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omni 4.4.2 and other roms

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14th March 2014, 09:35 AM   |  #1  
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I'm running omni ROM, big part, 4.4.2 on my Xoom but wanted to try out other Roms. Each time I wipe and install eos, for example, all goes well but the reboot just sits at the moto logo. Any ideas why eos isn't installing properly?
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You need to reapply BigPart if you flash a BigPart Rom and flash the normal TWRP if you want to flash NonBigPart Rom. Read more HERE
17th March 2014, 07:35 AM   |  #3  
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I reapplied TWRP bigPart - if that's what you meant - still no luck....what am I doing wrong?
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I'm running omni ROM, big part, 4.4.2 on my Xoom but wanted to try out other Roms. Each time I wipe and install eos, for example, all goes well but the reboot just sits at the moto logo. Any ideas why eos isn't installing properly?

EOS isn't a BigPart ROM. You need to flash either the BigPart boot file or the ElementalX BigPart kernel...or go back through the BigPart process but flash regular TWRP in the first step instead of the BigPart version.

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Actually, there is an eos big part rom as well as a big part eos boot image

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I flashed big part twrp and it's all good... But the rom wasn't as I imagined so I'm back to omni... Don't imagine there's much being developed for the xoom too often

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