i restored a backup and it had "jenkins@sirius #1 kernel" as the kernel instead of the rom's kernel.
this actually has happened quite a few times, when restoring backups to secondary slots on internal and external sd cards. like 5 times so far. odd things are happening.
also when i install a rom as the primary, i can boot into the other 3 secondary roms, but once i boot into my main rom on the external micro sd card, the primary rom ...just dissappears. it wont let me boot into it, it just shows asus screen.
so i reinstall slimkat 4.4.3 to primary. and then i did a "factory reset" on primary (just to see) and it formats the rom on my microsd card.
then i restore onto external micro sd and again its got the jenkins kernel. did multirom twrp grab that kernel when i backed it up? i know for sure it had the rom's intended kernel because i "dirty" flashed or flashed over with the same rom and cleared cache and dalvik,and it showed up in 'about phone'. and then did a back up, but its grabbing that jenkins thing and putting it in the backup? perhaps from the twrp supplied default kernel? i dont know what happeneing.
i want to mention that i am doing things correctly, hopefully. when doing things to the primary rom, i'm doing it from the main screen. for secondry roms, i go to advanced > multirom > choose rom (or change location) > then restore or back up or whatever from that menu.
sorry if this sounds out of order, but i've been messing with it a lot and its great, but is doing weird things like that i've mentioned but in different sequences and different primary/secondary slots, so i thought i'd ask.
i readthe trouble shooting part of OP and i think i may have to do that. what about the "reinstall multirom" built into there?
if that doesnt work, i have to reinstall a different version of twrp, install a rom, then re-install multirom again? also move or rename the multirom folder and move roms back when done?
also, when i set a rom to boot as default from the micro sd, it gets stuck at the multirom screen and doesnt do the count down.
can crombi-kk be installed as a secondary rom now? or does it have to be primary?
how do i restore my backup with the right kernel? do i have to replace the boot.img? how do i extract the boot.img from the rom zip?