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[ROM][SM-P600][XXUCNH3][4.4.2] ★★xKat v4.0★★ (24.09.2014)

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3rd December 2014, 01:39 PM   |  #741  
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Try flashing the latest supersu update from recovery. That should fix your root issue of no supersu. I've had to do that on mine.
8th December 2014, 05:14 PM   |  #742  
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Does anyone experience an issue where plugging in a USB charger turns the device on?

It seems impossible for my device to remain OFF and charge.

And in the event that it reaches a battery level 0%, it will boot cycle over and over because it is plugged in, trying to charge, but not enough juice to stay turned on. So it turns off, then sees that it's plugged in, and turns back on.
17th December 2014, 11:24 AM   |  #744  
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Could be a bootloader problem. Flash a stock fw to upgrade your bootloader to kitkat one. Btw read Troubleshooting in OP. I mentioned it.
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17th December 2014, 01:15 PM   |  #745  
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Could be a bootloader problem. Flash a stock fw to upgrade your bootloader to kitkat one. Btw read Troubleshooting in OP. I mentioned it.

Hi hanspampel!
Just donated you a little beer (i did it from my other account, andoni)
I've been using your fantastic rom since I bought this tablet, and have tested other roms, and have to say this is the best one I have found by far.
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17th December 2014, 01:23 PM   |  #746  
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Thanks mate. Really appreciate it.
17th December 2014, 10:54 PM   |  #747  
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Originally Posted by kornelius1982

I`m really looking forward to root my P600 and install this ROM.
In general, how is this ROM working as a daily driver?
Are there any major issues and which kernel is most stable and power efficient?

Thanks in advance!


I'd be curious to know as well.....

I went with the Xluco kernel that was in the installer, and then flashed his latest v3 after installing the ROM. I will say that battery life now sucks horribly and that in-use it drains like crazy.

So I may reflash this ROM and choose the second one on the list. (I think it was called stock + plist)
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I'd be curious to know as well.....

I went with the Xluco kernel that was in the installer, and then flashed his latest v3 after installing the ROM. I will say that battery life now sucks horribly and that in-use it drains like crazy.

So I may reflash this ROM and choose the second one on the list. (I think it was called stock + plist)

Hi Naxlonz,
Try the second kernel on the list, you will have an amazing battery life.
I attach some pics, and as you see, between 8-9 ours of SOT, its quite amazing how this rom handles battery life.
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Could be a bootloader problem. Flash a stock fw to upgrade your bootloader to kitkat one. Btw read Troubleshooting in OP. I mentioned it.

Thanks!! You indeed do mention the exact issue in the OP, lol

Though, I don't see a link for the KK bootloader
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Hi

Yepp there is no link to bootloader. You have to flash the stock fw first. Sorry.

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