Originally Posted by DireWolfZero
Thank you for the reply. see when I upgraded i did a fresh flash. Completely wiped the phone and system and used the 183.46.10 fxz file and flashed it with RSDlite.
I'll try the other steps, wiping cache and dalvik. If that doesn't work I'll try flashing the fxz file again.
The thing I didn't do when I flashed the fxz file was regenerate the script with RSD script generator. I figured i just wanted to just save my data on my internal memory (photos, music etc) so I edited the original script my self and took out the (erase user data line)
Everything flashed over fine with no errors. now I'm wondering since I did that if it delete specific files.
I did format everything with twrp before the kitkat fxz update.
I'll try everything you mentioned before ruling out hardware though.
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No, that should work if you wanted to save data, but I do know that sometimes, that can cause issues and a full wipe is necessary.
When I upgrade from JB to KK, I had issues with not being able to use blue-toot and wifi together. I did a factory data reset (wipes everything, including user data and internal storage as well as the internal sd card) and things cleared up since then.
I back up my applications and their data weekly with Titanium Backup and then I push those to my Google Drive, so whenever I wipe my phone clean, I can restore it back to where it was with the exception of any downloaded data files that are needed (such as offline maps for my GPS app, etc). So, doing an FDR for me is not an issue and it definitely helps with performance.
If you have a way of backing up your application data (and if you need to, your text messages), I would suggest doing that and then doing an FDR before trying to FXZ again. I know FDR sucks in that it wipes everything out and you have to set things back up again (Google account, etc), but it seems to be the one thing that fixes a lot of the issues people see after upgrading to KK.