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Hi There,

I have a Micromax a110 which I rooted successfully.
I flashed a custom rom, but when I rebooted my phone it showed me the bunch of following errors:
"Unfortunately, Messaging has stooped."
"Unfortunately, Omacp has stopped."

Also, I can't download any apps from the Google Play. It gives me the following error;

"Unknown error code during application install - 110"

I cleared the Cache and Data for multiple apps as suggested in different forums, but didn't work.
I tried Hard Reset by clearing all data/factory reset, clearing the cache partition...but that too didn't work.

Any help would be appreciated...

Thanks,
Khan
 
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Hi There,

I have a Micromax a110 which I rooted successfully.
I flashed a custom rom, but when I rebooted my phone it showed me the bunch of following errors:
"Unfortunately, Messaging has stooped."
"Unfortunately, Omacp has stopped."

Also, I can't download any apps from the Google Play. It gives me the following error;

"Unknown error code during application install - 110"

I cleared the Cache and Data for multiple apps as suggested in different forums, but didn't work.
I tried Hard Reset by clearing all data/factory reset, clearing the cache partition...but that too didn't work.

Any help would be appreciated...

Thanks,
Khan
Try flashing it again.
Make sure you format system partition, data, cache before flahing any rom.
And make sure you flashed the kernel for it too.
Go herw for kernel:http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2683095
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Try flashing it again.
Make sure you format system partition, data, cache before flahing any rom.
And make sure you flashed the kernel for it too.
Go herw for kernel:http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2683095
Thanks a Ton !!

Flashing the kernel did the job....
 
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Flashing the kernel did the job....
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