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I'm using TWRP and I do format all internal storage and wipe every partition EVERY SINGLE TIME!! I'll give it a try your suggestion about custom kernel.
mybe u try switch to philz rcovery..and follow this step..

factory reset - clean install new rom
wipe cache partition
wipe dalvik cache
install rom and gapps
and reboot
hope this helpful[emoji6]

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DEVICE: SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE II
ROM: DITTO NOTE 3 V3.2.1
KERNEL: DEVIL3.4
 
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Try format internal memory and all the partitions and then flash AOSP ROM, after that try flash custom kernel.

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You made my day my friend!! Your advice worked! I flashed SOKP rom and before reboot I've also flashed agni kernel! And finally I got it working!! Many many thanks again!! [emoji106][emoji106][emoji122][emoji122]

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