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Hm, I'm doing something wrong. After step one I can no longer load into cwm or twrp. The screen just goes black and nothing happens when pressing either volume up or down. I have flashed back to the latest version and now all is well, except that im still on the old version :P
Any ideas for what I am doing wrong?

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Hm, I'm doing something wrong. After step one I can no longer load into cwm or twrp. The screen just goes black and nothing happens when pressing either volume up or down. I have flashed back to the latest version and now all is well, except that im still on the old version :P
Any ideas for what I am doing wrong?

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I never flashed the .402 firmware and baseband in flashtool or anything coming from .69 (Romaur) 2.2

I just did the exact steps i listed in previous post, except I installed advance doomkernel v04 since v06 and v07 weren't available when I flashed Romaur 3.0

Heres the link to the advance kernel, put on your SDcard in case you get a bootloop after flashing Romaur 3.0 with v06/07 kenel.

http://doomlord.xperia-files.com/dow...ZXLTQwMi12MDQ=

I don't want to be responsible for you bricking your phone, but the steps I listed in my previous post is exactly what I did coming from Romaur 2.2
You lose X-reality though, so flash the .402 firmware if you want to keep X-reality.
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I restored a backup from before romaur, installed doomkernel 7.0 and then installed romaur 3.0. This seems to be working so far. How can I see if X-reality is working? I can check and uncheck the box but I am not sure it actually does anything :P

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I restored a backup from before romaur, installed doomkernel 7.0 and then installed romaur 3.0. This seems to be working so far. How can I see if X-reality is working? I can check and uncheck the box but I am not sure it actually does anything :P

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Turn on X-reality, go to album app and look at a picture, take screenshot
Turn off X-reality, go to album app open same picture and take screenshot, while X-reality is off, flick through both pictures and see if you notice a difference.
You could also upload the pics onto your PC to see if there's a difference.

I think on Romaur 3, you have to download the X-reality zip

There is no difference in mine, but I don't care since I don't have it on anways.
 
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So, the doomkernel 8 is here and with it a question :P

It says that extfat won't work work this version.
How can I tell for sure if I am using extfat on my external sd at the moment?

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So, the doomkernel 8 is here and with it a question :P

It says that extfat won't work work this version.
How can I tell for sure if I am using extfat on my external sd at the moment?

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Put it into your computer
Go to my computer
Right click and go to properties

You should see format type or something like that
You may posibly see, ext2 ext3 ext4 ntfs, fat, fat16 ,fat32, exfat

If it says exfat then well you guessed it! Your sd is exfat

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Put it into your computer
Go to my computer
Right click and go to properties

You should see format type or something like that
You may posibly see, ext2 ext3 ext4 ntfs, fat, fat16 ,fat32, exfat

If it says exfat then well you guessed it! Your sd is exfat

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