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My Sprint HTC One keeps rebooting after I flash any custom kernel (faux, codecraft) on my phone. They use to work. Don't know if Flashing the H/K RUU had anything to do with it or not, flashed the 1.54.651.8 Firmware from Captain after the RUU aswell. Any help getting this fixed would be appreciated, thanks
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My Sprint HTC One keeps rebooting after I flash any custom kernel (faux, codecraft) on my phone. They use to work. Don't know if Flashing the H/K RUU had anything to do with it or not, flashed the 1.54.651.8 Firmware from Captain after the RUU aswell. Any help getting this fixed would be appreciated, thanks
Isn't the Ruu .9 and .13 firmware.... .8 wouldn't work right I don't think... I'm unsure though

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so once flashing the H/K RUU theres nothing i can do to flash a custom kernel anymore
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so once flashing the H/K RUU theres nothing i can do to flash a custom kernel anymore
No I'm saying you back tracked your firmware from RUU which is .9 and you said you went to .8 after the Ruu that doesn't sound like a good idea

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even on the .9 H/K firmware i get the reboots
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Hmmm, maybe you just can't use kernels on your phone, I remember older phones some people's phones just hated custom kernels

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was running kernels fine until i had to RUU because hands-free activation kept popping up and rebooting my phone
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Ahhh, understandable. Sorry I cannot help you sir! :/

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