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Droid Maxx 19.6.3 - 19.5.3 Downgrade

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By GigaMill, Junior Member on 8th June 2014, 12:57 PM
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I'm searching for a downgrade method so that I may use JCase's tethered root method on my Droid Maxx (Android Version 4.4).
While going through his method, I received a response that JCase deemed would indicate a need to downgrade, please redirect me if such a thread exists.
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8th June 2014, 01:27 PM |#2  
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Apparently no threads about this downgrade.
Have you read all this thread by @jcase [Root/Write Protection Bypass] Droid Ultra/Maxx/Mini

Try this page : Mozart_WayneKent_Moto

After reading some posts, once you're KK 19.6.3, you cannot downgrade 19.5.3
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8th June 2014, 01:42 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by philos64

Apparently no threads about this downgrade.
Have you read all this thread by @jcase [Root/Write Protection Bypass] Droid Ultra/Maxx/Mini

After reading some posts, once you're KK 19.6.3, you cannot downgrade 19.5.3

Thank you for your response, Philos64.

The thread you linked is of no use to me, as I have not had root on my Droid prior to the 4.4 update.

In regard to the rumor of impossibility, I had heard similar, though JCase referred to it in such a nonchalant manner that I assumed it was not only possible, but that there was an established method.

I suppose I'll return to the threads, thank you for your time.
8th June 2014, 01:55 PM |#4  
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After searching to another website, Apparently you can do this using FXZ or House of Moto without bricking the phone.) Second, the root does not survive boot, and does not allow RW of the system partition => Motorola Droid MAXX

But you need to read posts quietly before doing something
Take your time

And no problem for my time, that's why I'm here for helping members
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8th June 2014, 02:03 PM |#5  
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My savior!

I've been searching for a good 4 hours now, I'll make sure to thank you.
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