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    Thread Honor 5x truly bricked?

    What happened: - I backed up the device using TWRP - I attempted to install a nightly update to my device - The device got stuck in an infinite boot loop - The device started back up in CyanogenMod Recovery (with no apparent way to get back to TWRP to use my backup) - I clicked on (literally)...
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    Post [ROM] [6.0.x] CyanogenMod 13.0 Official (KIW-L24 / L22 / L21, KII-L23 / L22 / L21)

    I was, actually. Good catch. However, after moving the tone to the internal memory, it still happened. Then, I moved it into the system/media/audio/alarms folder and it seems to have stopped resetting it. I also accidentally lost the default alarms within that folder because I deleted them...
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    Post [ROM] [6.0.x] CyanogenMod 13.0 Official (KIW-L24 / L22 / L21, KII-L23 / L22 / L21)

    As a follow-up to my sounds resetting themselves post, I've found another interesting twist to my issue. I have so far been unable to find the default alarm sound setting within the CM settings menu; however, certain apps are capable of setting it (Zedge, Simple Alarms, Ringtone Setter, etc.)...
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    Post [ROM] [6.0.x] CyanogenMod 13.0 Official (KIW-L24 / L22 / L21, KII-L23 / L22 / L21)

    Okay, so, I flashed CM13 when you guys published the very first nightly build. It is absolutely incredible! I have the Honor 5x KIW-L24 I updated to Android 6.0 before flashing CM 13 I have Open Gapps (whatever the default is, stock maybe?) However, after reading through most of the 43 pages...