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Thread: will or IS rubix 1.9.0 (non-leaked) obsolete?

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    Its not difficult to take the OTA. Just restore a clean stock rom, defrost or restore all bloatware, remove bootstrap in root explorer, download update and install. If you have a stock theme backup just odex it.
    I have root explorer how and why would I remove bootstrap?
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    Ok.... I still have my first back up , lets see if I go back to that if it will still let my update? I didn't flash a rom on tha t so the blur should be there.
    If your first backup was stock, all the bloatware etc there you'll be able to update without a problem.

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    Updated yesterday using a stock 2.2 2.3.15 backup and the 2.3.40 update zip loaded from stock recovery. Lost root, but I expected that. rerooted using Z4 Root (1.1.0).

    Probably going to throw Darkslide on it today to see what it's all about.
    Lol I was thinking the same thing.
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    If you're going to take the 2.2.1 OTA its best to also get rid of bootstrap. You can reinstall it after update. All backups and downloads are stored in clockworkmod folder in your file manager.
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    If you're going to take the 2.2.1 OTA its best to also get rid of bootstrap. You can reinstall it after update. All backups and downloads are stored in clockworkmod folder in your file manager.
    But how and where do you find it in root ex.
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    If you're done with getting your system back to stock you remove bootstrap by going into root explorer and deleting system/bin/hijack and delete system/bin/logwrapper then rename system/bin/logwrapper.bin to system/bin/logwrapper
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    Uhhh......wow,that went compleatly over my head. I've never deleted or renamed any thing in systems before..... do I do it in that orders? And when i'm ready to get it back do I have to do the same thing? Sorry for being so noobishly annoying.
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    No problem. Yes do it in that order. Do you have root explorer because you can only change system files in that app. After you remove bootstrap you can download it for free here http://koush.tandtgaming.com//motoro...XBootstrap.apk, its the devs site.
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    I have titanium back up to could I use that?
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    No sir, root explorer is the only app with the ability to modify system apps.
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    I have titanium back up to could I use that?
    The easiest way to get your phone ready for the OTA if you have done a lot of stuff to it is just to do a SBF and you will be completely good to go instead of trying to remember what you changed and what needs to get restored. Just my 2 cents.
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