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Installed ROM for the first time and got myself into trouble - please help

OP imgingi

13th July 2014, 02:08 AM   |  #1  
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So I always knew that ROMs are powerful and adding an extra dimension to an old device.
I had a TAB 10.1 and decide to install kitkat on it- [KK 4.4.4]Nameless ROM GT.
Followed Zedomax from highonandroid from a movie I found on YouTube and I can't be more frustrated!
The whole device is slow, the app store is not installed, I'm not used to anything and the whole OS glitches and freezes.
What the hell do I do now? Can someone please help me before I'll lose my mind? I start to regret I did this whole rooting thing but it's obviously too late.
When I got on the official tread of that ROM on the developers forum I see 800+ pages and I don't even know where to start.
In a search for a good soul out there who will save me from that mess.
Thanks!
13th July 2014, 02:42 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by imgingi

So I always knew that ROMs are powerful and adding an extra dimension to an old device.
I had a TAB 10.1 and decide to install kitkat on it- [KK 4.4.4]Nameless ROM GT.
Followed Zedomax from highonandroid from a movie I found on YouTube and I can't be more frustrated!
The whole device is slow, the app store is not installed, I'm not used to anything and the whole OS glitches and freezes.
What the hell do I do now? Can someone please help me before I'll lose my mind? I start to regret I did this whole rooting thing but it's obviously too late.
When I got on the official tread of that ROM on the developers forum I see 800+ pages and I don't even know where to start.
In a search for a good soul out there who will save me from that mess.
Thanks!

I would like to know how to install the Google Play store.
Tried everything I saw online (manula download from the browser) but after installation the deivce wont open the store. It'll try, a white screen will appear and nothing happens. Somone?
14th July 2014, 09:20 PM   |  #3  
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I would like to know how to install the Google Play store.
Tried everything I saw online (manula download from the browser) but after installation the deivce wont open the store. It'll try, a white screen will appear and nothing happens. Somone?

same problems as you
15th July 2014, 02:33 AM   |  #4  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by imgingi

So I always knew that ROMs are powerful and adding an extra dimension to an old device.
I had a TAB 10.1 and decide to install kitkat on it- [KK 4.4.4]Nameless ROM GT.
Followed Zedomax from highonandroid from a movie I found on YouTube and I can't be more frustrated!
The whole device is slow, the app store is not installed, I'm not used to anything and the whole OS glitches and freezes.
What the hell do I do now? Can someone please help me before I'll lose my mind? I start to regret I did this whole rooting thing but it's obviously too late.
When I got on the official tread of that ROM on the developers forum I see 800+ pages and I don't even know where to start.
In a search for a good soul out there who will save me from that mess.
Thanks!

Well when installing a ROM you should also have the appropriate gapps package as well. The gapps package contains the play store and syncing libs needed as well as some other Google apps hence the name gapps. You could use Google to find the gapps package for your android version. Download it, reboot into recovery and flash. Reboot and play store should be there.
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