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16th May 2014, 02:08 AM |#1  
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Looking at dropping a custom ROM on my new M8. I'm currently rocking TWRP 2702 because I read that 00 had issues. That said, some ROMs seem to indicate they only work on 00.

Should I go back to 00 if I'm going to start down this or am I generally safe with 02 unless a ROM specifically says otherwise?

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16th May 2014, 01:58 PM |#2  
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Looking at dropping a custom ROM on my new M8. I'm currently rocking TWRP 2702 because I read that 00 had issues. That said, some ROMs seem to indicate they only work on 00.

Should I go back to 00 if I'm going to start down this or am I generally safe with 02 unless a ROM specifically says otherwise?

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Stay right where you are at, you are good to go.
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Stay right where you are at, you are good to go.

+1. I'm using TWRP 2.7.0.2, and have flashed numerous ROM's with no problems. Currently running ViperOne M8 1.6.0
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Looking at dropping a custom ROM on my new M8. I'm currently rocking TWRP 2702 because I read that 00 had issues. That said, some ROMs seem to indicate they only work on 00.

Should I go back to 00 if I'm going to start down this or am I generally safe with 02 unless a ROM specifically says otherwise?

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What issues did you hear about 2.7.0.2? I've had zero issues with TWRP.
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17th May 2014, 11:31 AM |#5  
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Agree with all that has been posted here. Using 02 TWRP and have been flashing ROM's everyday (trying to find one to say with but all are really so good i cant decide) it seems with out any problems at all
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What issues did you hear about 2.7.0.2? I've had zero issues with TWRP.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=52656396


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I am familiar with that other unofficial version. Reading through the entire thread, I don't see where it's necessarily more reliable.

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Wasn't sure so I wanted to get a slightly better warm and fuzzy from folks with more M8 experience than myself.

Thanks alll for the responses, I feel more relaxed now about dropping something different on this rather nice device!

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