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If you took the update & would like to go back to the original stock to root, are there any methods available to do this

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If you took the update & would like to go back to the original stock to root, are there any methods available to do this

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Just flash a kernel and Rom based on the old firmware, and flash the old radios if you are s off.

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What if I am completely stock?

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What if I am completely stock?

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If you are completely stock then there is no going back. Your basically on a one way dead end street..
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Damn!!!!!

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Damn!!!!!

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Give it time, let the devs do their job.

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Yes, just be patient and wait a few days. A solution will be out before you know it.

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Since we have the original file, has anyone tried to RUU back/downgrade to the previous version? I feel like this is too obvious and won't work.
 
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Since we have the original file, has anyone tried to RUU back/downgrade to the previous version? I feel like this is too obvious and won't work.
Only way to ruu back iirc is to be soff in the first place.

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Since we have the original file, has anyone tried to RUU back/downgrade to the previous version? I feel like this is too obvious and won't work.
Yeap there's safeguards in place to keep people from flashing firmware older than what's currently installed on a locked device.

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