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Discussion in 'Mobile Phones and Media Players' started by Xandrid, Oct 12, 2016.
Whenever I flash a custom rom and reboot the system, it's stick on a boot loop
show us the guide you are following, maybe there's something you are missing
How to install:
Download zip from Downloads:
Put zip into Internal Storage
Reboot into Recovery like TWRP
Flash zip file XPerience-10.x.x-xxxxxxx-ghost.zip
Wipe dalvick-cache and cache
Reboot and config
Reboot Again and enjoy!
This is the page, maybe I have to wait a long while
Have you read the last few posts on XDA? The rom is a work in progress and the dev is still working to fix the recent upload...
I did, I guess I'll try another rom, but I have already and those give me a boot loop too
If your trying to run Android 7 Nougat on your device your going to run into problems one way or another.
Why not try OctOS? http://forum.xda-developers.com/moto-x/development/romghost-team-octos-oct-m-t3324780
Isn't it cute?
I'm actually trying to get marshmellow, and that was gonna be the next one I was gonna try after I try another one
If its still not working you may want to flash the stock image or a backup if you have one.
Was thinking I would have to do that, thanks
Or you can try this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/moto-x/development/rom-cyanogenmod-13-moto-x-t3313427
Cyanogenmod is a very good rom and Cyanogenmod 13 is made on Marshmellow :3
Thanks, I did have cyanogenmod on my previous phone
Reading the post though, seems easier to go to another rom like this one:
Only problem im seeing that if you record a video, audio will probably be distorted
Tried that one, didn't work
Does it really have to be Marshmellow? XD
Lol, not really, but I really want it, if I didn't I would've just stuck with stock and updated, beside OctOS worked finally
Correct me if I'm wrong, but shouldn't you do a hard reset before installing the Custom ROM to avoid compatibility problems?
Can you remind me what hard resetting is, I think I know what it is, but please remind me
If I remember right you have to go in wipe then advanced wipe and select Dalvik cache, cache, system and data and then swipe to wipe
If you don't have twrp but cwm then in the main menu choose wipe data/factory reset