[Q] MultiRom on Nexus 7 Flo Kernal Problems
Hi -- I can't find anything else here at all about this.
Over the course of about 3 hours today I've been trying to get my Nexus 7 (2013) to run multiple roms using this tool:
I'm going to try to give you as much information as I can.
This is a Nexus 7 2013, Wifi, 16GB
Just incase you missed any of that,
Nexus 7 2013 FLO
Cyanogen Mod 10.2 9/21/13 Nightly Build
Anyway, here's my problem.
I'm trying to get this tablet to run Cyanogen Mod 10.2 and Ubuntu Desktop 13.04 Raring.
I started off by flashing the custom TWRP recovery, which worked perfectly.
I wiped the cache and dalvik just to be safe.
Rebooted into my Cyanogen Mod which still worked.
I then used the custom TWRP recovery to flash the multirom.zip in that thread.
I wiped the cache and dalvik once again, rebooted, and it worked.
Cyanogen was then my internal with absolutely no problems.
I used TWRP recovery to add the Ubuntu Rom which still posed no problems, the internal booted well but obviously I needed a Kexec patch Kernal to actually boot the Ubuntu image.
Once I flashed the custom Kernal though, the internal would not boot, getting stuck on a black screen.
The Ubuntu rom would attempt to start but get stuck on the Google logo.
Please excuse my complete noobiness, this is literally my first post here and I've only had this tablet for approximately a month or so.
Is anyone having a similar or the same problem, and is there any solution? Thank you so much.
If you've actually read to this point I love you lol