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Ok, o have followed every step but can't find the downgrade option - where is it?
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Downgrade from 27mb Xolo ICS option

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Yep done that, says pushed suceefully, it then reboots my phone( does that now mean I have downgraded it)??

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After it says pushed successfully it says error can't open files?
Have I downgraded it or not???
Please help!!!
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After it says pushed successfully it says error can't open files?
Have I downgraded it or not???
Please help!!!
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do this it is so much easier http://www.modaco.co...tly-(for-NOOBS)

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Don't do ota then use tool, this is easiest method

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Are u sure it will work , will it brick my phone ?

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Are u sure it will work , will it brick my phone ?

99.9 percent sure it won't as that is the official way to do a a usb update

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All at own risk though

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So I put the old xolo ontop of my 27mb update!
Is that safe?

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99.9 percent sure it won't as that is the official way to do a a usb update



But I already have the xolo 27mb update and flashing the old 1 won't brick it?

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Will l lose my current data

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No as your just flashing the software without the update, all data will be lost unless you backup with something like titanium backup

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