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Z Ultra as Honami on Recovery Mode

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5th April 2014, 03:02 PM   |  #1  
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i rooted and Unlocked Botloader of my c6802 on 14.3.A.0.681 frimware fro install ctyanogenMOD Rom... but when i want to flash it FAILED on both TWRP and CWM but i thing surprised me in TWRP the errore is like this:
this is for togari "c6802 c6806 c6833" but this device is Honami!!!!
i'm sure i downloaded togari version of cyano.
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6th April 2014, 07:36 AM   |  #3  
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i rooted and Unlocked Botloader of my c6802 on 14.3.A.0.681 frimware fro install ctyanogenMOD Rom... but when i want to flash it FAILED on both TWRP and CWM but i thing surprised me in TWRP the errore is like this:
this is for togari "c6802 c6806 c6833" but this device is Honami!!!!
i'm sure i downloaded togari version of cyano.

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Just extract the boot.img file from the cm zip and flash it via fasboot or flashtool...........and you are done
6th April 2014, 05:01 PM   |  #4  
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Just extract the boot.img file from the cm zip and flash it via fasboot or flashtool...........and you are done

ok tnks i will do and will inform the result....
7th April 2014, 02:25 PM   |  #5  
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I flash boot.img and after that flash both FXP and Cyanogen Zip files. but there is just loop on bootscreen whether FXP or Cyanogen.
i flash zip files several times and Gapps. also i wipe data and cach.
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7th April 2014, 08:28 PM   |  #6  
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I flash boot.img and after that flash both FXP and Cyanogen Zip files. but there is just loop on bootscreen whether FXP or Cyanogen.
i flash zip files several times and Gapps. also i wipe data and cach.

In one of your other posts you mention relocking the BL? It has to be unlocked.

Also if you are on a 6802 you have to be coming off a c6833 firmware for some reason, this is the most likely I think
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In one of your other posts you mention relocking the BL? It has to be unlocked.

Also if you are on a 6802 you have to be coming off a c6833 firmware for some reason, this is the most likely I think

whenever its necessary i do it like flashing non-stock ROMs. sorry but i didnt got thisone :

you have to be coming off a c6833 firmware for some reason.
8th April 2014, 07:21 AM   |  #8  
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whenever its necessary i do it like flashing non-stock ROMs. sorry but i didnt got thisone :

you have to be coming off a c6833 firmware for some reason.

CM11 is bootlooping if you don't have the c6833 firmware on the phone first, even if the model is c6802.
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CM11 is bootlooping if you don't have the c6833 firmware on the phone first, even if the model is c6802.

tnx dear,i got it. so how i can solve this problem. is there any way?
8th April 2014, 08:26 PM   |  #10  
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tnx dear,i got it. so how i can solve this problem. is there any way?

  1. flash the latest FTF for the 6833 (use flashtool and put the phone into flashmode)
  2. then flash the boot.img in the CM zip (use flashtool and put the phone into fastboot)
  3. then flash the CM zip (from recovery installed in step 2)

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