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Thread: SBF back to stock from Liberty GB for official GB?

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    SBF back to stock from Liberty GB for official GB?

    Just thinking, should I SBF back to stock in anticipation of the official GB that should be released by big red Friday?

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    Yep. You have to in order to get it.
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    Yeah but if you do will you be able to root? That's the million dollar question

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    But I wouldn't SBF back until you hear it's officially been released to everyone. And if you take the update, you may not be rooted for a while. You may want to wait until someone has root available for it.
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    My sentiments exactly

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwalz View Post
    Yeah but if you do will you be able to root? That's the million dollar question

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    P3Droid said there is no root available for it right now. You WILL lose root. I'm sure they'll crack it soon enough though.
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    Oh yeah insure they will but I would wait to make sure I'm able to root cause chances of me staying on Ginger for a length of time are slim to none... just wana check it out then back to liberty I go.lol

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    I'm currently running Liberty GB 0.5 and I'm loving it. It runs great and is pretty much glitch free as far as I've seen. I don't want to go to the official GB unless it's some massive improvement on things although I doubt it but if I'm to believe what P3droid said in his statement about Verizon searching for those who ROM. Verizon will know that those who don't take the pushed Official GB are currently running a ROM.
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    If your rooted and the leak is the same as the offical whats the point you sbf which unroots you then you have to reroot when avaliable. Seems like if you stay on leak your avoiding the middle man. I think there will be alot of people that just dont do the upgrade. Ill bet there are still people on 20.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leviathngod View Post
    I'm currently running Liberty GB 0.5 and I'm loving it. It runs great and is pretty much glitch free as far as I've seen. I don't want to go to the official GB unless it's some massive improvement on things although I doubt it but if I'm to believe what P3droid said in his statement about Verizon searching for those who ROM. Verizon will know that those who don't take the pushed Official GB are currently running a ROM.
    There will be no way for big red to know if you took the push unless you bring the phone in.
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