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Issue receiving the latest OTA update

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by praeceps, Mar 12, 2010.

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    Well, I've more than once now gotten the message to receive the latest OTA update, but nandroid keeps getting in the way. My first idea would be reflash it without nandroid, and then allow it to update, and then finally reroot. Well, it seems I lost my original nandroid backup, so far as I can tell. I forgot what one would look like. Regardless, I'm now stumped. Help please.
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    SPRecovery disables OTA updates. You'll have to go back to stock completely to get the OTA update.
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    Welp, that's what I'm in the middle of now. Am I correct in that I'd be able to reroot? Thanks plenty though.
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    Yeah, rerooting is fine. Somehow you're like 2 months behind the update curve. You should have no problems.