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[ROM][All-F2FS]KitKat 4.4.4 KTU84P stock odex All-F2FS

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2nd August 2014, 02:00 PM   |  #51  
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I had exactly the same problem. I tried using the supplied superuser.zip and also the zip file (actually, several versions) from SuperSU. In *every* case, root didn't work, and the superuser.apk which was deposited in /system/app seemed to not be recognised by the rom as an executable, and didn't show up in the app drawer. The zip files all checked out good: no corruption.

In the end, I installed SuperSU from Google Play, which worked perfectly (and I even successfully installed it as a system app, by choosing this option from within the app itself).

By the way, the vanilla rascarlo vanilla rom referenced in the OP works perfectly, with none of these problems.

Hopefully this helps someone else who is struggling with this!

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Hey!

Change the kernel and install the root. It was a error of stock kernel.
2nd August 2014, 05:57 PM   |  #52  
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Hey!

Change the kernel and install the root. It was a error of stock kernel.

Hmmmm... I'm pretty sure I reproduced the problem even after flashing m-kernel a69. No matter, I'm happy that the rom is running nicely rooted now

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7th August 2014, 02:51 PM   |  #53  
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GREATTTTT!!!! FEELS LIKE NEW

one question though, will you continue provide update if future android version is released?
7th August 2014, 06:46 PM   |  #54  
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Hey guys a little help pls, got stuck on google logo after flashing rom. And yes i am on f2fs file system also trayed with latest m-kernel. cheers
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9th August 2014, 03:30 PM   |  #55  
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Hey guys a little help pls, got stuck on google logo after flashing rom. And yes i am on f2fs file system also trayed with latest m-kernel. cheers

Install Lego kernel or F2FS kernel.

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Anyone got usb otg to work on this ROM?

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10th August 2014, 09:41 AM   |  #56  
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[/COLOR]Anyone got usb otg to work on this ROM?

Install StickMount from Google Play
3rd September 2014, 05:01 PM   |  #57  
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I used the zip file to format f2fs because I couldn't see how to do it in TWRP and it only did system and cache. The option in TWRP is under Wipe, Advanced Wipe, select the partition, then choose Repair or Change File System to change it to f2fs. There was some weird behavior with TWRP: when you convert the partitions, it then displays them in lowercase. I had to redo the format a couple of times to get it to stick for the cache partition. I found the best thing to do is to convert the partitions, reboot into recovery again, then check them. If they're correct, you can install your rom. If not, redo the steps.
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So, am I correct that the steps needed to install a F2FS rom from stock KK are:
  • install a F2FS kernel
  • install twrp with F2FS support
  • wipe partitions and convert to F2FS via twrp?
  • flash rom

??

EDIT: Okay, got it working, here are the short main steps to save others some trouble:
  • flash twrp 2.7.1.1
  • advanced wipe the partitions with f2fs via twrp
  • flash f2fs rom
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