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[Q] Problem installing UltimaAOSP v1.1.1 [Valhalla]

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31st May 2014, 10:07 AM   |  #1  
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Hello!

For some reason I am having some major trouble when I'm trying to install UltimaAOSP v1.1.1 [Valhalla] on my i9300. I have been running UltimaRom v15 for a long time now, but it has been acting up lately (the photo sphere function in the camera crashes every time it's launched and the "system UI" crashes when i try to enable the GPS), so I decided to try out UltimaAOSP.

I have followed the install instructions exactly, wipe data/factory reset and unmount cache. I have tried with and without installing GApps.

PROBLEM: When i restart the phone I can barely get past the sim password screen before stuff starts crashing (contextprovider, phone and one more that i can't remember), and It just keeps crashing over and over so I can't really do anything. When It's left alone for 30 seconds or so it restarts the phone and everything starts crashing again.

"Extra" stuff i have tried:
- Wiping cache partition
- Clearing dalvik cache
- Moving the .zip-file to the internal sd card and external sd card
- Installing V1.1, got exactly the same error(s)

I am currently using CWM 6.0.4.6

Please help? This Is driving me nuts!
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31st May 2014, 12:02 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by Sander91

Hello!

For some reason I am having some major trouble when I'm trying to install UltimaAOSP v1.1.1 [Valhalla] on my i9300. I have been running UltimaRom v15 for a long time now, but it has been acting up lately (the photo sphere function in the camera crashes every time it's launched and the "system UI" crashes when i try to enable the GPS), so I decided to try out UltimaAOSP.

I have followed the install instructions exactly, wipe data/factory reset and unmount cache. I have tried with and without installing GApps.

PROBLEM: When i restart the phone I can barely get past the sim password screen before stuff starts crashing (contextprovider, phone and one more that i can't remember), and It just keeps crashing over and over so I can't really do anything. When It's left alone for 30 seconds or so it restarts the phone and everything starts crashing again.

"Extra" stuff i have tried:
- Wiping cache partition
- Clearing dalvik cache
- Moving the .zip-file to the internal sd card and external sd card
- Installing V1.1, got exactly the same error(s)

I am currently using CWM 6.0.4.6

Please help? This Is driving me nuts!

Try a full wipe format in mounts and storage format the following: format/system, format/cache, format /preload, format /data, warning this will leave you without any rom so make sure you have one ready to flash on your Ext SD.

Because you are not fully wiping it is leaving files behind which interferer with your new installation (short explanation)

Also I would recommend Philz recovery which does all this for you (it as a option to wipe to install a new rom)
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Try a full wipe format in mounts and storage format the following: format/system, format/cache, format /preload, format /data, warning this will leave you without any rom so make sure you have one ready to flash on your Ext SD.

Because you are not fully wiping it is leaving files behind which interferer with your new installation (short explanation)

Also I would recommend Philz recovery which does all this for you (it as a option to wipe to install a new rom)



That fixed it, thank you!
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