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Unhappy [Q] Unable to flash Hells Doctor Kernel

On Stock ROM (KOT49H), rooted, xposed.
Whenever I try to flash Hells Doctor Kernel http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexu...s-mod-t2548872 via CWM (have latest version), installation gets aborted due to set_perm error (code 7). Kindly help.

 
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Are you running the latest recovery on your phone?
 
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Yes. I already mentioned that.

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Yes. I already mentioned that.

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Sorry, I meant to say try TWRP. I have never had any issues using TWRP.
 
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Will try that. Thanks

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No problem here with latest TWRP and stock Rom.
Cwm has some issues though.

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Thumbs up Thanks, it worked

TWRP works fine.. thanks..
One more quick question, if I install TARDIS mod patch, will it affect when I move to another kernel on the same ROM?
 
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Kernel patches need to be re-applied each time you change the kernel.

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