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[Q] Bunch of FC's After Flashing Moob?

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By Firegrill, Senior Member on 29th June 2014, 01:54 PM
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I'm getting a bunch of force closes after going from hells doctor to moob kernel.
Swiftkey, Google location and a few google apps keep on force closing.
 
 
29th June 2014, 07:51 PM |#2  
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I'm getting a bunch of force closes after going from hells doctor to moob kernel.
Swiftkey, Google location and a few google apps keep on force closing.

It happend to me when switching from Hells Doctor to AK kernel.
So i flashed stock kernel an cleared init.d folder.
Then flashed AK an all is good.
I dont know why but when switching from Hells Doctor to any other kernel this happens.
So, give it a try.
Good luck.
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29th June 2014, 08:01 PM |#3  
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It happend to me when switching from Hells Doctor to AK kernel.
So i flashed stock kernel an cleared init.d folder.
Then flashed AK an all is good.
I dont know why but when switching from Hells Doctor to any other kernel this happens.
So, give it a try.
Good luck.

it probably includes build.prop and ramdisk tweaks specifically for the kernel. unfortunately, when you flash another kernel, the init.d folder stays because its not overwritten(because mist kernels dont include build.prop tweaks). if do, then you can just delete the build.prop files before flashing another kernel.
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Clearing the init.d folder worked, no more fc's
29th June 2014, 11:53 PM |#5  
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Clearing the init.d folder worked, no more fc's

thought so
most real kernel developers dont have a need to add init.d files. some feel the need, if they cant do what they want with the kernel. so they change your rom around slightly.
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