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1st February 2014, 12:37 PM   |  #1  
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Hi xda admin / member,

Here's my question, what will gonna happen if update my CWM v6.0.3.5 to CWM v6.0.4.5

My device is updated to 4.2.2 Jelly Bean ( Rooted )


Thanks in advance...
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What will gonna happen? You will have cwm v6.0.4.5

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Gud Am/Pm

Hi xda admin / member,

Here's my question, what will gonna happen if update my CWM v6.0.3.5 to CWM v6.0.4.5

My device is updated to 4.2.2 Jelly Bean ( Rooted )


Thanks in advance...
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Newer CWM, on many devices this makes you able to install 4.4 rom

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is it ok even my phone is rooted?
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I think that doesn't matter at all

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is it ok even my phone is rooted?

Yes, you can use it to install root too

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my device is already rooted... im asking here is if update my cwm to v6.0.4.5 Is it ok? Nothing will gonna happen?

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my device is already rooted... im asking here is if update my cwm to v6.0.4.5 Is it ok? Nothing will gonna happen?

Thanks in advance...

Nothing bad won't happen
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I already update CWM... v6.0.3.5 to v.6.0.4.5

but vibrate is not working... what happen?
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I already update CWM... v6.0.3.5 to v.6.0.4.5*

but vibrate is not working... what happen?

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