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This package is for d801 devices; this is a g2.

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Interesting. Let me check that out. Be back in a minute.

EDIT: Accidentally replied to my own comment

---------- Post added at 05:11 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:08 PM ----------

Hey, looks like somebody in the d801 forums actually already took care of this. Hit up these download links for the ROM and GAPPS, and let me know how it goes.

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It was successful. Now it booted into Cyanogenmod and everything appears to work. Thanks!
 
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It was successful. Now it booted into Cyanogenmod and everything appears to work. Thanks!
No problem. Going forward, you should be fine installing the regular zips from here, as the installer should have made the appropriate changes to your build.prop. Enjoy KitKat!
 
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I'm standing by what I said, I never seen a flash failed because of the wrong input in build.prop, if thats the case then there would be no such thing as Hard brick on android phones.

I'm willing to say this guy has not even install TWRP or CWM and he flashing it via Flashify or some other weird ways. if thats the case then you might be right.
Dude, you are on crack, I had 3 or 4 different ROMs fail because my build.prop was messed up. It's pretty important.

I don't know where you are getting your information.
 
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Dude, you are on crack, I had 3 or 4 different ROMs fail because my build.prop was messed up. It's pretty important.

I don't know where you are getting your information.
did you comprehend what you read?
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No problem. Going forward, you should be fine installing the regular zips from here, as the installer should have made the appropriate changes to your build.prop. Enjoy KitKat!
I have the same problem. Thanks for you installer but it didn't make the appropiate changes so I can't update to the latest CM nighties.
 
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Hello guy I got mine to work!

I flashed the latest TWRP and everything started to work just fine! I'm now able to flash any CM rom!
I hope this resolution also fixes it for OP.
You can get the lateset TWRP from this thread

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