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So im tryign to install the original stock cyanogen rom on my phone. Every fastboot command goes fines and flashes their respected stuff, but only when i type the last command, after erasing system, parsing system, then writing system it stays there it seems to take forever " writing system". what is wrong here? why is installation stuck at this point?
 
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Can you try again and this time post all input/output from cmd/terminal here
 
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Hello,
So im tryign to install the original stock cyanogen rom on my phone. Every fastboot command goes fines and flashes their respected stuff, but only when i type the last command, after erasing system, parsing system, then writing system it stays there it seems to take forever " writing system". what is wrong here? why is installation stuck at this point?
i had this same problem. you wouldn't happen to be running vmware, would you?
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No, I dunno what VMware is. And what u mean by input output from CMD terminal?

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