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[SOLVED-tipo]Stuck in CM11!! What can I do?

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2nd May 2014, 07:45 PM   |  #11  
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Try to flash the firmware bro

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I solved it man! read the OP, maybe it will be useful for somebody in the future!!!!
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I solved it man! read the OP, maybe it will be useful for somebody in the future!!!!

I never encountered this problem. I've downgraded to CM10 with the kernel flasher. So it's would be easy to go in stock without flashtools

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I never encountered this problem. I've downgraded to CM10 with the kernel flasher. So it's would be easy to go in stock without flashtools

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Anyway, this may be useful for those who don't use kernel flasher and are used to Flashtool..
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Anyway, this may be useful for those who don't use kernel flasher and are used to Flashtool..

I'll give you a thanks anyway this can be usefull in the future

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