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[ROM][6/2/14][Flo] - Stock Rooted 4.4.3 - KTU84L - Odex or De-Odex!

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3rd June 2014, 04:54 AM |#11  
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Good work getting yours fully functional. How did you go about yours? I used dsi-xda kitchen, I know it's old so that could be why I had issues. Just want to find out where I went wrong haha, I'm all for learning

No, I actually only use DSI-XDA kitchen myself.

I did what I always do, grab the stock image from Google, break it down, add my own root and busybox (not the ones in the kitchen, they are older).

Then I use my updater-script that I hand built from prior releases along with matching binaries.

Pretty much that is it. I am going to look at yours in a minute and I will PM you what I find.


EDIT: Sorry, I didint mean to cut you off on your thread either.
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3rd June 2014, 05:01 AM |#12  
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Downloading now, thank you 😀

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3rd June 2014, 05:08 AM |#14  
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I just tried to flash it (deodex) in TWRP, and it failed. It says:

symlink: some symlinks failed.
E:Error executing updater binary in zip


EDIT: I redownloaded the file, and it worked on the 2nd try. Must have been a bad download.
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3rd June 2014, 05:10 AM |#15  
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No, I actually only use DSI-XDA kitchen myself.

I did what I always do, grab the stock image from Google, break it down, add my own root and busybox (not the ones in the kitchen, they are older).

Then I use my updater-script that I hand built from prior releases along with matching binaries.

Pretty much that is it. I am going to look at yours in a minute and I will PM you what I find.


EDIT: Sorry, I didint mean to cut you off on your thread either.

Don't worry man haha, yours works better let's be honest so we might as well get people using it.

Interesting I did pretty much the exact same, added the updated superuser since there is a really old one in the kitchen like you said. I think my updater script was okay. I guess I had some weird binaries or something, I just grabbed them from a 4.4.2 rom, not entirely sure what there purpose is. Or how to view/edit them.

I'll probably have another blast at it tomorrow just for the fun of it, I want to try get it working so I know for the future

EDIT: though I had issue with root not working out the box, maybe I missed replacing something. What files did you replace?

If you want to look at mine it's here: http://d-h.st/rMs

Sorry for being curious

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3rd June 2014, 05:32 AM |#16  
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Yep, I got yours, I will PM you the results
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I just tried to flash it (deodex) in TWRP, and it failed. It says:

symlink: some symlinks failed.
E:Error executing updater binary in zip


EDIT: I redownloaded the file, and it worked on the 2nd try. Must have been a bad download.

This is an error with TWRP. Just reboot into bootloader then back into recovery and you will be fine.
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New boot loader included?

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3rd June 2014, 06:14 AM |#19  
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New boot loader included?

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No this is just the ROM. I can post the bootloader shortly
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No this is just the ROM. I can post the bootloader shortly

Alright thanks

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The bootloader did not change versions.

Prior 4.4.2 bootloader and this bootloader are 4.02.

There is nothing to update if your device is current.


Here it is if you still want it: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...-flo-04.02.img
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