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MR3 Global March 2020 Security Update

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JDBarlow

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Aug 27, 2010
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White Oak, TX
It's available via OTA
 

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finixs

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Mar 7, 2020
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Received security updates notification a few hours ago.
Still no P-MR3 factory image on Razer dev site.
If need relock bootloader to update I guess I will wait a period. (I hope we can get Android 10 update
 
Received security updates notification a few hours ago.
Still no P-MR3 factory image on Razer dev site.
If need relock bootloader to update I guess I will wait a period. (I hope we can get Android 10 update

compared to MR2, we probably will need to wait for months until razer puts the factory images on their dev-page...
I really can't understand what takes so long for that last step. Just upload that crap and you're done, razer ;)
 

AlexBodewig

Senior Member
Jul 16, 2012
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Can the update be flashed in TWRP without disturbing Magisk or Arter's kernel? I've grabbed the update zip via a link I found by generating a bug report in the developer options and searching for "System_Update". I'm just wondering if it's safe to flash over everything.
 

Monopod

Member
Apr 11, 2014
9
3
Don't really need to relock bootloader and such, Just flash Stock recovery and the update will go through Smoothly, and then you can Reflash your twrp/magisk.
 

rogeriskira

Senior Member
Jun 16, 2011
143
27
Elizabeth, New Jersey
So what I see is you can update without reloacking your bootloader by... (I'm asking if this is right)

1. Fastboot flash stock boot.img
2. Update normally
3. Reflash magisk, your custom kernel and what not.

Correct?
 

Renovatio33

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Oct 13, 2010
31
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I usually perform the "reset to factory" task from the razer images (properly commenting the line that erases userdata)
After that you just are with original stock and you can update via OTA as usual.
 

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