- Jul 13, 2016
hmm i'm running a custom kernel on my stagOS though, i was thinking of updating to the latest version of stag0S though, you recommend using your global 184.108.40.206 tool then just upgrading to c.48?The easiest way to get back to the ready state is to use the MSM Tool to get back to global OOS11, upgrade to 220.127.116.11, then upgrade to C.48.
I don't think there is a way to avoid going back to OOS11. I tried using fastboot enhance to re-flash C.48 to get back to stock night before last and it didn't go well. First I tried flashing with fastbootd but this ROM comes with a modded fastbootd and I was getting an error that a bunch of partitions weren't recognized. Next I tried to flash back to stock dtbo, vendor_boot, and boot, but when I rebooted to bootloader, it bricked and I had to MSM. I didn't feel like testing any further than that so I just set my phone back up with the MSM Tool and then did the whole process to get back to C.48, flashed StagOS, and I'm just sticking with it. It's well worth the initial setup hassle since I can't remember the last time I was this happy with a custom ROM on any device I have had, probably not since the HTC M8.