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[ROM] AT&T Stock Rooted KITKAT ROM - D80020k [05-18-2014]

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Default [ROM] AT&T Stock Rooted KITKAT ROM - D80020k [05-18-2014]

For your pleasure... The latest (as of 05-18-2014) AT&T Stock Rooted KITKAT ROM

Post 2 will have the updated apps rom when I get time to do it...

Stock rooted ROM FOR d800 (vers D80020k)
Pre-rooted
Odexed.
Loki
SuperSU (Thank You Chainfire)
Stock Kernel

Requirements:
Be rooted
downgraded bootloader (from 4.2.2)
Kitkat baseband

To install:
- (I used latest TWRP, AND MAKE A BACKUP FIRST!)
- Download the Rom
- Copy the rom ZIP to your SDCard
- Boot into Recovery - Click Wipe
- Click Advanced Wipe
- Click Dalvik Cache, System, Data, and Cache
- Swipe to Wipe
- Got to Install
- Navigate to where you stored the Rom
- Click the Rom
- Swipe to confirm Flash
- Once complete REBOOT




MD5:
828bb1cf6ad4dded0a8cf304bafa3eb1
Size:
1.70GB
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GPL COMPLIANCE

Note: In the spirit of sharing anyone is free to use this as they see fit...

Note 2: DO NOT take an OTA update... you will brick.









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[ROM] AT&T Stock Rooted KITKAT ROM - D80020k [05-18-2014], ROM for the AT&T LG G2

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ROM OS Version: 4.4.x KitKat
ROM Firmware Required: ROOTED UNLOCKED BOOTLOADER

Version Information
Status: Stable
Stable Release Date: 2014-05-18

Created 2014-05-18
Last Updated 2014-05-18
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Yeah I wished someone would have warned me before I took an ota update. Mine bricked. I had to send it in to LG. It on its way back. Hopefully fixed.

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I'm running clean ROM XE 2.0 (4.2.2 Korean base ROM d80210b) what do I need to do to flash this? Do I just load it onto my SD card and flash?
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I'm running clean ROM XE 2.0 (4.2.2 Korean base ROM d80210b) what do I need to do to flash this? Do I just load it onto my SD card and flash?
This is for d800 ATT
Requirements:
Be rooted
downgraded bootloader (from 4.2.2)
Kitkat baseband

To install:
- (I used latest TWRP, AND MAKE A BACKUP FIRST!)
- Download the Rom
- Copy the rom ZIP to your SDCard
- Boot into Recovery - Click Wipe
- Click Advanced Wipe
- Click Dalvik Cache, System, Data, and Cache
- Swipe to Wipe
- Got to Install
- Navigate to where you stored the Rom
- Click the Rom
- Swipe to confirm Flash
- Once complete REBOOT

I'm not sure I can make it any simpler... Thats all from the first post btw...



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I only asked cause you mention that you need the KitKat Baseband. Can you post a link to it? I searched and didn't find it. I have an AT&T G2 but I have a ROM installed on it that has the Korean base.
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I only asked cause you mention that you need the KitKat Baseband. Can you post a link to it? I searched and didn't find it. I have an AT&T G2 but I have a ROM installed on it that has the Korean base.
If you have had official Kit Kat at some point, you don't need to flash the baseband. But here is where you can get it, always useful to keep:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=51069654

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If you have had official Kit Kat at some point, you don't need to flash the baseband. But here is where you can get it, always useful to keep:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=51069654

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Cool, thanks man. Now for the bootloader, do I just leave that alone? I've never upgraded past 4.2.2.
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Cool, thanks man. Now for the bootloader, do I just leave that alone? I've never upgraded past 4.2.2.
If you never upgraded past 4.2.2 or took the KitKat OTA and you can still flash a ROM through TWRP... I'd say you should be good to go on the boot loader...



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If you never upgraded past 4.2.2 or took the KitKat OTA and you can still flash a ROM through TWRP... I'd say you should be good to go on the boot loader...
If I make a complete backup in TWRP and then follow your steps to flash the ROM, can I restore the data portion of my backup to the new ROM and not have any issues?
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