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i looked into the cm11 for s4 active

seems like the libs are stored in /system/vendor/lib
firmware should go to /system/vendor/firmware

i dont guarantee it working cause samsung always likes to be different from everyone else
so they have alot of different files in the libs which arent in the zip.
make a backup and benchmark and flash this through recovery
Not using CM11. Using Stock 4.4.2 OTA NC9. Couldn't even get the NE3 update.zip to work like it says in the thread over there. I'm running V45 drivers for the Adreno 320 so I'm really needed to make this work.

So I'm putting that s4.zip on an sd card and updating through recovery....>.>

EDIT: When we're talking about recovery, it's holding Volume Up and Power to get to the reovery menu and update from SD correct?
 
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Not using CM11. Using Stock 4.4.2 OTA NC9. Couldn't even get the NE3 update.zip to work like it says in the thread over there. I'm running V45 drivers for the Adreno 320 so I'm really needed to make this work.

So I'm putting that s4.zip on an sd card and updating through recovery....>.>
do you have a custom recovery installed?
 
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Not using CM11. Using Stock 4.4.2 OTA NC9. Couldn't even get the NE3 update.zip to work like it says in the thread over there. I'm running V45 drivers for the Adreno 320 so I'm really needed to make this work.

So I'm putting that s4.zip on an sd card and updating through recovery....>.>
On my G2 I just searched the filenames from the update zip in /system using Root Explorer, wrote down their location, and replaced. YMMV
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LG G2 (T-Mobile) - g2
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Nexus 5 - hammerhead (Wife's)
CM11 Official 2014/06/09 Snapshot M7
LG G Pad 8.3 GPE - palman
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Samsung Galaxy SIII - d2vzw
Mastamoon's Unofficial CM11 - 01/13
Motorola Droid Bionic - targa
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Google Nexus 7 FHD LTE - deb
SlimKat-DEB 1106 Alpha Build
Google Nexus 7 (2012) - deb
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - p4vzw
CM10.1 Official Nightlies
 
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If I had a custom recovery I'd have a custom ROM which I do not. It's stock recovery same as I said above. Trying Droid Explorer to copy the files. Unless you have some words of wisdom for me?

Would very much like to update to the stock OTA Kitkat 4.4.3 that just came out. I know if I update my ROM I have to install these files again. But we'll get to that when we get there.
 
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well if you dont have a custom recovery you only can try replacing the files by hand
you will need root access for that and if you have root you cant update OTA in most cases
your phone could hang up on the process of replacing the files since your messing with the graphic drivers
 
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well if you dont have a custom recovery you only can try replacing the files by hand
you will need root access for that and if you have root you cant update OTA in most cases
your phone could hang up on the process of replacing the files since your messing with the graphic drivers
I have no problem if it crashes. Nothings ever permanent. As TowelRoot is quite easy to use once you get past the initial startup screen.

I'm slowly learning how to use Android SDK.
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