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[ROM] (Unofficial) [4.4.2] SlimKat Weekly 3.1 [Jewel] W/ New partitions

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By NaterTots, Senior Member on 4th January 2014, 01:47 AM
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7th November 2014, 04:00 PM |#301  
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Originally Posted by srinia

I get the 'Error executing updater binary in zip' message when i try to flash any of the latest zips on top of my 2/27/14 version of slimkat from the first post.

I got the error when flashing ocarinaz64's latest. I got this before when i tried to flash his earlier versions too. I followed the instructions in the readme file and tried Goblinz 5/2014 version - but got the same error.

Same error when i tried Liquid-smooth and PAC-MAN roms.

I replaced the update-binary and updater-script files with the ones in 2/27. i still got the same error with slimkat.

But when i replaced these files in PAC-MAN rom i was able to flash it. But wifi and phone calls did not work. I tried this with liquid-smooth with same results.

Here are some more details

hboot - 2.10.0000
radio -
twrp -

Any suggestions ?

Update TWRP to the latest version. Right now I'm running from Captain Throwback. I suggest you start using that one. It sounds like you did everything else just right. Secondly, you might try re-downloading each of your ROMs, it could be that you got a bad download. But it sounds like if you're having the same issue on multiple ROMs that it's a recovery problem. You could also try my AOKP build, which I know for a fact doesn't have installer problems. I'm sure others out there work, too. I just haven't used any others in a long time to say for sure which.
Last edited by ocarinaz64; 7th November 2014 at 04:04 PM.
7th November 2014, 11:36 PM |#302  
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Thank you ocarinaz64.
Will try out these.
Last edited by srinia; 7th November 2014 at 11:42 PM.
8th November 2014, 05:08 AM |#303  
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Originally Posted by srinia

Thank you ocarinaz64.
Will try out these.

Getting the latest TWRP fixed this. Thank you Captain Throwback and Ocarinaz !
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