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#1 HydroMX

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Posted 16 March 2015 - 10:17 AM

Hello all,

 

I have a few questions I was wondering about. Here is my information.

 

Bootloader Unlocked & Rooted

 

Currently running:

System Version - 182.46.10T926.Verizon.en.US

Build Number - KDA20.62-10

Current TWRP Recovery Version - 2.7.1.0

 

 

1  I see here that you have TWRP version 2.8.5.0 and DHacker offers 2.8.4.2. What is different about the two versions? Does he modify his somehow?

 

2. I'm due to get a new phone by the end of the month and wanted to clean install stock recovery. DROID_RAZR_HD_Utility_1.41 KK will get me back to this current version. But is there an update of the DROID_RAZR_HD_Utility to install the new 182.46.15? I have many apps removed that the OTA will not perform correctly.

 

3. I see that the current DROID_RAZR_HD_Utility has 14 files I can replace with the new 182.46.15. Would that be smart to replace and run to update or should I just use RSD?

 

Hope I don't sound like an idiot. Thanks for any feedback.

 

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Posted 16 March 2015 - 05:04 PM

Use House of Moto to upgrade, I wouldn't use the utility. I would also use the latest TWRP just make sure you can flash the latest ROMs.

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#3 HydroMX

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Posted 16 March 2015 - 05:15 PM

Thanks for the reply. One last question. After I use House of Moto to upgrade all I need to do is side load SuperSU through TWRP correct?



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Posted 16 March 2015 - 05:36 PM

TWRP should have an option to root built-in. It should ask you to root after you flash TWRP, when you choose to reboot to system.

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Posted 16 March 2015 - 06:15 PM

After reading more. I come to the conclusion that I can put the latest TWRP image in the recovery folder. Then when I generate the script to run the .bat file it will update my TWRP and also do a system update all at one time.

 

I know I can AP Fastboot TWRP. I just never used House of Moto before.


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Posted 16 March 2015 - 06:17 PM

After reading more. I come to the conclusion that I can put the latest TWRP image in the recovery folder. Then when I generate the script to run the .bat file it will update my TWRP and also do a system update all at one time.

 

I know I can AP Fastboot TWRP. I just never used House of Moto before.

Finally someone who reads before jumping in and wonder why things don't work. 
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