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[rom] miui 2.4.20

22nd April 2012, 03:36 PM |#21  
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Well I did full wipes and formatted system, data and cache then flashed the ROM then the Kernel and rebooted but it won't boot past the UtterChaos Kernel screen, it is froze. I rebooted recovery and wiped dalvik and cache and rebooted but it is still stuck.

I will try to flash it again
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22nd April 2012, 03:46 PM |#22  
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Well I did full wipes and formatted system, data and cache then flashed the ROM then the Kernel and rebooted but it won't boot past the UtterChaos Kernel screen, it is froze. I rebooted recovery and wiped dalvik and cache and rebooted but it is still stuck.

I will try to flash it again

U use uc kernel @ mock kernel?

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Well I did full wipes and formatted system, data and cache then flashed the ROM then the Kernel and rebooted but it won't boot past the UtterChaos Kernel screen, it is froze. I rebooted recovery and wiped dalvik and cache and rebooted but it is still stuck.

I will try to flash it again

i am guessing UCkernel isnt compatible with miui roms.

for miui roms use SDkernel (or mOCk) our bro cacingkalung has it gluck mate.
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22nd April 2012, 04:20 PM |#24  
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U use uc kernel @ mock kernel?

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I first tried update kernal(mock) and it was stuck on the first bootup screen. Then I tried UC-Kernel_v5_MIUI_1.11.11_signed and now it is stuck on the MIUI bootanimation. I haven't tried mOCkv1.6.12, should I? Or is there a different Kernel I am missing?

***Edit*** It is the mOCkv1.6.12 kernel. I really didn't realize there were different mock kernels, I thought mock is mock lol. It just now booted successfully!
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I first tried update kernal(mock) and it was stuck on the first bootup screen. Then I tried UC-Kernel_v5_MIUI_1.11.11_signed and now it is stuck on the MIUI bootanimation. I haven't tried mOCkv1.6.12, should I? Or is there a different Kernel I am missing?

***Edit*** It is the mOCkv1.6.12 kernel. I really didn't realize there were different mock kernels, I thought mock is mock lol. It just now booted successfully!

Gud to hear that, im using that 1.6.12v

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22nd April 2012, 04:47 PM |#26  
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So far very nice Zuk! Sorry for the confusion. I think my mom will love this MIUI! Everything looks great and performance is great too. I like the 5x settings very nice! Will report more later. Thanks buddy.

ps... there is one thing in all the ROMs that bugs me, the "Unknown" for carrier, it is at the top left of the lockscreen, not a huge deal but a little annoying lol.
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22nd April 2012, 07:08 PM |#27  
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Wow I'm really liking this MIUI, no issues so far and runs smooth and beautifully! It seems the radio signal is even better! I normally lose all signal occasionally in my house hopefully it fixes this. Great ROM bud.

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22nd April 2012, 07:49 PM |#28  
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***Edit*** It is the mOCkv1.6.12 kernel. I really didn't realize there were different mock kernels, I thought mock is mock lol. It just now booted successfully!

i guess this is also what caused mokee and other roms to be unstable/unusable as well....
23rd April 2012, 04:41 AM |#29  
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very targeting point which missed out here that if you are on rc3 or sharp rom ... you first need to downgrade to any 2.3.4 version ....

got my phone now locked at blue screen :P :P will make it working up today then again will flash new kernel
23rd April 2012, 05:29 AM |#30  
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very targeting point which missed out here that if you are on rc3 or sharp rom ... you first need to downgrade to any 2.3.4 version ....

got my phone now locked at blue screen :P :P will make it working up today then again will flash new kernel

Sorry to hear that... but it should be understood that there is no .35 mock kernel, then for sure it is .32 kernel. Rc3 & sharp are both .35 based roms

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