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I don't see why you couldn't try. Just know that if you do, that probably will void any warranty on the phone and they can't support it with that software. That version also has known bugs where nfc and volte calls over lte do not work. There will be other bugs with it we well and probably won't be as stable as the stock version. Like with all modifications, you do run the risk of turning the phone into a paper weight.
If you are okay with those risks, you can do that. I would recommend against it if you do not have a backup phone or can purchase another one quickly if it breaks.
I own this phone, too. Thanks for the info. I'm too much of a chicken to mess to lose the warranty.
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I see that theartiszan gave some helpful info, so I'm chiming in to say that changing the software on your own is always a "do at your own risk" kinda thing. We can only suggest using the latest approved version. Thanks for posting.
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