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[Q] Error message when flashing CM11?

30th June 2014, 06:19 PM |#1  
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Hi guys,

It's been a long journey for me..............

1) unlock bootloader
2) installed dual recovery
3) downloaded cm-11-20140629-NIGHTLY-yuga.zip from http://download.cyanogenmod.org/?typ...ly&device=yuga

when i tried to install "cm-11-20140629-NIGHTLY-yuga.zip" via recovery, the error msg on the phone says "this firmware is for c6603, xxx, xxxxx but your phone is " ".

It seemed to think my phone's model number is blank? I boot into system and check the model and it's c6603.

Could someone help?




second question,
I have a 64GB sandisk class 10 microsd card, it becomes unwritable now. I am unable to format it in windows or using sd formatter. the SD adaptor is in unlock position (i have used another microsd and it can be formatted.

does it mean that my card is faulty?
30th June 2014, 07:30 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by balloontree

Hi guys,

It's been a long journey for me..............

1) unlock bootloader
2) installed dual recovery
3) downloaded cm-11-20140629-NIGHTLY-yuga.zip from http://download.cyanogenmod.org/?typ...ly&device=yuga

when i tried to install "cm-11-20140629-NIGHTLY-yuga.zip" via recovery, the error msg on the phone says "this firmware is for c6603, xxx, xxxxx but your phone is " ".

It seemed to think my phone's model number is blank? I boot into system and check the model and it's c6603.

Could someone help?




second question,
I have a 64GB sandisk class 10 microsd card, it becomes unwritable now. I am unable to format it in windows or using sd formatter. the SD adaptor is in unlock position (i have used another microsd and it can be formatted.

does it mean that my card is faulty?

Transfer the zip on to the internal memory and try flashing
30th June 2014, 08:52 PM |#3  
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Extract the boot.img from that zip file and flash it via fast boot. Then enter into recovery and flash the zip.
1st July 2014, 11:06 AM |#4  
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Extract the boot.img from that zip file and flash it via fast boot. Then enter into recovery and flash the zip.

Great! Thanks, this works!
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