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By poppers162, Senior Member on 17th June 2014, 03:25 AM
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So, now that I'm able to flash roms and stuff now, I decided to go ahead and install twrp recovery. So far, that works fine and whatnot, made a backup and everything. But my issue is installing a rom. I've downloaded carbon rom and pacman rom and both have failed to boot up. I moved them to my SD card, including the gapps, wiped system, data, cache, dalvik, all of that stuff. I then tap install, find the rom, install it and it says it works. I install the gapps as well and those install fine. But when I hit reboot now, it stops at the bootloader warning screen for about 2 min and then loops back off and back to the same screen. What am I doing wrong?

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So, now that I'm able to flash roms and stuff now, I decided to go ahead and install twrp recovery. So far, that works fine and whatnot, made a backup and everything. But my issue is installing a rom. I've downloaded carbon rom and pacman rom and both have failed to boot up. I moved them to my SD card, including the gapps, wiped system, data, cache, dalvik, all of that stuff. I then tap install, find the rom, install it and it says it works. I install the gapps as well and those install fine. But when I hit reboot now, it stops at the bootloader warning screen for about 2 min and then loops back off and back to the same screen. What am I doing wrong?

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You need to rollback to update 90.30.1. Just download the FXZ and use House of Moto and flash back. Then reinstall TWRP and go.
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So, now that I'm able to flash roms and stuff now, I decided to go ahead and install twrp recovery. So far, that works fine and whatnot, made a backup and everything. But my issue is installing a rom. I've downloaded carbon rom and pacman rom and both have failed to boot up. I moved them to my SD card, including the gapps, wiped system, data, cache, dalvik, all of that stuff. I then tap install, find the rom, install it and it says it works. I install the gapps as well and those install fine. But when I hit reboot now, it stops at the bootloader warning screen for about 2 min and then loops back off and back to the same screen. What am I doing wrong?

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No ROMs support the new bootloader/kernel yet. The only way to use those ROMs, is to FXZ back to 98.30.1.

EDIT: IMHO, I personally don't think giving up the 3.4 kernel is worth downgrading.
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No ROMs support the new bootloader/kernel yet. The only way to use those ROMs, is to FXZ back to 98.30.1.

EDIT: IMHO, I personally don't think giving up the 3.4 kernel is worth downgrading.

However, when more ROMs support the 3.4 kernel, couldn't you just flash back to it and go?
I'm relatively new to this, so if it isn't that simple, let me know
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However, when more ROMs support the 3.4 kernel, couldn't you just flash back to it and go?
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Yes, but ROMs that support the new bootloader/kernel, are a long way off. With the issues that the 3.0.x kernel ROMs have, I just don't think it's worth downgrading.
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No ROMs support the new bootloader/kernel yet. The only way to use those ROMs, is to FXZ back to 98.30.1.

EDIT: IMHO, I personally don't think giving up the 3.4 kernel is worth downgrading.

So, there are no roms that are supported yet? Without rolling back?

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So, there are no roms that are supported yet? Without rolling back?

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The only ROM that is supported, are the CM11 test builds by dhacker.

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The only ROM that is supported, are the CM11 test builds by dhacker.

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Is it stable or worth it?

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Is it stable or worth it?

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No. Just stick with stock for a little bit. Dhacker said via twitter that after the M8 CM11 builds, msm8960 will be using the 3.4 kernel.
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This is good to know.
Thank you.

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