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9th April 2014, 03:43 AM   |  #11  
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Why are you flashing an old nightly, and not the one from yesterday? http://download.cyanogenmod.org/?dev...w&type=nightly

I think your issue is that your trying to flash an older nightly with a newer recovery. The newer recoveries have updated binaries that older roms arent compatie with. So either flash a newer nightly, or and older recovery.

If you want a stable rom, i would not use cm11, i would go with cm10.2.

I decided to go with cm 10.2.1. Thanks for everything!
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The twrp version you recommended and the yesterday's nightly don't work together. Do you have a recovery and a cm11 that are compatible that you can recommend?

Hmm thats strange, mabey cm11 just dosent like twrp or something. Glad you got something figured out.
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