[Q] Eclipse issues - rebooting and installing apps
TL;DR - Installed bean's rooted kit kat, new safestrap, and Eclipse ROM 2.0.1. Phone essentially freezes when prompted to shut off or reboot and gets stuck there indefinitely. I also cannot install any apps via the play store reliably from Eclipse.
Hello everyone! I'm fairly new to rooting/flashing roms, and last night I used Bean's rooted kit kat to upgrade my N3 from 4.3 to 4.4. I went with de-odexed because from what I understood it was easier to change themes and whatnot that way (again, forgive me if I'm wrong, still new to all of this). Everything went great, I installed to stock rom slot, Odin detected my phone in DL mode, I installed the new firmware, it updated and loaded all the apps just fine, and I installed the new safestrap.
There was a problem however... Whenever I go to turn off or reboot the phone, the "shutting down" dialogue box comes up and it just gets stuck there. I timed it for about 20 minutes before finally just pulling the battery. It does this everytime I need to reboot the phone and I always have to end up pulling the battery.
EDIT: As of this morning the stock rom appears to no longer be having the reboot issue. My guess is that is just a bug in a Eclipse at this point.
Thinking it might be just a weird bug, I made a partition in ROM slot 2 (ROM slot 1 was where my 4.3 was and I hadn't deleted it yet) and installed Eclipse 2.0.1. When I booted into it and logged into my Google account to recover all my apps like I did just did with the stock rom slot, all the apps que'd up, but nothing showed as installing. I thought that maybe I had kinda just overwhelmed the phone with downloads and went into the play store to stop the que. I started installing about 3 apps at a time to see if it worked better, and I ran into the same issue. Usually when you click "install" on an app, it will show the download process and then start installing to your phone. Mine goes straight to install and gets stuck on an endless loading bar, with no way to cancel or stop it without a reboot.
Rebooting is also having the same issue as before. I cannot shut off or restart the device without it locking into the shutting down dialogue box.
1. Did installing a de-odexed version cause any problems that I wouldn't have had with an odexed?
2. If so, I can follow the same methods I did to install bean's kit kat and reinstall the odexed version? Or would I have to somehow go back to 4.3 first?
3. Are there any other known fixes I should try?