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original core.odex file? (44s) :>

  1. enaecore
    Cupcake Mar 22, 2015

    enaecore , Mar 22, 2015 :
    hey there fellow OPO-owners,

    i know this is a dumb mistake and i could`ve easily avoided it but it seems i messed up by using lucky patcher`s "patch to android" without making a backup first :oops:

    now i can`t update, the error i get from TWRP is "assert failed: apply_patch_check ("/system/framework/core.odex" [...] ) ".
    of course i did a little research but couldnt really answer my questions:
    it should be alright if i replace the core.odex with the original file and then attempt to update, right?
    if yes, would someone be so nice as to link me to the original file as i cant find it :confused:?
    if no, what am i supposed to do? my One is running fine,
    it`s just about not being able to update :confused:

    (currently on XNPH44S)

    maybe someone around here could help me, that`d be great :)
    i promise to make a backup next time :D

    thankful for any help,
    enaecore
     

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  2. trano
    Gingerbread Mar 23, 2015

    trano , Mar 23, 2015 :
    if u have any previous backups why dont you restore to that grab the file and then restore to your current point
     

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  3. Nyan_
    Jelly Bean Mar 23, 2015


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  4. _ASSASSIN_
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 23, 2015


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  5. DaxNagtegaal
    Marshmallow Mar 23, 2015

    DaxNagtegaal , Mar 23, 2015 :
    Your instructions and replies are always so vague and confusing it's both hilarious and annoying at the same time :eek::D
     

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  6. Nyan_
    Jelly Bean Mar 23, 2015


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  7. enaecore
    Cupcake Apr 17, 2015


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  8. enaecore
    Cupcake Apr 17, 2015

    enaecore , Apr 17, 2015 :
    i also use lucky patcher to play games i actually payed for that have broken licence verification or downtimes on their license server (worms armageddon for example) ;)
     

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