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[Q] [Acro S] Flashing from Original 4.1 to 4.4

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Default [Q] [Acro S] Flashing from Original 4.1 to 4.4

Sorry for maybe a silly question... but don't know how to go on...

Tried the instructions I found but had no success.

First of all I rooted it with Flashtool => Works
Than I installed CWM => Works
Copied 4.4.2 Beanstalk Rom and Gapps ins CWM folder on SD Card
Booted into CWM, formated everything, installed both zips, restarted => Black => no start => no possiblity to boot in cwm.
Flashed Original Stock rom with Flashtool again => Phone lives again.

Tried a second time => same results....

Where is my failure? Is there an other option to flash from 4.1 to 4.4 than CWM? Do I have to flash Kernel seperatly?

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no kernel and rom can be flashed together

make sure you wipe your data, dalvik, and cache

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no kernel and rom can be flashed together

make sure you wipe your data, dalvik, and cache

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I wiped data / made factory reset... than installed 4.4.2 Beanstalk rom and than gapps....
 
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I wiped data / made factory reset... than installed 4.4.2 Beanstalk rom and than gapps....
its probably the rom then
ive found that rarely a rom wont work with a spesific device although being exactly the same as every other one like its kind

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do I have to unlock bootloader?
Only made root with the change of kernels as per instruction... but no separate unlock of bootloader? Is this maybe the failure?
 
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do I have to unlock bootloader?
Only made root with the change of kernels as per instruction... but no separate unlock of bootloader? Is this maybe the failure?
yes, you have to unlock your bootloader
i had expected you to have done already



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me too.... till I found this instructions

wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Install_CM_for_hikari

So step by step the way is:

Root Phone with Flashtool

Unclock the phone this way: wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Install_CM_for_hikari
(Is unlock also possible with flashtool?)

Install CWM.
Boot into CWM
Format Data
Install Rom
Install Gapps.

Correct?
 
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me too.... till I found this instructions

wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Install_CM_for_hikari

So step by step the way is:

Root Phone with Flashtool

Unclock the phone this way: wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Install_CM_for_hikari
(Is unlock also possible with flashtool?)

Install CWM.
Boot into CWM
Format Data
Install Rom
Install Gapps.

Correct?
unlock your bootloader via flashtool

those install instructions are correct

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