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[Q] i9300t flashing problem

22nd January 2014, 06:33 AM   |  #1  
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Hey guys i recently posted a question about whether my i9300t would be able to safely run cyanogenmod 11, the answers i received said that i would not have a problem, i had already flashed the S4 revolution rom successfully, aswell as cyanogenmod 10.2, but when attempting to flash CM11 and AOKP (4.4.2) it just came up with a red 'FAILED!' sign for both of them.. im using the latest TWRP

Any ideas? much appreciated, thanks Guys
22nd January 2014, 07:48 AM   |  #2  
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Hey guys i recently posted a question about whether my i9300t would be able to safely run cyanogenmod 11, the answers i received said that i would not have a problem, i had already flashed the S4 revolution rom successfully, aswell as cyanogenmod 10.2, but when attempting to flash CM11 and AOKP (4.4.2) it just came up with a red 'FAILED!' sign for both of them.. im using the latest TWRP

Any ideas? much appreciated, thanks Guys

not sure if it is also valid for CM, but most rom devs recommend not to use TWRP for flashing a 4.4 rom. Maybe try Philz?
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Format System, data, preload and sd card (internal memory) while on TWRP, aswell factory reset wipe all data and dalvik cache and then flash those ROMs
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Format System, data, preload and sd card (internal memory) while on TWRP, aswell factory reset wipe all data and dalvik cache and then flash those ROMs

yeah i did everything the way youre supposed to.. it just comes up with some error..
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will it be safe for me to simply flash the clockworkmod .zip file in TWRP?? will it simply just replace it?
22nd January 2014, 03:33 PM   |  #6  
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will it be safe for me to simply flash the clockworkmod .zip file in TWRP?? will it simply just replace it?

If you want to switch to a cwm based try philz. You can flash it in recovery and simply reboot recovery

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