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Going from .886 to .902

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by manurules3, Apr 17, 2012.

  1. manurules3

    manurules3 Newbie
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    Hey guys I'm in need of a little help. I'm currently running Liberty on a .886 Bionic and I was wondering what steps do I need to take to get it to .902 with root. Thanks for any responses!!
     



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  2. eyedea

    eyedea Member

    You use bootstrap or safestrap to flash liberty?
     
  3. manurules3

    manurules3 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I used Bionic Bootstrapper to flash liberty.
     
  4. eyedea

    eyedea Member

    Did you make a backup of stock? Just restore stock and take the ota. Forever root if you want to retain root in the process.
     
  5. manurules3

    manurules3 Newbie
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    Hmm.. I have quite a few backups one of which is stock but I'm not sure which is which. Is there a way to tell? Or is it hit and miss?
     
  6. eyedea

    eyedea Member

    If you cant find your stock backup, hit me up and we can go another route to get on 902.
     
  7. New Rising

    New Rising Android Enthusiast


    When you get everything sorted out use es file explorer or something and rename your backups so you know which is which. I used to try and just remember by date but it's much simpler to rename them.
     
  8. OutOfPhase

    OutOfPhase Premium Member

    When you rename the backups don't put a space between the names in the file, it will mess up the md5 sum and you won't be able to use it to restore . Write it with an under score between them like_this.
     
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  9. New Rising

    New Rising Android Enthusiast

    That's why i was always hesitant to rename one of my back ups, i thought i might mess something up. So i tested it on a backup i didn't really need. In es file explorer it hightlights a certain part to rename and leaves the other part like you said. So i just renamed the highlighted part and it worked fine. Now i know for sure though, thanks.
     

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