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ROM Psycho
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Looks like if you want to keep root you can hold out, but if you want to solve some problems you have to update. I hope the devs can break this new build fast. I love root access and its abilities.
 

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Android Tinkerer
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What update are you talking about?
I can't even check for updates on my Bionic...
It fails when checking!
I gladly give up Root for a week or so to fix the network dropping all the time on my line!
The DEVs had fixed the network issue on the Gingerbread build for the OG Droid a week after GB dropped!
Why the hell couldn't Motorola have fixed it before releasing the build for this phone???
 

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Android Tinkerer
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Working on the Root for the update, or working on the network error fix?
 

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Android Tinkerer
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So there is an update?
I was told there wouldn't be an update till mid Nov?
 

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ROM Psycho
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Discussion Starter · #17 ·
papi92 said:
You can preroot any update. He has it prerooted so when you install you'll keep root. Now if you install the official unprerooted version then your stuck without root till an exploit is found
Gotcha, so will the system keep prompting for an update if you flash the prerooted one?
 

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Average Android
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Guys, please remember this is just a leak. Not an update. Not official by any means. It may, itself, have bugs. If you try it out....be super duper careful as there currently is no way back to stock. Not even via sbf according to P3Droid. I don't know for sure, but in the past, that usually meant there was an update to the bootloader. So you'd have to wait until a newer sbf came out.
Just be careful! !
 
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