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Is your Nexus 4 100% stock? (i.e. no Xposed module changes, or low-level tweaks like status bar mods and DPI changes). Verification will fail if the system files on your device don't match factory/the expected ones. I had this happen to me several times with both my N4 and N5. Reverting the changes I made (thankfully, they weren't too many) fixed it.
If you didn't sync your Calendar with Google, I'm afraid you won't be able to restore it.
Infact your phone is not the international Note 1 GT-N700. You have the korean version SHV-E160L which is converted to N700.
Since you bought your phone from Kuwait, the phone has the Kuwait Galaxy Note 2 Rom, and still now the 4.3 update has not been pushed out in Kuwait or the middle east region for both the note 2 and s3. But for the Indian Rom 4.3 has already been pushed out for both the phones. My brother had the same problem with his s3 and since I have some knowledge in ...
update.zip are never touched by Android. Inside that archive is a script that is parsed and interpreted by the Recovery runtime. The Recovery, at execution, opens the archive by unzipping into a temporary directory, reads the script, aptly named update-script, analyzes it, and based on the syntax, executes a function known to Recovery, that function may do ...
I'm O2 UK as well, and at 4.3, my phone is 'up to date'. This article suggests we'll be getting Kitkat, but not quite yet. If you look at comparable previous releases from Samsung, I think we've still got months yet.
In the US, updates generally come through the carrier. Each carrier has to test & approve the update; so if an AT&T S4 has the 4.4 update, that doesn't mean that the Verizon version has been approved.
Doing some searches to try and help some losts souls with this little phone, there is a download available on several other forums that will update this phone via Odin tar files to a 'stock' 4.1.2 firmware, it's a tool release directly from Samsung and it's available on their website. XDA Developer thread for CWM on the SCH-R740c Samsung download page for ...
As the others have said, you have to wait. But it would help to know which Galaxy Nexus you have. Is it a GSM one or Verizon's Galaxy Nexus? I'm pretty sure Verizon has given up on updating that phone at this point. And regardless of which version you have, it won't be updated to 4.4 (see: https://support.google.com/nexus/answer/3468085?hl=en) But as Zlatty ...
Segmenting off of what Matt Voboril said, you can go over to XDA Developers and learn how to unlock your phone (so you can tinker with it), install a new recovery (so that you can manipulate at the system level (backups, side-loading, installing new roms, etc.), and install a ROM with the latest android (4.4.2 ATM). If you are using Verizon's gnex, go here. ...
You might have to (re-) flash the complete (stock) ROM. Rooting involves changing things on the /system partition, which changes its checksum. Some OTA updates use the checksum to see whether the update "fits", and thus will refuse to install if not. Looks like your Moto falls into this category.
you can unroot it by using framaroot before that put a superuser in your storage and then you can have the option of unrooting your phone,and the other way is use cyanogenmod
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