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[ROM] CleanCore N6 | MRA58K | 100% Lean Stock | 10/7/2015

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negativzeroe

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Got it to boot after flashing a different kernel. was this packaged with the stock kernel? or was it slightly modified version to remove the Verity check?

Not having luck with the new radio (Verizon LTE), could be a poor radio at my location. I will report back with changes.

This. I used blu spark for the record.
 

vomer

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Got it to boot after flashing a different kernel. was this packaged with the stock kernel? or was it slightly modified version to remove the Verity check?

CleanCore builds are always packaged with stock boot.img

I've updated my guide with some custom kernel options though :)
 

hshshawn

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Anyone try this on sprint got it flashed and running great using Elementalx, cannot seem to get LTE data. I can make phone calls and texts(2g) but no data. Tried updating profile and PRL update and even the old sprint fix.zip nothing seemed to work?
 

khourie73

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Nov 26, 2009
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Hi nice but there is no LTE ...I'm on t-mobile. I added the dun in the APN settings. Still no change. Flash the radio image you offered. To no avail. any help would be appreciated
 

khourie73

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Nov 26, 2009
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Thanks for the quick response. I'm not clear on the location of EFS partition in TWRP. I have TWRP as recovery

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I don't have EFS partition backed up... Is the any other fix...The LTE has exclamation ..LTE!
 

blackhartct

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May 27, 2012
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Uh I just got a ota on Verizon.... Is that safe to run or what.. Never seen that happen on a custom rom b4...on lmy48m for the record

OK checked Reddit found out its the security update T build. Probably safe to flash but just want someone else to confirm... Waiting on 6.0 for now.. I'm sure something I use is prob broken. Best to do that stuff on a day off.
 
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sgloki77

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no data(LTE/3g) on a clean install of this ROM(exclamation sign on status bar ), tried different custom kernels to no avail, any idea how to fix this?
 

khourie73

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Nov 26, 2009
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flash stock image then root after and choose kernel.

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I used Wug's Nexus Root Toolkit v2.0.5
 

ConTejas2

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How long did MRA58K initial boot up take for you guys? I had it on the Google screen for about 25mins, realized I didn't unmount system (although I usually don't without issue), so went back in unmounted, wiped everything except internal, and it's been on the Google screen (black not animation) for about 10 mins. I used zips for the bootloader/radio but the md5s checked. Thanks guys and thanks again for your time/work Vomer.
 

tybo31316

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Jan 8, 2012
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How long did MRA58K initial boot up take for you guys? I had it on the Google screen for about 25mins, realized I didn't unmount system (although I usually don't without issue), so went back in unmounted, wiped everything except internal, and it's been on the Google screen (black not animation) for about 10 mins. I used zips for the bootloader/radio but the md5s checked. Thanks guys and thanks again for your time/work Vomer.
When I flashed CleanCore my start up was about 5 minutes. The issue I had was my phone wouldn't connect to data services at all.

Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
 

ConTejas2

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When I flashed CleanCore my start up was about 5 minutes. The issue I had was my phone wouldn't connect to data services at all.

Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk

Hmm that sounds like a radio or kernel issue, no? I fell back on my nandroid and was happy to see TWRP does backup bootloaders/radios since I'm at work and can't fastboot, but I think I'll try another radio zip/img and double check my md5s on cleancore. If it was an issue with the rom everyone would have it.
 

tybo31316

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Hmm that sounds like a radio or kernel issue, no? I fell back on my nandroid and was happy to see TWRP does backup bootloaders/radios since I'm at work and can't fastboot, but I think I'll try another radio zip/img and double check my md5s on cleancore. If it was an issue with the rom everyone would have it.
I tried different radios and everything. The same thing happened so I ended flashing a rooted 6.0 rom.

Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
 

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    Welcome to my new project - CleanCore

    CleanCore is a rom series focused on a clean and lean version of the latest stock android builds.

    Features:

    - Always sourced from stock factory images w/ stock kernel
    - Trimmed out gapps & useless bloat

    Trimmings:

    Videos
    YouTube
    Books
    Chrome
    CloudPrint2
    Drive
    EditorsDocs
    EditorsSheets
    EditorsSlides
    FitnessPrebuilt
    GoogleEars
    GoogleEarth
    GoogleHindiIME
    GooglePinyinIME
    KoreanIME
    Maps
    Music2
    Newsstand
    Photos
    PlusOne
    PrebuiltGmail
    PrebuiltKeep
    PrebuiltNewsWeather
    Street

    Donations:

    Clicky Click

    Files (flashable):

    - MRA58K (flash guide for this build)
    - MRA58K bootloader https://www.sendspace.com/pro/92ind5
    - MRA58K radio https://www.sendspace.com/pro/t46mr2
    - SuperSU | SuperSU BETA (optional)

    Archived Builds:

    https://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=37014

    Instructions:

    DOES NOT wipe your SD card.

    - Boot into recovery (TWRP/CWM)
    - Un-mount /system in TWRP/CWM
    - Wipe: system, data, dalvik and cache
    - Flash ROM (be patient - takes a while)
    - Flash SuperSU (optional)
    - Flash radio/bootloader (optional)
    - Reboot (first boot takes a while)

    Bonus: Simple Steps to flash stock IMG files

    via fastboot (manual installation):

    SYSTEM PREP (skip if you already have fastboot/adb setup):

    Let's setup ADB and fastboot

    Windows:

    - Automated: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2588979 (follow the steps in the software)

    - Manual Method:

    Download this file and extract the folder called "adb" to your C: drive. Your path should look like this:

    Code:
    C:\adb\

    You will need to open a command prompt window using this method:

    Code:
    - Go to the C:\adb\ folder 
    - hold down SHIFT key and RIGHT-CLICK 
    - select "Open command window here".

    In order to use ADB & Fastboot from anywhere - use the following steps to setup windows environment variables:

    Navigate to & click on Start > Right-Click on Computer > click on Advance System Settings >
    Click on Environment Variables (under the advanced tab) > Click on New (User Variables) >
    Variables Name: ADB (Or anything you want) Variables Value: ;C:\adb (this is the Path of my adb.exe file)

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    Mac & Linux:

    Install ADB & fastboot using: this file

    1. Extract the downloaded zip to your desktop
    2. Open Terminal and type in:

    Code:
    su
    cd Desktop/Android/ (note: Android is the directory extracted from zip file)

    3. Now type

    Code:
    ./ADB-Install-Mac.sh

    Note: By using the method above, your adb and fastboot files are stored at this location on your Mac: /usr/bin/

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    Now that you're setup, let's do the flashing:

    Boot into TWRP to wipe cache, dalvik, data (not internal storage/SD) and system.

    Reboot to bootloader and flash the following:

    • fastboot flash bootloader <insert bootloader img name>
    • fastboot reboot-bootloader
    • fastboot flash radio <insert radio img name>
    • fastboot reboot-bootloader
    • fastboot flash system system.img
    • fastboot flash boot boot.img // OR // fastboot flash boot <insert name of unecrypt boot.img>
    • fastboot flash cache cache.img
    • fastboot reboot

    After you finish the above - reboot in to recovery (TWRP/CWM) and factory reset - then reboot

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    I will keep things updated as I get time.

    Thanks & Enjoy! :)
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    MOD EDIT
    Just a couple thing...
    1) flashing anything is always at your own risk
    This has always been the case.. You are responsible for anything and everything flashed and installed to your phone... For a new project like this, is you're not sure you'll be able to fix your phone if anything goes wrong, wait... Let others beta it and work out any kinks.

    2) you wouldn't use adb to fix this anyways. Adb requires a running Android environment... Use FASTBOOT... Adb and fastboot are two separate programs installed in the same package... If you have already installed them, then just use them, no need to reinstall them every time you try.

    3a) download the appropriate factory image from the Google image site (I've linked it before in this thread) and use the included flash-all script to recover your phone.

    3b) alternately, install a Nexus 6 toolkit on your Mac and use that to install the factory image.