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Ok,I see the problem. Download the factory image from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=47156064
Yep, I literary just figured out that I should be flashing it from the 4.4 zip I feel really stupid now. Anyways thanks for your help!

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Ok,I see the problem. Download the factory image from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=47156064
Also, if I have a modified system or framework with anything such as Xposed, will flashing the system.img for the current android version always revert it so I can sideload the newest update? And if I have a custom kernel I would have to do the boot.img as well?
 
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Yep, I literary just figured out that I should be flashing it from the 4.4 zip I feel really stupid now. Anyways thanks for your help!

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Also, if I have a modified system or framework with anything such as Xposed, will flashing the system.img for the current android version always revert it so I can sideload the newest update? And if I have a custom kernel I would have to do the boot.img as well?
Yes, to both your questions. If you have a custom kernel you'll need to boot.img too
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