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ROM CyanogenMod 6.0.1 Builds

  1. ofer5813
    Cupcake Mar 3, 2016

    ofer5813 , Mar 3, 2016 :
    what and how I need to backup important data before unlocking bootloader and changing rom?
    I mean do I need to backup my kernel or anything else with importance?
     

  2. ofer5813
    Cupcake Mar 3, 2016

    ofer5813 , Mar 3, 2016 :
    please guys can someone tell me how to flash in the right order rom then firmware then kernel then gapps?
    and all can be done with one flash?
    and also where can i find md5 checksums for downloaded zips?
     
    Last edited: Mar 3, 2016

  3. Nicodoc
    Gingerbread Mar 3, 2016

    Nicodoc , Mar 3, 2016 :
    Wipe all you need (you may also reformat data and cache to f2fs if you want), flash firmware, reboot recovery, flash ROM and gaps, reboot system and have fun. I never had problems with corrupted files, you can skip md5 check imho
     

  4. ofer5813
    Cupcake Mar 3, 2016

    ofer5813 , Mar 3, 2016 :
    is formatting to f2fs give advantages or something?
    and dont i need to queue flash all zips in one go just by correct order?
     

  5. Nicodoc
    Gingerbread Mar 3, 2016

    Nicodoc , Mar 3, 2016 :
    F2fs is faster, but I don't know if you can really feel it (I have changed my fs some time ago, so I can't make a comparison). Jgcaap recommends it, but it's your decision. Just in case, you have to press wipe, advanced wipe, select data and cache and then change file system. This will reformat also internal storage. Reboot recovery after the change (if you do it)
     

  6. ofer5813
    Cupcake Mar 3, 2016

    ofer5813 , Mar 3, 2016 :
    so if i backup the rom before changing to jgcaap it will be also deleted no?
     

  7. Nicodoc
    Gingerbread Mar 3, 2016

    Nicodoc , Mar 3, 2016 :
    Yes, you have to move your backups to your pc. Obviously you need a PC or USB otg because your internal storage will be clean, so you have to put ROM, firmware and gapps in your phone after reformatting
     

  8. ofer5813
    Cupcake Mar 3, 2016

    ofer5813 , Mar 3, 2016 :
    I tried to install latest jgcaap rom after flashing firmware but it gave me failed with error:7
    what it means?also tried to install with latest TWRP 3.0.0.1 maybe this version of TWRP caused the problem?
     

  9. Nicodoc
    Gingerbread Mar 3, 2016

    Nicodoc , Mar 3, 2016 :
    Try with twrp 2.8.6.0. You should not have problems with this version
     

  10. ofer5813
    Cupcake Mar 3, 2016

    ofer5813 , Mar 3, 2016 :
    how can i change TWRP versions?
    and daxnagteegals guide recommends using the latest version of TWRP so how come older version will work?
     

  11. Nicodoc
    Gingerbread Mar 4, 2016

    Nicodoc , Mar 4, 2016 :
    2.8.6.0 is fine, you'll be able to flash everything. Many peoples had issues with new TWRP
     

  12. ofer5813
    Cupcake Mar 4, 2016

    ofer5813 , Mar 4, 2016 :
    dude i tried now with twrp 2.8.6.0 and it gave me other error still cant flash it what i did wrong?
    maybe i do need to reformat or something?
    do i need to be rooted?
     

  13. ofer5813
    Cupcake Mar 4, 2016

    ofer5813 , Mar 4, 2016 :
    it gives me error now "e: error executing updater binary in zip '/sdcard/download/cm-13.0-20160302-jgcaap-bacon-zip' what the hell?
     

  14. Nicodoc
    Gingerbread Mar 4, 2016

    Nicodoc , Mar 4, 2016 :
    Edit: unuseful post
    Edit 2: I don't know what is the problem, but let me know if you solved it
     
    Last edited: Mar 4, 2016

  15. bmark240
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 4, 2016

    bmark240 , Mar 4, 2016 :

    Redownload the zip file. Sometimes corruption will happen with downloads. Make sure that the file is the same size as the download source. Backup your old setup ALWAYS!! Perform a clean flash by wiping everything except Internal Storage & OTG. Flash Firmware first, then flash ROM, then flash the newest GAPPS on jgcaaps server. Clear Cache & Dalvik/Art Cache...There happens to be problems with older versions of GAPPS package. Setup your ROM. Download a couple of Modem: Oxygen, MrSHME, Cyanogen and install by wiping cache first then installing new modem. See which is best for you.
    To upgrade or downgrade TWRP, start TWRP. In the bottom right hand corner is a button which says zip. Click it to change to IMG. Next swipe. Next choose Recovery. Swipe. Choose reboot into recovery.
     
    Last edited: Mar 4, 2016

  16. daniga74
    Jelly Bean Mar 4, 2016

    daniga74 , Mar 4, 2016 :
    you can copy on PC just only data on internal storage (photo, video, ecc.)
    in this stage you can't backup kernel, firmware and the rom;
    once you unlock bootloader install TWRP 2.8.6.0 to perform a nandroid backup.
     

  17. ofer5813
    Cupcake Mar 4, 2016

    ofer5813 , Mar 4, 2016 :
    thx for helping guys!
    btw jgcaap rom can be updated by ota?
    if not how can i manually and safely keep the rom updated?
    also, I didnt manage to find md5 checksums on the download thread where would ill be able to find them?
    thx.
     

  18. mymutatedmind
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 4, 2016


  19. bmark240
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 4, 2016

    bmark240 , Mar 4, 2016 :
    Jgcaap is not responsible for any problems within Cyanogen mod builds. Kindly use search to find out about wakelocks & what is causing problems. I have to say that SOT is excellent & battery drain is low. Google is responsible for other problems. Roll back to the previous version and see if the 'bug' is still present.
     
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2016

  20. mymutatedmind
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 5, 2016

    mymutatedmind , Mar 5, 2016 :
    Pity.. Atleast google *mobile radio active *once.. Unless you're suggesting rolling back to kitkat....
    However the bug still remains.. Im powerless.. Thus calling out for help.. Thats all..