Ok if you are flashing SiX... fastboot TWRP and Sideload the ROM and reboot system. Done..
Now to flash DU.. fastboot TWRP and Sideload the ROM, reboot system. Once on setup screen go to bootloader by holding the key combo. Now fastboot TWRP and install Flash kernel, reboot system. Done.
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Ok when you get to the DU setup screen, at that point fastboot TWRP and install Flash kernel from March. Reboot and your touch screen should work on setupWell that would be a problem then, that is how i'm doing both of them. SIX would active the touch screen and DU without the kernel would be the same thing. With trying to flash DU with the kernel i have tried the way you suggested. I have also tried flashing the rom then flashing the kernel when it boots to the du setup screen it again stops me from using the touch. Right now on the stop .29 rom the touch screen works fine.
I also got Google Services Framework force closing constantly on your DU Rom... Are you sure there isn't an issue with the built in GAPPS?
Do a full wipe flash of April factory image. Let it boot, but don't set up. Boot back into TWRP, install it, then clean flash the rom normally wiping system, cache, and data. Then reboot system, ignore no os message.
Thanks, I'll try this when I get home
I'm not sure that made the difference, think it was clean flashing the factory first. But glad it worked. I say install TWRP because I'm sure you'll want to get back to it and that's the perfect time to do it. Always right after the rom.