plantroon

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    ZTE Brick III
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  1. What did you install ? The first link in the OP is dead (hotfile file hosting service was shut down) If you only downloaded the ubuntu image, it won't work as you are missing the device-specific files. This ROM simply doesn't work right now / is unsupported
  2. Are there any noticeable performance improvements / less force closes in the newest version of the ROM ?
  3. You did not cause it. I bricked it by something else, when you proposed the partition mounting solution it was already bricked. The chip was really corrupted and now I will simply take out the components for possible future use and throw the useless parts of the BrickBlade 3 to trash :D
  4. Btw, that is the most sophisticated software solution for Blade 3 xD
  5. Once Cyanogenmod is updated, this ROM can be updated as well. So yeah there will be 4.4.3 ... Not now though Yes it is working (I personally tested it) but considered experimental. Kinda nice to see Google pawning that dalvik thing - it's logical and they should've done it long time ago.
  6. Just flash the ROM and don't do anything else (or you can wipe /system just to be safe) ....
  7. Nice now I'm sad that I bricked my phone xD
  8. To flash stock ROM you need stock recovery. Read instructions carefully
  9. lol I bricked it already :P It was a fun device to play with, it was never doing what it was supposed to do, was giving me headaches for 1.5 years. Now let's just burry it... My next smartphone will be Ubuntu (hopefully this one won't have ten thousand partitions)
  10. Thanks for the reply I completely removed the sdcard and it still was running into problems. It's the /data partition corrupted. I tried fsck on mmcblk0p22 (data partition) and it reported "Clean" so idk... How can it wear out so quickly ? Chesus this seems to be even worse than old SSDs... I was about to experiment with an mdadm raid 0 (raid over sdcard and internal storage) before I kill this phone but it's already fcked. So yeah, time for a new phone ... I will just wait for a device with official ubuntu support and will stick to my backup phone (Nokia 6300 ftw, more stable and faster than any Android device xD )
  11. I'm getting EROFS errors. (Read only file system) and apps are force closing. Then the phone reboots and I'm stuck in a reboot loop. Any ideas ? The phone is completely bricked as this happens on every ROM even after full wipes.
  12. What just happened (on the older build) Browser crashed. Then Settings crashed. As I was trying to enable android debugging over USB, it didn't do anything and didn't remember the setting either. As I was trying to install applications, gapps process crashed .............. When I tried to run logcat it just didn't allow root access (on clicking Allow button, Settings app crashed) ... so I believe that there's something srsly fcked up on my Blade 3
  13. I just asked, not that I want it ...
  14. What idles unused can't have bugs xD All bugs seem to be cm11 specific that's why I don't even bother providing logs as you can't/don't want to do much about it (I think xD) Btw, is there any way I could have an IM chat with you? I'm sorry for posting all the bs on this forum and I'd like to ask you few things regarding Blade 3 specific ROM development... if you could plz :)))
  15. Soo.... after a bit of testing I don't recommend anyone using the newest build. My latest build didn't have this sort of errors but the way I built it wasn't very polished... Everyone having problems / considering an update, the latest build is NOT STABLE! It has reboots crashes Yeah KonstaT knows what he is doing and that's why he had kept the download link for the 20140320 build in the OP. It's the most stable Kitkat for Blade 3 So don't update / don't flash the latest build (20140508)

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