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[SUPPORT] The Malaysian Tech Support Thread

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  1. weikang2753
    KitKat Oct 14, 2014

    weikang2753 , Oct 14, 2014 :
    This one, 一定要按赞! haha. will link this to my thread ;)
     

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  2. Felix
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 14, 2014

    Felix , Oct 14, 2014 :
    True also :p

    Sure. Just add in information as you see fit.
     

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  3. Felix
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 14, 2014


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  4. desmond52
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 15, 2014

    desmond52 , Oct 15, 2014 :
    Use it to massage your tired muscle lah Wei Kang :)
     

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  5. Felix
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 15, 2014


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  6. Haters_Gonna_H8
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 15, 2014

    Haters_Gonna_H8 , Oct 15, 2014 :
    what rom u using? cm11s 38R? if yes? which recovery u use?
     

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  7. Haters_Gonna_H8
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 15, 2014

    Haters_Gonna_H8 , Oct 15, 2014 :
    actually, this is still not considered as clean install.

    most clean install is by wiping everything until u get the "no os installed" message. this is done by wiping everything and formatting the partition.

    the 2nd clean install is by running the "fastboot flash userdata xxxx.img" command when u flash the rom.

    and any clean and safest install is done by fastboot method and not by flashing the zip file via recovery
     

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  8. Felix
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 15, 2014

    Felix , Oct 15, 2014 :
    I see. That's a very good info. One question though, meaning clean install will wipe internal storage as well?
     

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  9. Haters_Gonna_H8
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 15, 2014

    Haters_Gonna_H8 , Oct 15, 2014 :
    yes. opo doesnt have external memory slot. if you view the folder structure, you can see that some apps will reside in both device system folder and internal memory folder. the 1st is for core app data and the latter is for user saved file/data. its inter-related.
     

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  10. Haters_Gonna_H8
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 16, 2014

    Haters_Gonna_H8 , Oct 16, 2014 :
    @weikang2753

    if you are not on twrp recovery yet. install it.

    then reboot your device 1st. let it run. doesnt matter if you still encounter a boot loop. just let the device boot for once.

    then, power off. reboot into twrp.
    select wipe
    select wipe dalvik cache and cache
    swipe
    reboot

    u should see your device screen showing "updating x app of n apps"

    let the process finishes itself.

    then power off your device again.
    enter twrp recovery
    select advanced
    select terminal command
    press the Select button on the bottom right of the screen
    type this command:

    make_ext4fs /dev/block/mmcblk0p15

    the screen will produce these lines:
    Creating filesystem with parameters:
    Size: 33554432
    Block size: 4096
    Blocks per group: 32768
    Inodes per group: 2048
    Inode size: 256
    Journal blocks: 1024
    Label:
    Blocks: 8192
    Block groups: 1
    Reserved block group size: 7
    Created filesystem with 11/2048 inodes and 1166/8192 blocks


    then press the back button until you reach twrp's main screen
    reboot system

    this should do the trick.

    one note, i saw you state you flashed AK and franco kernel into your device. pls make sure, whenever you want to change kernel. you flash the stock kernel 1st, before going to other kernel.

    example, if you are on franco kernel and wanna use AK kernel. you need to flash the stock kernel 1st, reboot the system. let it run for 1 time. then only proceed to flash franco kernel.

    reason being is, as easy as it seem, flashing custom kernel has some background change that you dont see. it also changes the thermal engine. hence, when you want to swap kernel. make sure, you also revert the thermal-engine back to stock.

    you can find the stock thermal-engine in /system/bin/ .It'll be named thermal-engine.bak, just need to rename it to thermal-engine.
     

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  11. weikang2753
    KitKat Oct 16, 2014

    weikang2753 , Oct 16, 2014 :
    Ya stock cm11s 38R and TWRP
     

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  12. Haters_Gonna_H8
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 16, 2014

    Haters_Gonna_H8 , Oct 16, 2014 :
    see my previous post. and i suggest you to revert to stock kernel 1st, and to also revert back to the stock thermal-engine. once your device stabilized, then proceed to play custom kernel again
     

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  13. weikang2753
    KitKat Oct 16, 2014

    weikang2753 , Oct 16, 2014 :
    but still ya, the bootloop issue of franco kernel has been discussed by members in lowyat and the developer dont hv the intention to fix it yet , mentioned by @Felix ~ so I dont bother it now ..
     

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  14. Haters_Gonna_H8
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 16, 2014

    Haters_Gonna_H8 , Oct 16, 2014 :
    which franco kernel revision did u use over your 38r? only r24 and above are compatible with 38R.
     

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  15. abkhalil818
    Cupcake Oct 16, 2014


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  16. Hann_n
    Honeycomb Oct 16, 2014


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  17. Haters_Gonna_H8
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 16, 2014

    Haters_Gonna_H8 , Oct 16, 2014 :
    since you are unrooted, i'm assuming you have everthing stock, i.e. you didnt modify or play around with any mods, etc. then 2 options for you

    1st: wait patiently for the OTA until you achieve 38R

    or

    2nd fast route way:
    go to here: https://cyngn.com/products/oneplusone/
    scroll down
    download the cm-11.0-XNPH33R-bacon-signed-fastboot.zip

    then install the rom either by fastboot or using toolkit

    u will be under 33R.

    then, u can again wait for the 38R OTA or manually download the OTA and apply it either by recovery or sideload

    owh wait. im not felix
     

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  18. Haters_Gonna_H8
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 16, 2014

    Haters_Gonna_H8 , Oct 16, 2014 :
    flash twrp
    reboot into twrp.
    select wipe
    select wipe dalvik cache and cache
    swipe
    reboot

    then power off your device again.
    enter twrp recovery
    select advanced
    select terminal command
    press the Select button on the bottom right of the screen
    type this command:

    make_ext4fs /dev/block/mmcblk0p15

    the screen will produce these lines:
    Creating filesystem with parameters:
    Size: 33554432
    Block size: 4096
    Blocks per group: 32768
    Inodes per group: 2048
    Inode size: 256
    Journal blocks: 1024
    Label:
    Blocks: 8192
    Block groups: 1
    Reserved block group size: 7
    Created filesystem with 11/2048 inodes and 1166/8192 blocks

    then press the back button until you reach twrp's main screen
    reboot system
     

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  19. vintcf
    KitKat Oct 16, 2014

    vintcf , Oct 16, 2014 :
    What is the purposes of doing this?
     

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  20. Haters_Gonna_H8
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 16, 2014

    Haters_Gonna_H8 , Oct 16, 2014 :
    there's a bug on the OTA, an unused persist partition in the device got buggy. even the device does not use this particular partition, it still creates problem to the device. in worst case scenario, bootloops and lost of modem info.

    use the tech sub-section for this kind of question. easier to track
     

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