sticky situation, to unroot

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  1. Horch it

    Horch it Member

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    Ok, I have the Z4root sitting on my sd card just waiting to be let loose to the app drawer. My question is, what is the SOP to unroot the Z4? I just want to make sure I understand what I'm getting into. Plus I understand once I do root I have to back up the phone in case anything goes wrong once the roming starts. :)
     
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    That is correct you do have to make a backup before doing any roms. Well you dont have to but if something goes wrong then you dont have a backup to go to.
     
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    I've updated to .340 and now ima thinking z4 won't work

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    I am not 100% sure about that...... The root guides I have seen from .340 all involves a downgrade. You should be able to check there site and it should tell you.
     
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    Z4 works great on the .340 release. I am currently rooted via z4 on the .340 leak.

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    Ok, will do...but, if I'm successful at the root, how difficult is it to un-root the z4?

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    Z4 has its own unroot option at the main menu

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    great, that answers it. Tanks