will a firmware update overwrite a rom? i flashed a rom but i want the original stock that phone came with back and im wondering if a ota uodate will change things :smokingsomb:
So I accidentally flashed my at&t galaxy s3 to canadian firmware...I wasn't paying attention, and I followed these directions one night...
How to upgrade the Galaxy S3 I747M to Android 4.0.4 ICS build VLALH1
And when I realized it, I tried to flash back to the stock US AT&T firmware, but haven't been successful.
I got bored over the weekend and root and romed my S3. I didn't like the roms I got so I wanted to go back to stock. Problem is I forgot to do a backup of the stock firmware before flashing. Is there a way to get back to true stock? I have flashed stock firmware back on the phone, but when I try to get the VZW update, it fails.
I made the stupid mistake of not making one before i flashed a new rom:smokingsomb:. I am wondering if anyone could send me their stock recovery. I am currently using stock rom plus because i bricked my phone and i didn't make a back up. If anyone could help me out, that would be great,
Simple, I would like to know how many of you went back to stock ROM after 4.1.2 was released. I tried a couple of ROMs that had the update included and I was having so many data drops, SOD, Google server disconnections that I said "**** this" and flashed the latest factory image on my phone.
My previous phone was a Motorola Atrix. That phone never received ICS, much less JB update.
Hi, I was using CM 7.2 and I wanted to update to official ICS so I flashed generic stock firmware with flashtool but i want to have ICS with my phone SI Number. If i change it in build.prop, will the update use my customization number?
I have an xperia S that has bootloader unlocked and currently running a custom rom. In the next few weeks I may be swapping the phone with a family member. How would I go about getting the phone back on stock Sony firmware.
Recently I tried out a custom rom on my T-mobile branded One S, but I want to revert back to stock in order to do a S-OFF.
Before flashing the custom rom I ran the latest official t-mobile firmware, non rooted, original recovery, h-boot 2.16 and radio 1.15, S-ON.
I flashed a couple roms on my Nexus S but didn't like them so wanted to go back to stock. So to make sure I get the original update I flashed 4.0.4 on it. I set my phone up and everything and got the notification that there's an OTA. Of course I let it install. Phone shuts down, starts installing, CWM asks me if I want to run the untrusted file, I select yes and get a Status 7 error.