


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Download Deodexed Rom there are some problems, odexed version recommended


New img of 4.1.2 bootloader v3.41, flash it using fastboot: http://download.andreavenditti.com//...ouper-3.41.img
If you have troubles entering in recovery, reflash using fastboot the old 3.34 version: http://download.andreavenditti.com//...ouper-3.34.img

The fix for any further bug? Wipe data.



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Odexed: http://d-h.st/FWt | http://www.multiupload.co.uk/QEKBA29DPG

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Is it a good idea to flash this on top of a stock rooted/unlocked nexus 7? Do i need to wipe cache/dalvik?

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Is it a good idea to flash this on top of a stock rooted/unlocked nexus 7? Do i need to wipe cache/dalvik?

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I just flashed this on top of my stock rooted JRO03S ROM and wiped caches. I made a nandroid, just to be on the safe side, but it booted right up without issue.

I'd say flash it after making some sort of backup, and if you have problems, full wipe.
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