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Is there a super ultra wipe flashable script?

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19th March 2014, 02:52 AM   |  #1  
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My phone's software/kernel/partition (or something like that) is so messed up that my battery life sucks on all roms (even on roms I changed back to after receiving the problem that never had the problem), my phone seems to overheat, and reboots/freezes all the time. Battery stats says nothing really. My battery life is like TWO to THREE times LESS than before I flashed a bunch of ROM and kernels.

So basically I need something flashable that:

- Wipe all RE-BUILDABLE partitions COMPLETELY (and then rebuilds them) and/or gives cleans all partitions
- Formats and cleans everything on the phone (in a way it doesn't break any default features of the phone)
- Fixes any kernel bugs/glitches that retain after flashing other kernels
- Fixes all modem issues (like that flashable modem fix I saw but incorporated with everything above)
- Sets everything to default settings
- COMPLETELY and SAFELY removes Wanam and XPOSED framework out of the phone (I think it is causing me problems)

Basically, I think I broke something and want to completely fix the issue, so I can SUPER clean flash a KitKat rom and not have uncommon issues that the ROM does not have (I'm currently on 4.3)
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19th March 2014, 03:01 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by Mystery?

My phone's software/kernel/partition (or something like that) is so messed up that my battery life sucks on all roms (even a rom I changed back to after receiving the problem), my phone seems to overheat, and reboots/freezes all the time. Battery stats says nothing reallu. My battery life is like TWO to THREE times LESS than before I rooted it and flashed a ROM.

So basically I need something flashable that:

- Wipe all RE-BUILDABLE partitions COMPLETELY (and then rebuilds them) and/or gives cleans all partitions
- Formats and cleans everything on the phone (in a way it doesn't break any default features of the phone)
- Fixes any kernel bugs/glitches that retain after flashing
- Fixes all modem issues (like that flashable modem fix I saw but incorporated with everything above)
- Sets everything to default settings
- COMPLETELY and SAFELY removes Wanam and XPOSED framework out of the phone (I think it is causing me problems)

Basically, I think I broke something and want to completely fix the issue, so I can SUPER clean flash a KitKat rom and not have uncommon issues that the ROM does not have (I'm currently on 4.3)

Use your recovery (twrp being the best one to do this) and wipe everything. back up your internal memory, then remove your sdcard.
boot into recovery and go to wipe menu and click all the options. The wipe will fail on extsdcard but that's because you have removed your sdcard. shut power off, replace your sdcard and boot back into recovery. Flash whatever rom you have on your sdcard. This should fix any problem you have had. If you are still getting overheating bootloops bla bla bla, then this is a phone issue.

Oh and don't do a titanium restore since you don't know what exactly is messing with your phone.
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Originally Posted by Mystery?

My phone's software/kernel/partition (or something like that) is so messed up that my battery life sucks on all roms (even on roms I changed back to after receiving the problem that never had the problem), my phone seems to overheat, and reboots/freezes all the time. Battery stats says nothing really. My battery life is like TWO to THREE times LESS than before I flashed a bunch of ROM and kernels.

So basically I need something flashable that:

- Wipe all RE-BUILDABLE partitions COMPLETELY (and then rebuilds them) and/or gives cleans all partitions
- Formats and cleans everything on the phone (in a way it doesn't break any default features of the phone)
- Fixes any kernel bugs/glitches that retain after flashing other kernels
- Fixes all modem issues (like that flashable modem fix I saw but incorporated with everything above)
- Sets everything to default settings
- COMPLETELY and SAFELY removes Wanam and XPOSED framework out of the phone (I think it is causing me problems)

Basically, I think I broke something and want to completely fix the issue, so I can SUPER clean flash a KitKat rom and not have uncommon issues that the ROM does not have (I'm currently on 4.3)

I would go back to stock for 2 days and see what happens.



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19th March 2014, 06:19 PM   |  #5  
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Use your recovery (twrp being the best one to do this) and wipe everything. back up your internal memory, then remove your sdcard.
boot into recovery and go to wipe menu and click all the options. The wipe will fail on extsdcard but that's because you have removed your sdcard. shut power off, replace your sdcard and boot back into recovery. Flash whatever rom you have on your sdcard. This should fix any problem you have had. If you are still getting overheating bootloops bla bla bla, then this is a phone issue.

Oh and don't do a titanium restore since you don't know what exactly is messing with your phone.

Why go thru all the machinations with the extSD card? Why not just uncheck that in wipe options?

How about formatting partitions?
19th March 2014, 08:06 PM   |  #6  
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Why go thru all the machinations with the extSD card? Why not just uncheck that in wipe options?

How about formatting partitions?

He does not need to format partitions. And when making suggestions, i tend to make sure that i make the process as simple as possible, and with as little wiggle room for error. Remove the Sdcard, there is no room for error. Can wipe something thats not there.
20th March 2014, 07:39 PM   |  #7  
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@dragonstalker, I did what you said, I think for the few hours on Darthstalker I was on, I was getting really good battery life
@BACARDILIMON, but when I went to KitKat (stock rom). My battery life became worse than what I had when I made this thread. Da heck?!
20th March 2014, 11:26 PM   |  #8  
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@dragonstalker, I did what you said, I think for the few hours on Darthstalker I was on, I was getting really good battery life
@BACARDILIMON, but when I went to KitKat (stock rom). My battery life became worse than what I had when I made this thread. Da heck?!

what kernel did you flash with the kit kat rom. And did you make sure that it was a 4.3 compatible kit kat rom?
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what kernel did you flash with the kit kat rom. And did you make sure that it was a 4.3 compatible kit kat rom?

I flashed to stock through the instructions linked on the Infamous Touchwiz ROM for KitKat. I went to completely stock (with stock kernel) and my battery life got much more worse than before - after changing the settings and whatnot. Flashed Colonel X R13 and boom battery went to 6 hours although not as much as 8 like I used to have in the JB stock ROM days.
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