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Originally Posted by liobeir

What do you mean by "After all the above steps are done, flash the kernel from your firmware the same way as you did it the first time."?

Do i flash the same kernel i flashed before towelroot or?

No, you flash the kernel that was on your phone before you flashed the kernel to work with towelroot. Basically, you flash the stock kernel that was on your phone before you even thought about rooting your phone. So, if you were running stock kitkat COC1 firmware before you decided to root your phone, you need to flash the COC1 kernel.
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