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(Q) Footer Is Wrong - Custom Rom Over 4.3 stock?

OP android182

3rd February 2014, 10:09 PM   |  #1  
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Hi,

First time Android user and getting to grips with the whole flashing scene.

Have 1905 Factory unlocked model with 4.3 stock.

My network recently launched 4G but only mobiles bought from them directly recieved the OTA update to enable it.

I was getting frustrated with the battery life aswell so I decided to try install a custom rom - namely one of the google edition 4.4.2 ones.

I have the phone rooted,wiped etc but every time I try to install eitheir of the two custom builds I downloaded I get the "footer is wrong" message twice followed by verification failure. I have renamed the build to update.zip.

Am i missing something obvious here? Is it even possible?
11th March 2014, 07:53 AM   |  #2  
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Wrong footer
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Originally Posted by android182

Hi,

First time Android user and getting to grips with the whole flashing scene.

Have 1905 Factory unlocked model with 4.3 stock.

My network recently launched 4G but only mobiles bought from them directly recieved the OTA update to enable it.

I was getting frustrated with the battery life aswell so I decided to try install a custom rom - namely one of the google edition 4.4.2 ones.

I have the phone rooted,wiped etc but every time I try to install eitheir of the two custom builds I downloaded I get the "footer is wrong" message twice followed by verification failure. I have renamed the build to update.zip.

Am i missing something obvious here? Is it even possible?

Hello i have the same issue ,have you fix this problem allready .
And how tell me please .
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