- Oct 28, 2009
Sad to see that KRACK isn't patched on this.
And they say magic is unreal.
Sad to see that people still whine about vulnerabilities, when everything is open source,and they could patch the vulnerability themselves.
No, you shouldn't, the update will most probably brick your phone. You might wanna clean flash if you want to move to LOS 14.1 from Cyanogenmod 13.1.
With barely over 900 post, I doubt you are Sultran with a alt account.
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I saw your bug-collection and want to contribute my guide to use Multirom with Sultans.
1. Install latest Cm12 nightly to secondary rom slot
2. Swap your primary rom and the Cm12 install
3. Wipe System on Cm12 on primary
4. Flash Sultans and GApps
5. Swap Sultans and your former primary ROM
You should use Sultans as secondary since Sultans kernel does not allow to show the rom-selection menu.
I am currently on primary with Sultans because I get cute little bootloops when rebooting in secondary roms (fix :always reboot into recovery)
With ak kernel the rom-selection shows up but Sultans won't boot, since it is not supported yet.
AmazingHorse said:I want to add a little update about MultiROM.
To get things working i'm needed to install last multirom boot-part (v32k) and old multirom recovery, based on twrp 2.8.6 (20150416)
I was unable to boot when i got multirom 32h (this version works with oxygenos) and 2.8.7-based multirom recovery