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[Q&A] [ROM] 4.4.2 | CM | 11/05 | OneDroid | Pre-installed Google Apps, SU, Busybox,

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19th November 2014, 12:19 AM   |  #1  
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Q&A for [ROM] 4.4.2 | CM | 11/05 | OneDroid | Pre-installed Google Apps, SU, Busybox, Xposed

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19th November 2014, 12:19 AM   |  #2  
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onedroid rim broke my phone :(
I installed the onedroid rom on my HTC one m8 and the phone is effectively unusable. I get constant (as in as soon as I clear one another pops up) notifications that google or cyanogenmod processes have stopped. THey come so fast the screen can't even load and I can do nothing with the phone.

The installation process was very standard- I downloaded the zip file, installed from there, and rebooted. What did I do wrong?
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I installed the onedroid rom on my HTC one m8 and the phone is effectively unusable. I get constant (as in as soon as I clear one another pops up) notifications that google or cyanogenmod processes have stopped. THey come so fast the screen can't even load and I can do nothing with the phone.

The installation process was very standard- I downloaded the zip file, installed from there, and rebooted. What did I do wrong?

Did you wipe cache, dalvik cache and system partition before flashing? Do that and then flash the ROM
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Did you wipe cache, dalvik cache and system partition before flashing? Do that and then flash the ROM


Yes. I admit I'm new to modding android but I followed the instructions.
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After a little playing I found that I not only had to wipe cache, dalvik cache, and system as well as all data. This got onedroid to install in a way that was usable. However there are still serious issues with google play services. Doing a basic install of onedroid I can set up my google account and am immediately told that multiple applications have issues and that google play services need to update...but it wont update. I attempt to update google play services and it literally sits there with the spinning logo. I left it all night, hoping it was updating in the background but it was still spinning when I woke up.

I read some possible fixes for this-
1- remove google account from phone, reboot, re-add google account. This made no difference.
2- from recovery, install the latest signed gapps zip package. I did that and ended up with the same situation as the first post in the thread- notification after notification of stopped processes
3- I then tried a full wipe and re-installed onedroid and the signed gapps package at the same time. Same result as number 2

So still no love. I really want to use this ROM as it seems like the best one for me. Any idea?
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After a little playing I found that I not only had to wipe cache, dalvik cache, and system as well as all data. This got onedroid to install in a way that was usable. However there are still serious issues with google play services. Doing a basic install of onedroid I can set up my google account and am immediately told that multiple applications have issues and that google play services need to update...but it wont update. I attempt to update google play services and it literally sits there with the spinning logo. I left it all night, hoping it was updating in the background but it was still spinning when I woke up.

I read some possible fixes for this-
1- remove google account from phone, reboot, re-add google account. This made no difference.
2- from recovery, install the latest signed gapps zip package. I did that and ended up with the same situation as the first post in the thread- notification after notification of stopped processes
3- I then tried a full wipe and re-installed onedroid and the signed gapps package at the same time. Same result as number 2

So still no love. I really want to use this ROM as it seems like the best one for me. Any idea?

Let me recompile the ROM and push an update, that might fix it
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