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3rd March 2014, 02:35 AM |#191  
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Tried. Flashify immediately gave me the dead droid on its back with its heart out symbol. But I was still able to reboot and this time the system booted. Everything looked normal. So I accepted the update and it crashed to the boot loader again. Rebooted again and the system came up. But when I checked About Phone it said I was still on 4.4. Also started getting crashes To the bootloader every couple of minutes. Fed up I restored a Nandroid. I guess I'll try the regular method with a computer and mfastboot instead of this shortcut method.

Android on its back is the stock recovery. Guessing something changed in system made the update fail. You can look at the recovery log to see what it was if you're even interested at this point.

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Android on its back is the stock recovery. Guessing something changed in system made the update fail. You can look at the recovery log to see what it was if you're even interested at this point.

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I sorted it out. I had forgotten to uninstall XPosed module. After that, everything went smoothly.
29th March 2014, 11:34 PM |#193  
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Is this build.prop modified from stock? Are any other files stock? Who is hudsoncm in the kernel version?
30th March 2014, 01:23 AM |#194  
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Is this build.prop modified from stock? Are any other files stock? Who is hudsoncm in the kernel version?

All stock. Hudsoncm is the build server.

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30th March 2014, 01:26 AM |#195  
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All stock. Hudsoncm is the build server.

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I know, but it's different than others I've seen. Is that the build server at Motorola?

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30th March 2014, 01:27 AM |#196  
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I know, but it's different than others I've seen. Is that the build server at Motorola?

I would think so.

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Can i get rid of the big carrier logo on top left of status bar? I may be missing an option here.. Looked high and low... Cheers

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Can i get rid of the big carrier logo on top left of status bar? I may be missing an option here.. Looked high and low... Cheers

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3rd April 2014, 09:19 PM |#199  
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Good call, fair enough.

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