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how to apply update in safer way ?

  1. G_ahmed_idris_ZMIJ
    Donut Nov 3, 2017

    G_ahmed_idris_ZMIJ , Nov 3, 2017 :
    can anyone tell what to do when i want to update my phone op5
    so i can skip any issue in future with software .
    thx
     

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  2. Android450
    Marshmallow Nov 3, 2017


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  3. sfomin
    Nougat Nov 3, 2017

    sfomin , Nov 3, 2017 :
    why u no troll?! such possibility from the title [​IMG]
     

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  4. Android450
    Marshmallow Nov 3, 2017

    Android450 , Nov 3, 2017 :
    I figured trying to put a condom on the phone wouldn't work out so well, it could snap :D
     

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  5. sfomin
    Nougat Nov 3, 2017

    sfomin , Nov 3, 2017 :
    use magnum XXXL [​IMG]
     

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  6. Android450
    Marshmallow Nov 3, 2017


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  7. sfomin
    Nougat Nov 3, 2017


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  8. Blaze Mathews
    Gingerbread Nov 3, 2017

    Blaze Mathews , Nov 3, 2017 :
    If you are noon root user settings > System Update
    Or you can download an app called oxygen updater from Playstore use it download the zip file
    Then reboot to stock recovery
    Install package and wait till it reboot
     

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  9. [GG]
    Jelly Bean Nov 3, 2017

    [GG] , Nov 3, 2017 :
    ??
     

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  10. Punk_69
    Lollipop Nov 3, 2017

    Punk_69 , Nov 3, 2017 :
    Like, the phone becomes rooted at 12 noon and turns back to normal at midnight :p
     

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  11. Android450
    Marshmallow Nov 3, 2017

    Android450 , Nov 3, 2017 :
    So it's like Cinderella?
     

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  12. Punk_69
    Lollipop Nov 3, 2017


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  13. Tobikage
    Nougat Nov 3, 2017

    Tobikage , Nov 3, 2017 :
    Don't install any updates at all. That's the only theoretical way to avoid any problems that future updates might introduce.
     

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  14. GopalB.
    Nougat Nov 3, 2017

    GopalB. , Nov 3, 2017 :
    He meant someone who goes down to root and use it each noon...
     

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  15. GopalB.
    Nougat Nov 3, 2017

    GopalB. , Nov 3, 2017 :
    The safest way to update is don't update unless you feel like something is missing and that thing is there in the update change log...
     

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  16. G_Tushar_Awadhiya_ukya
    Donut Nov 3, 2017


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  17. Jeet77
    Jelly Bean Nov 3, 2017

    Jeet77 , Nov 3, 2017 :
    Safest way is to search before creating threads and using that gray-white thingy inside your skull.
     

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  18. G_TV95_MeLm
    Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 3, 2017

    G_TV95_MeLm , Nov 3, 2017 :
    Firstly, stick to stable builds. After an update comes out, wait 2-3 days and look at forums to check if anyone is reporting issues. If there are issues, wait till the next update. If you feel the update has new features for which you can withstand the issues, update.
     

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  19. ShadowBolt09
    Jelly Bean Nov 3, 2017

    ShadowBolt09 , Nov 3, 2017 :
    put 2 condoms on your phone and pray to your God that it will not be affected by a bug
     

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  20. G_Joe_Smart_Ltmx
    Honeycomb Nov 3, 2017

    G_Joe_Smart_Ltmx , Nov 3, 2017 :
    There's no way to do it. OOS is poorly programmed so software issues are going to crop up no matter how you install updates. Software issues will eventually crop up even if you never update OOS again for as long as you own your phone. Software problems on OOS are ultimately unavoidable.
     

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