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By spezi77, Recognized Developer / Contributor on 13th January 2015, 11:07 PM
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15th January 2015, 10:47 AM |#11  
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I think it needs gapps to start it properly.

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15th January 2015, 11:24 AM |#12  
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I think it needs gapps to start it properly.

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Nope, it runs without gapps. You are welcome to figure out how to install gapps.

Edit: Could you do me a favor and provide a complete logcat? The previous one seems too short. How long did you wait before you canceled it?
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15th January 2015, 12:16 PM |#13  
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Nope, it runs without gapps. You are welcome to figure out how to install gapps.

Edit: Could you do me a favor and provide a complete logcat? The previous one seems too short. How long did you wait before you canceled it?

10 minutes, still showed nothing going on with the process so then I.just disconnected.

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15th January 2015, 12:18 PM |#14  
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Couldn't manage to boot.. Stays on black screen. Even after 20mn.. In recovery, I had a look in "information", and once the rom installed, I have 248mega free out of 250 on system.
Tried 3 times

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15th January 2015, 03:29 PM |#15  
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Couldn't manage to boot.. Stays on black screen. Even after 20mn.. In recovery, I had a look in "information", and once the rom installed, I have 248mega free out of 250 on system.
Tried 3 times

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Could you also take a dmesg, please?
adb shell
dmesg

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Could you also take a dmesg, please?
adb shell
dmesg

Thanks!

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when it is installing the log shows
installing update. . .
warning: no file_contexts
and then the aospa 5+ for legacy devices
script succeeded result was [0.200000]
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15th January 2015, 05:35 PM |#17  
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15th January 2015, 06:24 PM |#18  
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when it is installing the log shows
installing update. . .
warning: no file_contexts
and then the aospa 5+ for legacy devices
script succeeded result was [0.200000]

No worries, that looks fine. Alternatively, you could copy the recovery.log to SD. You find the command in 4ext under tools.

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No worries, that looks fine. Alternatively, you could copy the recovery.log to SD. You find the command in 4ext under tools.

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Yh that's what I did but it copied the gapps log which still had the same result, black screen and Yh I've attached that dmesg thing u told me to do.

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---------- Post added at 07:29 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:28 PM ----------

What you need k3?

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Couldn't manage to boot.. Stays on black screen. Even after 20mn.. In recovery, I had a look in "information", and once the rom installed, I have 248mega free out of 250 on system.
Tried 3 times

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Please attach recovery.log to check if something went wrong during installation.

248mb free out of 250 on system is to be expected. The logical explanation is that 4ext recovery is too old. It has no SELinux support and cannot read the new filesystem that LP requires. With LP we are no longer using yaffs2, but ext4 on /system and /data.

Edit: Although flashin with 4ext and twrp worked out, I think that we also require a newer recovery the sooner or later.
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Please attach recovery.log to check if something went wrong during installation.

248mb free out of 250 on system is to be expected. The logical explanation is that 4ext recovery is too old and cannot read the new filesystem that LP requires. With LP we are no longer using yaffs2, but ext4 on /system and /data.

I'll try again later, what about twrp recovery?

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