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[Q] AT&T KitKat 4.4.2 Update Failing in 27%

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29th March 2014, 06:31 PM   |  #1  
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I just flash my Note3 to install Stock 4.4.2 update. Do whatever and the system update manually, OTA and pushed by AT&T fails at 27% updating the phone. Anyone is experiencing the same issue?

Going back to root probably tonight and forget about AT&T KitKat. lol
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I just flash my Note3 to install Stock 4.4.2 update. Do whatever and the system update manually, OTA and pushed by AT&T fails at 27% updating the phone. Anyone is experiencing the same issue?

Going back to root probably tonight and forget about AT&T KitKat. lol

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...67&postcount=1
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I just flash my Note3 to install Stock 4.4.2 update. Do whatever and the system update manually, OTA and pushed by AT&T fails at 27% updating the phone. Anyone is experiencing the same issue?

Going back to root probably tonight and forget about AT&T KitKat. lol

Facing the same exact issue. Do you know how to resolve it
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Facing the same exact issue. Do you know how to resolve it

the link to the fix is right above your post
6th April 2014, 10:13 AM   |  #5  
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Once again. If someone finds a 28% update failure like myself (like clockwork) on my kit kat update please. Please please let me know. I have my reasons. And yes I know there are fixes. However I'm more interested on 28 from the most seen 27% fail ..I have my reasons. And I thank you all...peace.

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Once again. If someone finds a 28% update failure like myself (like clockwork) on my kit kat update please. Please please let me know. I have my reasons. And yes I know there are fixes. However I'm more interested on 28 from the most seen 27% fail ..I have my reasons. And I thank you all...peace.

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It seems your phone was previously rooted. It happens to me as well. I am still waiting for solution from the developer.
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So if your phone was previously rooted, but no longer rooted... you can't get the update? Even if I wanted to stay un-rooted, the only way to update to kitkat is by re-rooting and the upgrading?
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Oh look... Another thread amongst 6 billion with the same issue...


This has been fixed and gone over many many MANY times... Please go look in the general section.

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Oh look... Another thread amongst 6 billion with the same issue...


This has been fixed and gone over many many MANY times... Please go look in the general section.

This post would be far more helpful with some actual links to maybe one or two of the useful threads out of the 6 billion. I searched the general section and have not found any simple fix to take the OTA update from a rooted NB4. However, I did find some other threads on the topic so hopefully these will help others. If I find a better fix I'll post it here.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2696795 - another thread on the topic with a few ideas including getting the phone flashed and then taking the OTA update:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2701062 - this seems to be the only do-it-yourself fix for the issue that I've seen, but it requires downgrading to MJ5

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