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[Q] Where is the kernel files for CM11 stable?

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By MGREX, Senior Member on 21st June 2014, 11:19 PM
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22nd June 2014, 11:21 PM |#11  
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Can't do since it no longer boots into android, but I tried to do what you say and sideload the zip but I get a "installation aborted" error on CWM

What about TWRP?

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What about TWRP?

You mean installing TWRP?

BTW that problem is with the kernel I assembled using a CM11 ROM, your zip actually does boot into cyanogenmod but it gets stuck in the CM boot animation
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Okay I'm not sure why or how, but this time it booted alright

Thank you guys for the assistance, I'll do a full backup in case it decides to crash again so I can do a total wipe and flash a new ROM from scratch
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Okay I'm not sure why or how, but this time it booted alright

Thank you guys for the assistance, I'll do a full backup in case it decides to crash again so I can do a total wipe and flash a new ROM from scratch

No problem

Do a titanium backup that backs up all your apps with data. Always have a backup so if things do go wrong you can just wipe and restore apps afterwards

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