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how to upgrade my android 2.x to Cyanagenmod 11?

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By TerminatorJ, Member on 4th May 2014, 02:49 PM
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I am currently s-off and rooted with
H-Boot 1.17.2008 (PG5813000)
Radio - 10.14.9035.02_2
eMMC-boot
May 13 2011. 21:04:03

On mike1986 sensation rom.
with clockmod recovery 5.0.0.8


do i need to get the latest of H-Boot? Radio? or Clockmod recovery?
can i use this clockmod recovery version with sensation cyanagenmod 11?

thanks in advance.
 
 
4th May 2014, 03:18 PM |#2  
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you have to flash 3.33 universal firmware , check the md5 before flashing important and you have to change your recovery to 4ext latest 1.0.0.6 RC1 and that's it
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4th May 2014, 05:19 PM |#3  
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you have to flash 3.33 universal firmware , check the md5 before flashing important and you have to change your recovery to 4ext latest 1.0.0.6 RC1 and that's it

cool, mile, i am trying to get the 4ext to work now. thanks for the tips.
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you have to flash 3.33 universal firmware , check the md5 before flashing important and you have to change your recovery to 4ext latest 1.0.0.6 RC1 and that's it

thank you, mate, finally got my cyanagen mode up and running. cheers
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Great

I am still meddling with cyanogemod, without the sense, i might switch to other rom. it looks pretty plain
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