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Default [Q] Going back from 4.4 to 4.2.2 Question

Hi guys. Yesterday I installed the Mackay Rom [KK4.4] (with Omni kernel because of metadata error while flashing), I like it,it's very smooth but some settings are missing so I want to go back to Mackay 4.2.2 .. But my question is : can I flash that rom with the TWRP Recovery ? ( KK 4.4 is Cyanogenmod 11.0 and the 4.2.2 is CM 10.1 )
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Hi guys. Yesterday I installed the Mackay Rom [KK4.4] (with Omni kernel because of metadata error while flashing), I like it,it's very smooth but some settings are missing so I want to go back to Mackay 4.2.2 .. But my question is : can I flash that rom with the TWRP Recovery ? ( KK 4.4 is Cyanogenmod 11.0 and the 4.2.2 is CM 10.1 )
I'm confused about this
yes, you can try, if it fails you may need to use as lower version of TWRP

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Flash a 4.2.2 kernel, reboot recovery . Then full wipe and flash the 4.2.2 ROM of your choice .

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ROM: C-RoM KK v6.1
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