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i have downloaded the cm-11-20140529-NIGHTLY-m4.zip and stored these file on the internal sd-card of the phone:

/sdcard/0/download/cm-11-20140529-NIGHTLY-m4.zip

after doing the wipe options in clockworkmod recovery: "wipe data/factory reset", " wipe cache partiton" and "wipe dalvik cache" i choose the option "install from sdcard", but after beginning the installation, it was abortet with "(Status 0)".

my phone is a HTC one mini (M4) from T-Mobile (Germany).

can anyone help me?

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hi there,

i have downloaded the cm-11-20140529-NIGHTLY-m4.zip and stored these file on the internal sd-card of the phone:

/sdcard/0/download/cm-11-20140529-NIGHTLY-m4.zip

after doing the wipe options in clockworkmod recovery: "wipe data/factory reset", " wipe cache partiton" and "wipe dalvik cache" i choose the option "install from sdcard", but after beginning the installation, it was abortet with "(Status 0)".

my phone is a HTC one mini (M4) from T-Mobile (Germany).

can anyone help me?

greetings

This may seem pretty basic but... Have you checked the md5 of the zip?
 
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Also what is your hboot?
 
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Dunno what version of CWM you have but I reckon you need to update your recovery that supports selinux!
U-ra put up a post on the cm11 thread about a month ago stating that some recoveries will not work with cm11, he suggested we use twrp (the one in my signature)
Hope that helps
Or probably a better option is to use flashalots "aroma recovery switcher" then you can change recoveries without going into fastboot
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This may seem pretty basic but... Have you checked the md5 of the zip?
....yes, the zip-file was downloaded correctly and all files can be decompressed... i also tried it with another, the ubuntu-touch-zip.-file (13.10)
 
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also what is your hboot?

h-boot-2.21.0000
 
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Dunno what version of CWM you have but I reckon you need to update your recovery that supports selinux!
U-ra put up a post on the cm11 thread about a month ago stating that some recoveries will not work with cm11, he suggested we use twrp (the one in my signature)
Hope that helps
Or probably a better option is to use flashalots "aroma recovery switcher" then you can change recoveries without going into fastboot
i installed the "recovery-clockwork-touch-6.0.3.6-m4.img"
 
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i installed the "recovery-clockwork-touch-6.0.3.6-m4.img"
Or TWRM 2.7.0.8
 
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Yeah, but you meant twrp 2.7.0.8, the one I told him to flash in my original post!
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