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Hey all. I have a rooted D800 (AT&T variant) with stock recovery and on firmware version D80010q. I am trying to update to the KitKat, but It's giving me an error every time I download and try to update. The error is: Err: 0x1111004. When the phone reboots, it says "This device is suspected in rooting. Software update is not available for rooted device".

I have tried using OTA rootkeeper to temporarily unroot, but it doesn't seem to work. Is there any way for me to get the update without having to flash back to stock?
 
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This is my problem too. Hopefully there is a way.

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Maybe doing a factory reset from stock recovery?

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Hey all. I have a rooted D800 (AT&T variant) with stock recovery and on firmware version D80010q. I am trying to update to the KitKat, but It's giving me an error every time I download and try to update. The error is: Err: 0x1111004. When the phone reboots, it says "This device is suspected in rooting. Software update is not available for rooted device".

I have tried using OTA rootkeeper to temporarily unroot, but it doesn't seem to work. Is there any way for me to get the update without having to flash back to stock?
Its due to the custom recovery you have on it..Go back to stock dont root and update...maybe try root keeper to see if that can help
 
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Its due to the custom recovery you have on it..Go back to stock dont root and update...maybe try root keeper to see if that can help
nope. as i said in the OP< i have a stock recovery.
 
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nope. as i said in the OP< i have a stock recovery.
then try root keeper it will disable root but back up root path and reinstate it once the update is done
 
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then try root keeper it will disable root but back up root path and reinstate it once the update is done
as i said in the OP...I tried root keeper to temporarily unroot and it didn't work. I'm going back to stock and going from there.
 
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as i said in the OP...I tried root keeper to temporarily unroot and it didn't work. I'm going back to stock and going from there.
lol..yeah i read each statement in your OP just wanted to get to that last part of you saying your going back to stock and going from there, because thats your next option....
 
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Let us know if you went back to stock then did the update and it worked.
 
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I've read that some people kept root through their OTA. Why are some people able to update and others aren't. I've been reading up on this for the VZW update whenever that happens. I hope I haven't kept all this bloatware on my phone for no reason!!

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