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Can I update with this method?

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Hello everyone :D

 

Been a long time since I posted on here because I found B895 Slim-V7 to be great, however now I want to go back to ICS CM 9.1

 

I'm using as mentioned above b895 slimv7 and that is running on baseband 109808, could I use the upgrade through recovery method and then flash cyanogenmod? I read the forum post and it mentions that it "should be upgraded through the official method" but would the flash version work? I can't really use an update.app at this moment in time as I haven't got the sd card with me that is fast enough >.<

 

 

Thanks in advance. :)

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You mean this?

 

http://www.modaco.com/topic/361310-downgrade-upgrade-from-recovery/

 

That should work in my experience. Worked fine for me going from ICS (Stock+ & new baseband) to GB (AtomicMod/SuperSlim & old baseband) and back to ICS. (I'm now back on GB & old baseband :)).

 

However if you are going from GB to ICS/JB might you need to do an official bootloader unlock in which case you will probably need to go via stock B952 update.app anyway?

 

http://www.modaco.com/topic/362821-tutorial-how-to-officially-unlock-the-bootloader-with-definitions-relock-guide-included/

 

If you don't get "3G reboots" on the unofficially unlocked ICS bootloader then I don't think you need to do an official bootloader unlock.

 

Hope this helps.

Edited by dalyer
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So I can use that to go to 2030 baseband and to Cm 9.1 from gb 109808 baseband android 2.3?

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appears to have worked, running cm9.1 ty.

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