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  1. Atma

    Atma Well-Known Member

    You can download it here. eaef14432ff5.signed-mantaray-JDQ39-from-JOP40D.eaef1443.zip MD5:ed637878ccba20ba9d44e62685ac67e9

    You should be able to sideload it with the command; adb sideload eaef14432ff5.signed-mantaray-JDQ39-from-JOP40D.eaef1443.zip

    I tried this morning and had no luck doing it that way. I had to go to work and didn't have much time to play around with it.

    How to Set Up ADB / Fastboot with Android SDK for Any Andorid Device (Thanks clo821 for the link)

    How to install JDQ39 for Rooted and Non-Rooted (Thanks Chrizzl3 for the link)

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  2. Caveman419

    Caveman419 Well-Known Member

    I could not load the newest ADB on my work machine so sideload did not work. I installed one of the Toolkits, temp flashed TWRP and flashed the update that way. Now I am back to stock with 4.2.2. Time to see if there are any improvements.
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  3. Atma

    Atma Well-Known Member


    Thanks, that's good to know. I was going to try TWRP when I get home from work.
  4. Caveman419

    Caveman419 Well-Known Member

    If you use the latest version of ADB, you should have a problem with the 'sideload' command.
  5. Droid_Junky

    Droid_Junky Well-Known Member

    I restored my Nandroid of 4.2.1. Used Voodoo RootKeeper to save root and flashed the zip in TWRP. Worked fine. Restored root with VooDoo and had to re-install TWRP through GooManager and back up and running with 4.2.2 in less than five minutes!
  6. tachnician199

    tachnician199 Member

    Is it more stable than 4.2.1? I had to go the custom ROM route because 4.2.1 just would reboot all the time. I would love to be back on stock, but only if it's stable. Please let me know.
  7. Droid_Junky

    Droid_Junky Well-Known Member

    So far it appears to be stable for me. Left it running overnight and no reboots. I can't be positive but it seems faster as well. Tibu restored really quick. I have 127 apps to restore and it seemed to only take a few minutes. Normally I would have to walk away and come back.
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  8. tachnician199

    tachnician199 Member

    @Droid_Junky Thanks for the info! Think I'll watch this thread and see if this really does stabilize teh Nexus 10.
  9. Atma

    Atma Well-Known Member


    I did the same thing yesterday when I got home. No problems at all. I didn't have to restore apps. Did you do a wipe before you installed it?

    I'm leaving mine on all day while I'm at work to check for reboots, although it was rare if I had one before. It may be just a coincidence, but my wifi is also a lot better. Since about 2 weeks ago it's been terrible even though my laptop seemed normal. Now my N10 is back up to normal. I hope it stays that way.
  10. Droid_Junky

    Droid_Junky Well-Known Member

    I didn't wipe anything. Also left it running while at work. Haven't made it home yet.

    Edit: 19 hours up time with no reboots so far! And it's definitely faster. Haven't found any lag so far!:thumbup:
  11. Atma

    Atma Well-Known Member

    No reboots on mine and my WiFi is still working great!

    I'm enjoying using my tablet again. :party:
  12. Droid_Junky

    Droid_Junky Well-Known Member

    So the only issue I have found is that I can't get rid of the Google Play movie error 408. "Couldn't fetch license."

    Anyone else seeing this error?
  13. The_Superhoo

    The_Superhoo Well-Known Member

    Directed here from post on main Nexus 10 board... Directions on link say this is for going from 4.2.1 to 4.2.2, but as discussed I'm only on 4.2.0. Won't the update require 4.2.1 installed to work?
  14. Atma

    Atma Well-Known Member

  15. Droid_Junky

    Droid_Junky Well-Known Member

    I believe it's a full ROM but if you want to play it safe you could flash the one from the xda thread. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2148381

    And actually by using the one from XDA you don't have to hassle with preserving root and losing custom recovery. Flashing the one from this thread is a little more work. The one I linked wasn't available when this thread was started.
  16. Atma

    Atma Well-Known Member

    I rarely use play movies but I tried it last night and it worked fine.


    Superhoo did you get it to work?
  17. Droid_Junky

    Droid_Junky Well-Known Member

    Well darn. I don't really use the movies either but I don't like knowing something doesn't work. I've run out of ideas.

    Guess it doesn't matter. Waiting on paranoid to get updated so I can install my favorite Lucid theme.
  18. Atma

    Atma Well-Known Member


    Have you tried clearing data and cache in the app and also maybe the Google services framework app.
  19. Droid_Junky

    Droid_Junky Well-Known Member

    I did. I've wiped everything I could find. Even uninstalled and reloaded from scratch.

    Looks like there was so many changes with the update that the CM10 ROMS are struggling to get all of their mods in place. Might be on stock for a while! But overall it was a good update.
  20. rick311

    rick311 Well-Known Member

    I'm not the most tech savvy dude here. I did manage to root my nexus 10 a few months ago when I got it. But now I can't update it after root. Is there "install new update and not lose root for dummies" way of doing this?

    Or maybe someone can walk me through it? I read every single post in here and not much makes sense to me.
  21. Atma

    Atma Well-Known Member


    Did you install a custom recovery when you rooted? Download the update then go to recovery and select install zip from SD card. But first, download OTA Rootkeeper from the play store. Install it and then use it to temporary unroot. Then install the update from recovery. After you reboot use OTA Rootkeeper again and select restore root.

    If you still have stock recovery, you can download the update, rename it to update.zip and select the install update option in recovery.
  22. rick311

    rick311 Well-Known Member

    I've tried all of these options. I can't seem to get it done at all. Any other way to do it? I wonder what I could be doing wrong. Grrrrrrr.
  23. Atma

    Atma Well-Known Member

    Can you explain exactly what you do and what happens?
  24. rick311

    rick311 Well-Known Member

    I downloaded root keeper. Then I downloaded the update from the original post in this thread. Ran the root keeper app. Shut down my nexus. Reboot in recovery and tried to flash from SD. It says it fails to install via tried moving it around in different locations (moving the file around from the download folder tooth root of the "SD" card) and still nothing. I even tried renaming it to update and it would still fail. It would say that the file isn't verified.
  25. Atma

    Atma Well-Known Member

    Which recovery are you using? Which method did you use to root?
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