Current OTA version:
Kitkat 4.4.2 | Sense 6.0
4.10.605.3 CL304035 release keys
I have taken the latest stock OTA update we received,
and made it into complete flashable rooted stock roms.
I have rooted, debloated, and deodexed the files.
Nothing else was done to these files, as they are intended to be stock.
The full odex versions can be used to return to 100% stock software state.
There are 4 versions available!
These roms may be used as a base for other custom roms.
All I ask for is credit in your thread, if you want to use this as a base in your rom.
You must have an unlocked bootloader!
With a custom recovery
You should also flash the latest firmware, either before or after flashing the rom!
AS ALWAYS, NANDROID FIRST!
I am not responsible for you or your device or anything you decide to do to it!
HOW TO INSTALL:
You should wipe everything!
There is no data wipe built in so folks can reflash at will and restore system. First time, wipe everything!!! All partitions except SD!
Especially if coming from AOSP!
SO BACK UP YOUR CONTACTS OR WHATEVER YOU NEED SAVED!!!!
Flash the rom and reboot.
If you plan to upgrade your firmware as well, and I suggest that you do:
It can be found in Post#2
I advise putting the rom on your internal storage first.
Then do the firmware upgrade and then flash the rom.
These roms may be used as a base for other custom roms. All I ask for is credit in your thread, if you want to use this as a base in your rom.
Full Firmware and seperate Boot.img, Recovery, Kernel and Radio updates
!!!THIS DOES NOT EFFECT ROOT OR S-OFF OR BOOTLOADER UNLOCK!!!
You will still be unlocked and S-off after flashing...
FLASH FIRMWARE > THEN ROM
Ok, so you now have downloaded the latest stock software from the post above.
You likely want to have the firmware and radios updated that came along with that OTA.
If that is the case, I have supplied the firmware.zip here, that will update the firmware and radios to the latest version. If you are on a custom rom, you will have to reflash a custom kernel for that rom, or reflash the rom, or use the No Boot.img firmware zip below.
How to flash the Full firmware/radio zip:
Separate Radios, Recoveries, and Kernels are also available below,
if you are on a custom rom or don't need/want the full firmware!
Download the appropriate firmware version for your stock based rom:
Place the zip in your fastboot/adb directory on your computer.
Put the device in fastboot mode
(Volume down and power until menu appears, select fastboot using power button)
Connect the device to the computer
Enter the following commands from terminal/command prompt in the fastboot directory, one at a time:
fastboot oem rebootRUU (this puts the device in RUU mode)
fastboot flash zip firmware.zip(rename file to firmware.zip)
It will say that the update did not finish, to flush again, so repeat the above step:
fastboot flash zip firmware.zip
Important: the flash process halts at around 75% to 90% on phone screen! This is normal and a safety precaution!
The last few percent is the reboot, which is NOT happening automatically, so you get a chance to check the console output before reboot to make sure it is safe to reboot!
The bar will only fill up to 100% once you type the following command:
fastboot reboot-bootloader (this reboots the device to bootloader)
That's it, you're done. You can now reboot and will be running the latest firmware and radios.
If you have any questions or issues, let me know.
(included in the above firmware zips as well, if you flash those, you do not need this too)
I went ahead and made these baseband zips as well.
These radio.zips must be flashed the same way as the firmware zip at the top of this post.
With the exception that it will not need to be reflushed/reflashed a second time during the process.
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