Originally Posted by mauronofrio
Is useless make a fastboot rom for an AICP, you wouldn't have any advantage.
Fastboot ROMs have been made for the device to flash all Stock ROM partitions and have fewer problems with them.
OK, you are the developer and you will know it, I am not
But then, can I use this method to flash the cleaned 30s which is available here on xda?
Because as reported in the AICP thread:
The only Rom which was working most stable for me but is pretty outdated is a grossoshop rom (RELEASE 20S from 22nd December 2016: http://blog.grossoshop.net/leeco-x72...-italiano-ota/
). There was a bat-file provided, which flashes a system.img ("FLASHING SYSTEM"), a boot.img ("FLASHING KERNEL") and the TWRP recovery via FASTBOOT. Then it automatically reboots into twrp to clear data, cache and dalvik cache. For me it seems, that the fastboot method fixes most of the issues of any rom I have tested or makes the issues less.
After I have flashed the grossoshop rom, I have updated TWRP and tried your [ROM][6.0.1][X720][EUI][23S] MAURO V2.2 by Mauronofrio
. No further issues (I think).^
I don't really want to use Leeco's EUI anymore, outdated in my opinion.
Changing to any custom rom which is not based on EUI - issues happening more often, rebooting into Emergency mode more often...
That's why I was thinking of using FASTBOOT to install a custom rom (especially not based on EUI). This phone as so many different strange behaviours when reading through the posts^^
I will try the latest GizROM (30s) next as its based on EUI.