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AT&T 4.2.2 update rolling out now!

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By wannabegt4, Senior Member on 29th January 2014, 04:40 PM
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Just checked for an update and it is downloading now. Let's see how badly I can mess up my phone doing an OTA while rooted with several xposed modules installed.

OTA update files can be downloaded here:
http://www.androidfilehost.com/?a=sh...les&flid=11697

Use twistedddx's instructions below to flash:

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You need:
1)Stock 3.18.502.6 install. eg 3.18.502.6 RUU
2)S-On and CWS__001 or S-Off and supercid. Must be S-Off
3)stock recovery, eg 3.18.502.6 RUU
4)Place 3.18.502.9 OTApkg.zip on phone storage (16mb)
5)boot into stock recovery
6)press volup + power repeatedly until menu appears
7)install from phone storage
8)select the OTAPkg.zip
9)boot rom
10)place 5.18.502.1 OTAPkg.zip on phone storage (527mb)
11)boot into stock recovery
12)press volup + power repeatedly until menu appears
13)install from phone storage
14)select the OTAPkg.zip
15)boot rom

Do not confuse your OTAPkg.zip files, you could rename them prior to placing them on your phone to something less confusing.
---------- Post added at 08:10 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:10 AM ----------

Updates must be flashed in order, none can be skipped.

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29th January 2014, 04:44 PM |#2  
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Dude, do not install that update on a modified device. Absolutely nothing good will come of that, you're most likely gonna completely bork your phone.

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29th January 2014, 04:59 PM |#3  
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It needs the stock recovery. I wouldn't be able to install it even if I wanted to since I've got TWRP installed. I might go back to stock and then do an OTA later just for fun. That is unless an RUU shows up before then, but we know how that goes.
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I was assuming you had flashed the stock recovery in order to install the OTA. Once you've downloaded it the file should be stored in /cache I believe. If you move it to your sd card you can manually install it through stock recovery, assuming you have the 3.18 stock ROM installed.

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It was a really small update for such a large change; just 16MB. I'd think with a version bump and Sense 5 update it should have been larger.
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Yeah that doesn't seem right at all. What were the listed changes in the update screen?

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29th January 2014, 05:24 PM |#7  
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Yeah that doesn't seem right at all. What were the listed changes in the update screen?

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Didn't even make it that far. It said it was going to reboot and then stopped at TWRP. I'll try and upload the OTApkg.zip I pulled out of /cache.
29th January 2014, 05:27 PM |#8  
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Hmm, I thought normally they had a brief run down before the download.

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29th January 2014, 05:32 PM |#9  
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It was a really small update for such a large change; just 16MB. I'd think with a version bump and Sense 5 update it should have been larger.

There is no way that is the full Sense 5 Android 4.2.2 update. Might just be an intermediate update that is needed before the "big one" can be installed. Maybe a new hboot (not sure if they have every deployed those by themselves)?
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That must be it.

Here is the OTApkg.zip

https://www.dropbox.com/s/0vsudamqkv...gPreUpdate.zip

Download link can be found in first post.
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This was in android-info.txt from the firmware.zip that I pulled out of the OTApkg.zip:

modelid: PJ8310000
cidnum: CWS__001
mainver: 3.18.502.9
btype:1
aareport:1
hbootpreupdate:3


It also had these files in it:
boot.img
hboot_2.14.0000_signedbyaa.nb0
rcdata.img
recovery.img

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