Can u explain further ?
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It is always a good idea to have the newest firmware. New firmware + older ROM base = seldom any issues. Old firmware + newer ROM base = radio issues (among others), specifically wifi/data connectivity.If you're using latest viperone now then your rom version would be 6.09.xxx.xx and hence your firmware should also match the same i.e 6.09.xxx.xx. If you are in Lollipop rom then your firmware should be whatever that your rom is based on. Ex: 7.19.xxx.xx etc..
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Thank you. So even though I'm on the CURRENT viper I should jump to the 7xxx firmware ? If so I'll do it tonightIt is always a good idea to have the newest firmware. New firmware + older ROM base = seldom any issues. Old firmware + newer ROM base = radio issues (among others), specifically wifi/data connectivity.
With MY question?Neither will you with your question. If you search little bit you wouldn't have to ask a question because it was answered thousand times
Not sure about the recovery, but the firmware yes thats rightWell, I just jumped onto the lollipop train just to get a glimpse, and wow. Changes may not be major (in Sense at least) but they damn well look major. Smoothness is beyond comprehension, ART does wonders, and battery looks better (although I've only went through two cycles for now).
If the stock(ish) lollipop rom is like this, I can't wait to see what ViperOne lollipop is gonna be like!
After the latest M9 leaks I'm actually more impatient for ViperOne than for the M9 announcement
@j to the 4n, any suggested firmware/recovery versions to be prepared for the release? I'm guessing 7.19.401.2 with TWRP 188.8.131.52, right?
(althouth 184.108.40.206 gave me issues when trying to install ARHD lollipop, stuck in formatting and unable to mount system, so I reverted to 220.127.116.11 and flashed it)