Originally Posted by joekiv
New to Android and spent many days reading here and on other sites before recently rooting My Verizon Galaxy S3. It has TWRP Recovery, but still using Stock Rom. I don't know if I will install a custom rom or not. I do know that there will be at least one more OTA update for this phone. Which gives me two choices; block the OTA update to prevent it from being pushed to my phone OR unroot and use Odin to flash back to stock and take the OTA.
I believe that I can block the OTA by using "TB Pro" to freeze the correct update file, which I think is "SDM 1.0" - is this correct? If I go back, what is the most compatible Odin Version to use with the Verizon SG-3?
Idk if we'll see another OTA but I like your enthusiasm. Yes, that is correct about TB. You would use the VRBMB1 stock tar to flash in Odin to revert back to out of box factory setup. You would use Odin 3.07. Once that tar is flashed, you'll receive an OTA shortly after rebooting into the rom. It would be for VRBMF1 4.1.2 which is the latest OTA.
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