I don't usually get into such discussions, but I see this point very often on xda, so this is my 2 cents:
"Do a clean flash every time you have a bug, to see if it's fixed" is a clear example of 'argument from ignorance'. When we don't even know ...
Try wich aosp? And wheres that kernel?
You're an obvious troll, but alright, I'll bite.
You've brought absolutely nothing to this discussion. All you're said can be distilled to:
- I managed to flash 8 ROMs on my own, so I know what I'm talking a...
Unofficial OTA app now supports clean flashing.
Download and install both apk files from: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B4q2Ez1yS1rKNVBIQU9KQmQtWEU
Clean flash option can be found in Misc > Troubleshooting > Clean Flash
This option wi...
I probably won't be adding new features to the unofficial OTA app anytime soon. My holidays are over and I have to head back to law offices tomorrow. Updates in the near future, if any, will probably be bug-fixes only, and I'll message Ta...
A few notes about the OTA app. Please read this, for your own sake.
You must manually open and run the app called RR OTA. It does not check for updates unless you tell it to do that. RR's Settings > Configurations > Updates can check for updates ...