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[Q] Help installing TheRom (tonyp) newbl vs oldbl

OP seversk

17th March 2014, 09:42 AM   |  #1  
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Hello fellow XDA members,

I have some trouble getting TheRom CM10.2 from tonyp to work on my LG 2x. I'm currently running CM7.2

After flashing it was stuck in boot... (I did a factory reset wipe cache and dalvik)

First of all. I can't find and MD5 of the latest 26build. As the main download is offline from basketbuild.. I have downloaded it from a member who uploaded it..

My second question is about OldBL vs NewBL. It seems TheRom need the newbl but I have no idea how to install this?
Currently running CWM 6 oldbl

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thank
17th March 2014, 12:31 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by seversk

Hello fellow XDA members,

I have some trouble getting TheRom CM10.2 from tonyp to work on my LG 2x. I'm currently running CM7.2

After flashing it was stuck in boot... (I did a factory reset wipe cache and dalvik)

First of all. I can't find and MD5 of the latest 26build. As the main download is offline from basketbuild.. I have downloaded it from a member who uploaded it..

My second question is about OldBL vs NewBL. It seems TheRom need the newbl but I have no idea how to install this?
Currently running CWM 6 oldbl

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thank

Use the converter tool from Spyrosk to convert newbl to oldbl. Or use the AIO toolkit to get newbl.
23rd March 2014, 09:38 AM   |  #3  
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Use the converter tool from Spyrosk to convert newbl to oldbl. Or use the AIO toolkit to get newbl.

Thanks I got it! I installed a new bootloader with the AIO toolkit!
works like a charm..
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