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19th February 2014, 03:43 AM   |  #1  
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I downloaded the android revolution 51.0 to my att htc one and saved to sd card. I flashed it in recovery with the latest twrp. after flashing I rebooted phone and waiting for app optimization to complete. once completed I was getting forced closes as soon as I swiped to unlock. my phone is s-on. does it need to be on s-off? could it be firmware issues? any help with this issue is greatly appreciated in advance. thanks
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I downloaded the android revolution 51.0 to my att htc one and saved to sd card. I flashed it in recovery with the latest twrp. after flashing I rebooted phone and waiting for app optimization to complete. once completed I was getting forced closes as soon as I swiped to unlock. my phone is s-on. does it need to be on s-off? could it be firmware issues? any help with this issue is greatly appreciated in advance. thanks

Perform a factory reset from twrp

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Boot into recovery "twrp" goto advanced, fix permissiond & reboot. Should fix your problem

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Boot into recovery "twrp" goto advanced, fix permissiond & reboot. Should fix Your problem

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I tried doing that and still no luck. Like I said. I have the latest twrp so I don't think that's the issue. I want to try all else before doing factory reset. Would firm ware have any effect? Thanks again.
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I tried doing that and still no luck. Like I said. I have the latest twrp so I don't think that's the issue. I want to try all else before doing factory reset. Would firm ware have any effect? Thanks again.

Before you install any rom you should do the following

TWRP choose advanced in wipe section and wipe dalvik cache, cache, system and data.

This will not ensure the ROM is installed successfully

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Chances are you need S-Off for that rom..
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