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By Naijian, Junior Member on 16th January 2014, 12:31 PM
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this isn't first time that i wipe all os system but this time i can't flash any rom (i use twrp). the difference now is that when i can wipe dalvik cache always said: failed; i try with difference rom (after installing the boot image correctly in fastboot mode), i try install rom in adb sideload but nothing.
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16th January 2014, 01:00 PM |#2  
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this isn't first time that i wipe all os system but this time i can't flash any rom (i use twrp). the difference now is that when i can wipe dalvik cache always said: failed; i try with difference rom (after installing the boot image correctly in fastboot mode), i try install rom in adb sideload but nothing.
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You have the wrong recovery for your hboot, follow this:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2502327
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You have the wrong recovery for your hboot, follow this:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2502327

i have hboot- 1.25.0002 and use twrp v2.6.3.0 (but i try also v2.5.0.0). this recovery and the rom i used before wipe (mySensedx) works fine but now whit this new os wipe there is a problem that i can't resolve. the only difference that i understand is the failed of dalvik cache.
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i have hboot- 1.25.0002 and use twrp v2.6.3.0 (but i try also v2.5.0.0). this recovery and the rom i used before wipe (mySensedx) works fine but now whit this new os wipe there is a problem that i can't resolve. the only difference that i understand is the failed of dalvik cache.

Try another recovery for JB or reflash the current one. Flashing works btw?
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i don't know how but i resolve it, maybe the problem was the boot image of the twrp recovery. nevermind
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i don't know how but i resolve it, maybe the problem was the boot image of the twrp recovery. nevermind

Maybe you had another kernel installed? Or you flashed the recovery / kernel to wrong partition?
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