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Question How do i Upgrade recovery partition ISO from 19.04 to 19.10 without fresh install of Pop OS

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How do i update recovery partition with latest distro from 19.04 pop os to 19.10 pop os?
My recovery partition has 19.04 Pop OS but i want to replace it with 19.10 Pop OS without having to install a new 19.10 Pop OS as i have already upgraded my OS to 19.10 - i dont want to lose my home data.
 

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I don't think that is supported yet. @mmstick will know for sure though - He created the daemon. Make sure you do back ups before anything else if the data needs to be kept.
 

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