How to Use FlashFire to Flash an OTA Update, Without Losing Root Since it's flashing a full image file and not just a simple update, it could. Hi, This guide is based in my first post about how to do it with the Moto G4: g4/ how-to/guide-simple-ota-update-rooted-unlocked-t The answer is simple you can't update a rooted phone using the device, you can go about the process of running the OTA Android update.
I'm talking about just rooting! Not installing any custom recovery or anything.. just simple root!. So my question is plain and simple, I have a Galaxy S6 with Android I want to root it but i was wondering whether this will stop me from. You can also keep root and TWRP after doing the OTA by simply And you can do this ALL without a computer, which makes it simple and you.
This post was edited by san-antonio-air-conditioner-and-heating.comy at , Feb Hello MIUIERS,Mr. Naughty again with AWESOME tutorial for Update OTA. I factory reset and then flashed back to the stock sprint rom and upgraded to the latest update so I could use the OTA simple root program. Remember the 3-click SimpleRoot app that brought full root, However, If you applied the latest god forsaken EVO OTA, you may have found. If I root my OnePlus 3, will I still continue getting OTA updates on the device itself ? A simple answer is no as if any update is available for your phone it will ask. It's an endless battle: installing the update breaks root or won't flash at all, but On Lollipop and earlier versions of Android, the over-the-air (OTA) update sets . Since it's flashing a full image file and not just a simple update.