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17th June 2014, 07:00 PM |#11  
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Is that where Miley needs to go? Typo of the day goes to you!


Twrp.. Twrk.. whats the difference. You know what I mean.
 
 
17th June 2014, 07:02 PM |#12  
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Twrp.. Twrk.. whats the difference. You know what I mean.

Well yeah obviously. This is why you were awarded "Typo of the day" and not "WTF of the day"

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17th June 2014, 11:59 PM |#13  
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I tried both.

CM Stable-10.2.0-d801

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CM 11-20140617-NIGHTLY-d801

Both of which still run 4.2 sources. Before u flash either , what must occur first is flash the 4.2 jb modem then Rom etc.

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You might be able to help me, I root with TowelRoot (checked with Root Checker) and then installed/run AutoRec for T-Mobile d801. And it boot loop into download mode, (i have a package to fix that, but still have no Recovery)
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When I found out that Towel Root can finally root my 4.4.2 LG G2 (D801) from T-Mobile I was very excited to try it, so I went ahead and installed it. It worked of course, very well. so I continued to install Autorec, which restarted into TWRK Recovery. Great!

I wipe Dalvik & Cache and flash the Stable Cyanogen 10.2 rom from 2013, and now it's stuck on boot. Also tried with the latest nightly to same outcome.

What am I missing here?

You can find the KK modem in the SOKP thread in Development and that may help.
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