ASK about custom rom (Zenfone 2 laser ze550kl)

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motiwyl

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if I have unlocked bootloader can I relock bootloader by flash stock firmware with adb sideload? and i can have OTA update?
sorry for weird english
 

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if I have unlocked bootloader can I relock bootloader by flash stock firmware with adb sideload? and i can have OTA update?
sorry for weird english
Nope, re-locking the bootloader is not possible as of yet. You will not receive OTA updates as well, instead, you would need to manually download the file and do the necessary steps.
 
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motiwyl

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Nope, re-locking the bootloader is not possible as of yet. You will not receive OTA updates as well, instead, you would need to manually download the file and do the necessary steps.
thanks for info but necessary steps means i can put stock rom and update it or flash stock rom again?
very sorry for weird English.
 

Rizzed

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thanks for info but necessary steps means i can put stock rom and update it or flash stock rom again?
very sorry for weird English.

What I meant was that to update your device after unlocking the bootloader, you would have to perform the necessary/required steps, by which I mean,

STOCK RECOVERY: Placing the update file into your SD Card, booting to the recovery mode, and then selecting "apply update from sd card"

TWRP RECOVERY: Placing the update file in any either your Internal Storage, or SD Card, and then booting into recovery mode and manually choosing the option to Install.

Hope that you can understand this clearly, and no worries, my English is not that great as well (especially so when pronouncing words, it tends to get really muddy). From what I understand from the other part of your post, yes, you can flash the stock ROM back even after you installed a custom ROM, like let's say, CyanogenMod 13.0
 
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motiwyl

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What I meant was that to update your device after unlocking the bootloader, you would have to perform the necessary/required steps, by which I mean,

STOCK RECOVERY: Placing the update file into your SD Card, booting to the recovery mode, and then selecting "apply update from sd card"

TWRP RECOVERY: Placing the update file in any either your Internal Storage, or SD Card, and then booting into recovery mode and manually choosing the option to Install.

Hope that you can understand this clearly, and no worries, my English is not that great as well (especially so when pronouncing words, it tends to get really muddy). From what I understand from the other part of your post, yes, you can flash the stock ROM back even after you installed a custom ROM, like let's say, CyanogenMod 13.0
thanks you very much i understand what you means
 

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    if I have unlocked bootloader can I relock bootloader by flash stock firmware with adb sideload? and i can have OTA update?
    sorry for weird english
    Nope, re-locking the bootloader is not possible as of yet. You will not receive OTA updates as well, instead, you would need to manually download the file and do the necessary steps.
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    thanks for info but necessary steps means i can put stock rom and update it or flash stock rom again?
    very sorry for weird English.

    What I meant was that to update your device after unlocking the bootloader, you would have to perform the necessary/required steps, by which I mean,

    STOCK RECOVERY: Placing the update file into your SD Card, booting to the recovery mode, and then selecting "apply update from sd card"

    TWRP RECOVERY: Placing the update file in any either your Internal Storage, or SD Card, and then booting into recovery mode and manually choosing the option to Install.

    Hope that you can understand this clearly, and no worries, my English is not that great as well (especially so when pronouncing words, it tends to get really muddy). From what I understand from the other part of your post, yes, you can flash the stock ROM back even after you installed a custom ROM, like let's say, CyanogenMod 13.0