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Stock rom and recovery

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Helllo,

I would like to restore a stock rom to check is i still have a GPS problem.

Can i flash a stock rom from recovery ?

Can i flash using FTM and keep recovery ?

How find out is i should use "ZTE Skate" or "ZTE V960" rom ?

Thank you.

Edited by xander21
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Your best bet is probably just flashing a stock TPT.

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Yes, it was TPT that i should use not FTM.

So, can i keep recovery to use TPT ?

And what rom should i choose ?

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Yes, it was TPT that i should use not FTM.

So, can i keep recovery to use TPT ?

And what rom should i choose ?

Flashing a TPT doesn't require a custom recovery. The process itself should erase your recovery partition and replace it with the stock Android recovery.

I'm honestly not sure which stock TPT you should flash. You should try to find your carrier's stock ROM and flash that, but it's not the end of the world if you don't.

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Ok thank you for your reply.

Maybe someone else will know better the difference between roms and will know what one is better to use.

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TPT is for stock rom i think because it request to have Update option in About in Settings.

My curent custom doesn't have it.

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You dont need to update anything on a stock rom from settings^^

Dont install something with this option with your stock rom.

You can flash a Stock Rom with recovery or you can restore a backup from CWM. Only use tpt if nothing else works. It is dangerous

But before you flash/restore Stock try the GPS Patch.

Link:

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Thank you.

I'll try gps patch soon.

How flash stock rom from recovery ?

When i check what is inside the zip file it's not the same at all.

Edited by xander21
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Like normal custom rom flash

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Oh... i didn't knew that.

I was thinking only TPT or FTM could flash stock rom... :blush:

Thank you.

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I dont know if you can flash other stocks via cwm but you can flash this stock here via cwm:

http://d-h.st/aKQ

(Austrian zte skate stock/multilanguage)

Thx for megadau/ John Does from android-hilfe.de for uploading it.

All credits go to him.

Best regards

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