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[Q] CM 11 installed succesfully but not booting showing white screen with htc logo

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18th June 2014, 11:10 PM   |  #11  
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And you formatted all partitions (except sd card) before installing? Also what version of 4ext do you have exactly?

Edit: fallout is ics (Android 4.0), not jb (Android 4.1-4.3) or kk (Android 4.4)

1) Formatted everything possible except the SD card, before flashing the CM11 ROM
2) 4EXT v2.2.7_RC5 (I tried the latest RC Touch version but no luck there)
3) Hboot 7.00.1002 | Reengineered 2.00.002

Let me know if you need more info to help me out here, because I'm really out of options at this point and I'm stuck with Fallout. Not that it's bad but I found some stuff from the HTC part that drive me crazy + a lot of BGround activities so I had to disable some of the apps.
18th June 2014, 11:19 PM   |  #12  
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1) Formatted everything possible except the SD card, before flashing the CM11 ROM
2) 4EXT v2.2.7_RC5 (I tried the latest RC Touch version but no luck there)
3) Hboot 7.00.1002 | Reengineered 2.00.002

Let me know if you need more info to help me out here, because I'm really out of options at this point and I'm stuck with Fallout. Not that it's bad but I found some stuff from the HTC part that drive me crazy + a lot of BGround activities so I had to disable some of the apps.

Try twrp 2.7.1.0

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18th June 2014, 11:28 PM   |  #13  
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Try to update 4ext to latest recovery 1.0.0.6 touch, because you cannot install KK with old one.

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Try to update 4ext to latest recovery 1.0.0.6 touch, because you cannot install KK with old one.

Sent from my HTC Desire S

I do not know how to work with the Touch version, as it's something that is working while you have a working Android, but when I flash a new one and then the new boot how should I do this?

Is there a guide on how to? (using the touch version of 4EXT)
19th June 2014, 12:38 AM   |  #15  
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Latest 4ext recovery and twrp have support for selinux which is needed for flashing KK, and they are both touch. Try on youtube to find some tutorial.

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I do not know how to work with the Touch version, as it's something that is working while you have a working Android, but when I flash a new one and then the new boot how should I do this?

Is there a guide on how to? (using the touch version of 4EXT)

Instead of using volume keys and power key you will yse your touchscreen, and flashing a recovery and boot.img will be the same as withyour old recovery....

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Instead of using volume keys and power key you will yse your touchscreen, and flashing a recovery and boot.img will be the same as withyour old recovery....

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Sorry but it still want's to restart into the old recovery and then proceed with the new flash of the ROM. I'm out of guesses on how to use this app. Without a guide I'm lost.

I now saw that I got an Error | status7 Installation aborted. - what could that be?
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Status 7 error is due to the recovery being too old.
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Status 7 error is due to the recovery being too old.

Could some one make a quick guide on the steps that we need to make in order to install a ROM with the touch version of 4EXT? I know that for some of you guys this will be like.. a small thing to do, but having something to follow and knowing which option to choose is very helpful and will help a lot of people.
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Could some one make a quick guide on the steps that we need to make in order to install a ROM with the touch version of 4EXT? I know that for some of you guys this will be like.. a small thing to do, but having something to follow and knowing which option to choose is very helpful and will help a lot of people.

To make nandroid backup

1) boot recovery
2) backup/restore
3) backup (select it to backup)
Thats u done.

To flash a rom

1) wipe/format
2) format all partitions except sdcard
(Once thats done go back to main menu)

3) install from sdcard
4) choose zip from sdcard
5) select ur rom to install it
(if rom requires u to flash gapps then do it straight after u flash the rom)
6) reboot

(if ur s-on then ul need to boot straight into fastboot after u flash the rom and flash the boot.img)




Hope that helps ya. Simples really.
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