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Unhappy [Q] set_metadata_recursive: some changes failed please help !

Hello guys !
I have got set_metadata_recursive: some changes failed error when i started to install a new rom (kitkat aokp lastest)
I have tried :

1- i have the lastest cwm and philz too
2- tried cwm (lastest v6.21)
3- tried philz lastest
4- tried another cwm versions
5- tried to search for this problem and nothing fixed it

hope you guys can help me
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First, you need to unlock your bootloader in order to flash CM, AOSP or AOKP roms.
The usual procedure is to extract the boot.img from the rom zip, flash it with fastboot, then use the included custom recovery to flash the rom. It should tell you which recovery to use in the installation instructions.

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First, you need to unlock your bootloader in order to flash CM, AOSP or AOKP roms.
The usual procedure is to extract the boot.img from the rom zip, flash it with fastboot, then use the included custom recovery to flash the rom. It should tell you which recovery to use in the installation instructions.

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thanks man
I will unlock bl
you really helped me thanks
will see if this will work or not
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