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Default BOOTLOGO LOOP - converted system and cache to f2fs

I downloaded the latest pa, converted as regular only my data and cache to f2fs. The pa boot logo just seems to continue withouth the device finish loading. Any suggestions on how to fix this ?
 
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F2fs is not ready for prime time and you're not ready for it. Flash the factory image

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F2fs is not ready for prime time and you're not ready for it. Flash the factory image

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stop projecting your own incompetencies unto others. This setup works on simkat and cm11
 
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stop projecting your own incompetencies unto others. This setup works on simkat and cm11
I'm not the one who go themselves in trouble and are now asking for help. Like I said, flash the factory image

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Your assumptive thinking is proof of your imbecilic mornonity. Now be gone you heathen...
 
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Maybe rom is broken. Why not convert all to f2fs. It is complicated if you have some part f2fs other still in ext4 (correct me if I don't get what you mean exactly in your query).
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