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Can't boot on 4.4 roms

12th April 2014, 09:22 PM   |  #1  
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I tried AICP, Carbon and Paranoid, no luck. With every KitKat rom my device gets stuck in boot. It ONLY works when i boot through recovery and my recovery doesnt work (recovery doesnt show, and device boots.) JellyBean roms all work. I really want to be able to use a KitKat ROM.

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12th April 2014, 11:31 PM   |  #2  
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Which hboot do you have and did you really flashed the boot.img of the roms? Also I think it would be the wrong recovery as you may have a too old recovery !

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Which hboot do you have and did you really flashed the boot.img of the roms? Also I think it would be the wrong recovery as you may have a too old recovery !

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HBOOT 1.72 and CWM 6.0.4.7. I always flash boot.img and after that erase fastboot cache

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Tried fastboot erase cache? And also try another recovery like latest philz or twrp test file which is on the last few pages in twrp thread

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Turns out i was using 'fastboot flash recovery boot.img' instead of 'fastboot flash boot boot.img'. Solved Using Paranoid now

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