1. tim horton's Avatar
    My AT&T GS3 was rooted and with twrp recovery installed. I could download the update for 4.1.2. When I ran the update, it would get into twrp recovery and stop with error. From there I can simply reboot back to system and phone continue to function without any change. Do I need to get rid of twrp before trying the update again?
    08-10-2013 05:02 PM
  2. Paul627g's Avatar
    My AT&T GS3 was rooted and with twrp recovery installed. I could download the update for 4.1.2. When I ran the update, it would get into twrp recovery and stop with error. From there I can simply reboot back to system and phone continue to function without any change. Do I need to get ride of twrp before trying the update again?
    You can try putting the stock recovery back but I know most end up just restoring back to stock/unrooting if they want to grab the OTA update.
    tim horton likes this.
    08-10-2013 05:23 PM
  3. GTWalling's Avatar
    Yes, you need to go back to stock recovery instead of TWRP. It will fail every time without stock recovery.
    tim horton likes this.
    08-11-2013 11:31 AM
  4. tim horton's Avatar
    I took the easy way out. I flashed the update using this:
    [Stock Rom] AT&T 4.1.2 UCMG2 {Rooted} - xda-developers
    Everything seemed to work. No need to remove and reinstall custom recovery. No waiting for the slow download of the update. The phone remained rooted too.




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    08-14-2013 10:08 AM

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