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17th January 2014, 01:56 AM   |  #11  
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What recovery are you using? How are you flashing it? (adb/toolkit)

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So I ended up finding out that you have to upgrade the OS 4.2.2> 4.3>4.4>4.4.2 and now I have that done, and I've flashed CM 11 and it's working flawlessly. There's been no screen unresponsiveness so far and everything seems fine. Except now, I've flashed Matr1x 12.5 GPUOC and my color is getting distorted. Did I get the wrong file?
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So I ended up finding out that you have to upgrade the OS 4.2.2> 4.3>4.4>4.4.2 and now I have that done, and I've flashed CM 11 and it's working flawlessly. There's been no screen unresponsiveness so far and everything seems fine. Except now, I've flashed Matr1x 12.5 GPUOC and my color is getting distorted. Did I get the wrong file?

I'm trying to figure out why you went through all of that when you could have flashed CM11 and been done with it.

I would say that the kernel is the problem. I would wipe everything, meaning a factory reset via the recovery and just flash CM11.

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I'm trying to figure out why you went through all of that when you could have flashed CM11 and been done with it.

I would say that the kernel is the problem. I would wipe everything, meaning a factory reset via the recovery and just flash CM11.

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Wait what?! You don't have to?! I was on 4.2.2 originally, and I wiped CM10.2 before I flashed PA. It kept on failing, and I tried everything I could, but it wouldn't work. So I ended up updating the device step by step in order to get PA4. It ended up flashing correctly but my backup was gone, and now I need to start up from scratch. So Wipe>Flash CM11>Flash GAPPS> then Flash Matr1x?
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Wait what?! You don't have to?! I was on 4.2.2 originally, and I wiped CM10.2 before I flashed PA. It kept on failing, and I tried everything I could, but it wouldn't work. So I ended up updating the device step by step in order to get PA4. It ended up flashing correctly but my backup was gone, and now I need to start up from scratch. So Wipe>Flash CM11>Flash GAPPS> then Flash Matr1x?

Yes, but don't flash the kernel until you get CM11 flashed.

1. Wipe
2. Flash CM11
3. Boot phone to make sure everything is good.
4. Flash gapps
5. Boot phone again and check things out.
6. Flash kernel.

If there are problems, it would be the kernel.

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17th January 2014, 07:24 AM   |  #15  
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Yes, but don't flash the kernel until you get CM11 flashed.

1. Wipe
2. Flash CM11
3. Boot phone to make sure everything is good.
4. Flash gapps
5. Boot phone again and check things out.
6. Flash kernel.

If there are problems, it would be the kernel.

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I've done exactly that, but it's still the same problem.
17th January 2014, 05:00 PM   |  #16  
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I've done exactly that, but it's still the same problem.

The only other suggestion would be to try another rom and the problem is still there, it might be a hardware issue.

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18th January 2014, 10:25 PM   |  #17  
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The only other suggestion would be to try another rom and the problem is still there, it might be a hardware issue.

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So I've tried out Hells Core and everything is working well so far! Thank you so much for all your help!
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So I've tried out Hells Core and everything is working well so far! Thank you so much for all your help!

No problem. Hope everything works for you from now on.

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