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Default Tw 4.4 bootloader?

I'm trying to flash a 4.4 tw ROM (wicked v1) and I get stuck in a bootloop.... Is there a flashable zip I can download so the ROM will boot
 
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Here, you will need to odin to 4.4 stock (upgrade bootloader), then flash it. Follow this guide. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2672393

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My apologies if this is off topic, it is still within the bootloader question.
How do I check what bootloader I am using in my phone?
 
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My apologies if this is off topic, it is still within the bootloader question.
How do I check what bootloader I am using in my phone?
Settings >about phone>baseband version. Mi7 is jb and nb4 is kk.

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Settings >about phone>baseband version. Mi7 is jb and nb4 is kk.

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to stay on 4.3 bootloader or upgrade to the kitkat bootloader is my question. or is my question pointless now?

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