Automatic updates keeps updating same patch

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Download (April 2015 servicing stack update): For the record, here are the steps that fix my problem (32-bit Windows7 SR1) that stuck at "Checking for updates" or "Preparing to install".(1) run "net stop wuauserv" from to stop Windows Update service; (2) download and install "April 2015 servicing stack update" (Windows6.1-KB3020369-x86.msu") mentioned in this answer; (3) download and install "Windows 7 SP1 Update Rollup" (Windows6.1-KB3179573-x86.msu); (4) download and install the "Windows Update Client Update" (Windows6.1-KB3172605-x86.msu) mentioned in this answer.Originally Posted by nezlek As more Lineage OS builds come on line and multiple "nightly" update builds for devices start to appear, one of the issues users may face is the how and why of installing them.This is far from the worst thing that has ever happened, but WHAT, for instance WOULD be the recoveries that DO allow for automated updates?If that recovery happens to be, for example, TWRP 3.0.2.0 on an LG v410 tablet, all that might happen is you might find yourself, as I did, staring at a TWRP screen with NOTHING happening.

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In my case, I downloaded the new nightly to the root directory my SD Card and let fly, and everything worked, but that seems rather not elegant.

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