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

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  1. chefb

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    I been having some interesting conversations around the forum, and have got some very informed and some salty answers. Which brought me to this topic of disscussion
    Where do the non -leakers go to for further updates for our phones/ or theme them, are we out dated...maybe ......so what should we do? Do you think or know if there wil be a update that addresses the outdated build issue that the non-leak version has? What is our path from here?
     
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    I'm still on RubiX 1.9.0 non-leaked version if it makes you feel any better. ;)

    Happy with the way things are running, so far, so I haven't felt the need to update... yet.
     
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    I went from rubiX 1.9.0 on .15, sbfed to .340, installed rubix 1.9.0 for .320, then installed a patch to update a few system files. I don't see that much of a difference, but I may as well stay on the happy and updated path.
     
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    The 2.3.15 OTA is obsolete. It would be in your best interest to take the 2.3.340 OTA if you want further updates from verizon. I will be updating only to 2.3.340, it's confusing me as much as you guys keeping track of both :)
     
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    If you have updated to 2.3.340 OTA you can install Rubix Focused 1.9 Leak version and then use the patch that was provided to bring it up to speed. I did this last week and everything has been working great. Also, Themes for Focused 1.9 will still work for you.
     
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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.
     
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    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.
     
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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.
     
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    I have root explorer how and why would I remove bootstrap?
     
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    Lol I was thinking the same thing.