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[Q] Flash Experia Z Ultra ROMs on a GPe?

OP cooljohn743

7th March 2014, 05:04 AM   |  #1  
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I recently bought a z ultra gpe with the intention of flashing Paranoid Android onto it. I followed all the instructions to the letter, this isn't my first time flashing, and my phone is now stuck on the ROM's boot animation.

So, I suppose first off knowing whether or not this is even possible would answer my questions and I'll happily go back to the stock rom if it's not, but if I can flash any kind of z ultra rom onto the GPe then what is my issue with trying to get PA on mine?
7th March 2014, 10:46 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by cooljohn743

I recently bought a z ultra gpe with the intention of flashing Paranoid Android onto it. I followed all the instructions to the letter, this isn't my first time flashing, and my phone is now stuck on the ROM's boot animation.

So, I suppose first off knowing whether or not this is even possible would answer my questions and I'll happily go back to the stock rom if it's not, but if I can flash any kind of z ultra rom onto the GPe then what is my issue with trying to get PA on mine?

No it wont work, you could try the CM or liquid roms in the GPe dev section... (looks looks CM11 has vanished)
8th March 2014, 02:01 AM   |  #3  
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Alright that make sense even though they appear to be the same device. How would I find and flash the stock kernel, recovery and rom for my phone then? Because I can't seem to find any of this anywhere.
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