With all the problems with new firmware releases especially recently, Why isn't downgrading to previous firmware a standard option in all smartphones? What i mean is currently, to downgrade back to 4.1 there is a known procedure to do this but there is risk and I for one am not savy enough to attempt even the easiest steps and I fear for whatever reason I will brick my phone and/or void my warranty. Suggestion. Add to the firmware an option to reload previous firmware. Specifically: From the factory reset menu option in settings, 1. Option A: Factory reset to current Firmware version (And actually list the version I.E 4.3) and then option B: Factory reset to previous Firmware version (I.E. 4.1). Would also be nice to have an option to save currently running Firmware (the one that is working currnently and 100% functional) and be able to reload that if a new Firmware screws up your device. So before you start the firmeware udpate, you save your current version and reload it if needed. Kind of like saving the current image. Why can't downgrading be that simple. I cannot believe this day and age this is not standard on all smartphones unless of course there is some technical reason this is not currently available thoughts?