4.0.4

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  1. SwagTech

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    I'm unlocked and rooted. What happens if I flash the latest 4.0.4 update? What's different from the version I have now? Do it improve battery and radios?
     
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    the update (firmware), improves overall performance, addresses the Android OS bug, and some other tweaks.

    There are 4.0.4 radios that increase signal strength and hold a signal better.
     
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    So I should flash it?
     
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    That's up to you.

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    Are you going to? Will I loose root?
     
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    Lol. I flashed 4.0.4 a long time ago. And yes, you will lose root but you can just flash the su.zip and get it back. Or you can flash a rooted 4.0.4 ROM after.

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    I flashed 4.0.4 awhile ago as well, but I thought this was a newer version??
     
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    What's your build number? If you're on IMM76K then you are on the newest version. This latest leak" is the same leak from a couple weeks ago.

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    I'm on 4.0.4 IMM76I
     
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    Then you're on a ROM like AOKP right? IMM76I is only for GSM or ROMs.

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    Its Cyanogenmod version ParanoidAndroid just flashed today. I want the update but not sure about loosing root and having to do the process again. Have to look into more I guess.. still somewhat of a newbie