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im running in 4.4.2 CM latest build. does this build is stable?
how to fix two red lines before booting in 4.4.2? thanks in advance
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im running in 4.4.2 CM latest build. does this build is stable?
how to fix two red lines before booting in 4.4.2? thanks in advance
Flashing the stock rom's kernel should take care of that..but i believe the two red lines will still be in there when going into recovery mode, but should not be in there when just booting into your phone (OS), and CM is pretty stable i believe.
 
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Flashing the stock rom's kernel should take care of that..but i believe the two red lines will still be in there when going into recovery mode, but should not be in there when just booting into your phone (OS), and CM is pretty stable i believe.
but im in 4.4.2, what stock kernel do i need to flash?
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but im in 4.4.2, what stock kernel do i need to flash?
It isn't gonna bother anything with the red lines of code there.......don't worry about it dude

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im running in 4.4.2 CM latest build. does this build is stable?
how to fix two red lines before booting in 4.4.2? thanks in advance
That cannot be fixed. Any kernel other then stock kernel will give you those warnings. And cm works only with its kernel, so you outta luck with removing those lines if you wanna use a custom rom.

Same with recovery. CM is very stable.

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Sorry about the wrong info as i thought you were still on 4.2.2 and not 4.4.2, didn't pick up on that part for some reason..
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