I haven't tried yet. Once I lost root and safestrap on the last build I kept tablet in airplane mode. Now that I'm rooted with ota blocked I didn't know if the previous build would work. I'll try it out and repost back.
Update. I ran the old version of safestrap. I got the grey kindle fire screen then a blank screen for a few seconds. It then boots the normals boot animation and starts up. It seems to skip past booting into recovery
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At a high level here is what I would suggest:
If you're not comfortable with the steps outlined you should stay where you are for now. Nexus is a very stable rom and not that much different from CM11 unless you have specific needs. Flashing/removing stuff without a complete understanding of the consequence can land you a brick. Keep reading the forums; everything is there.
Actually, on 220.127.116.11 everything is possible. You can root, install twrp (you really want twrp), unlock the bootloader and install any rom that has been created for this device. Many HDX owners would love to be in your shoes.I haven´t installed Nexus on my tab. It would be an idea, but on 18.104.22.168 nothing is possible.
Could you post a link where i can found those things. I´m on it about 10 hours...can´t fix the things I would like to do....
I would like to remove twrp, to install the auto update....can i install a new firefirefire bootloader via dastboot to remove twrp?
For awareness both mirrors have been down for weeks (one permanently) with several recent requests for the 3.75 apk in other threads going unanswered. The OP clearly indicates support would be withdrawn Sept 1st, 2014. It appears that end is drawing nearer and serves as a clear warning to those still on safestrap: keep a backup of your apk!
For those considering a rollback to 3.2.8 for the purpose of running Nexus 1.0.x you may want to hold up until the Safestrap 3.75 apk is reposted (which may or may not happen).