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Jackelope bad Update!
Bull**** star rating and nothing real new!
External Google-Playstore Extension dont work anymore.
Mod Collection and Framework dont work!
Bill**** ouya inc!!!!!
 
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Jackelope bad Update!
Bull**** star rating and nothing real new!
External Google-Playstore Extension dont work anymore.
Mod Collection and Framework dont work!
Bill**** ouya inc!!!!!
so its breaks your setup?
 
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so its breaks your setup?
I'm not sure what happened to him, but I updated and everything is fine. I have the Play Store, Xposed Framework works, and it even kept root access and BusyBox! Sooo... he must have wiped something he shouldn't have.
 
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I rooted through the 1click method with rootmyoua and xposed.
I did not disable auto update before the release of jackalope, and since today my console is in a download update, install update loop

I tried hard reset and re-install of xposed. Is there a way to remove root other than factory reset? I don't care about this update, im fine with staying on the previous version.

Currently, I have to unplug my internet every time I return to the home screen, when fetching update starts.

Will try again tomorrow but not very hopeful.

Any tips?

Im at build number 12771_r1
software 1.0.11
Root still active
CWM not installed

I believe the newest should be 128531_r1, so the update fails. I might try sideloading the update with adb, but afraid it will brick because the installation somehow does not succeed.

Update fails relatively quickly.
I get a red exclamation mark. After pressing home I enter the recovery menu, with options for factory reset and apply update via adb.
I would have to move my computer over there though, never connected to microUSB before.
Is it possible in CWM to load the update from the internal sdcard or connected USB drive?

Recovery log

finding update package
opening package
verifying package
Installation aborted

[UPDATE] sideloading the latest from ouyafw dot skumler dot net solved my issue. Might have to do this for every update, but minor inconvience as I found a long usb cable that strectches to my pc
 
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finding update package
opening package
verifying package
Installation aborted
Try turning the verification check off for the OTA updates through CWM. I have it turned off and it goes through without issue.
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