The Complete Jellybean Thread

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  1. GigaJake

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    Hashcode tweeted that SS 3.11 will still work.

    Anything not labeled kexec is set up for the ICS kernel, so I'm guessing those would be problematic.

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    All we need are ROMs now.
     
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    I've got my Kexec Liquid running again, it's all I need in a rom. I'm guessing kexec will be the future of roms, no more stock-kernel based roms.

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    Now all that's needed is the fastboot files... I'm stuck in a bootloop to a black screen. :frown:
     
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    Yeah, be super careful until those things drop.

    What did you do that caused this? I don't know if it's salvageable

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    Being rooted shouldn't be a problem when installing an OTA, you just simply lose it afterwards. If you applied the OTA successfully from the stock recovery system and you're in a bootloop, I would recommend performing a factory reset. It doesn't sound like you're too far down the rabbit hole yet.
     
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    Already done two factory resets and wiped the cache a few times as well. I'm going to try loading a different update zip as soon as I get the chance in the off chance that the download wasn't successful over FTP.

    FWIW Recovery said it was loaded successfully.
     
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    Huh. Yeah, if it installed successfully through the stock system and you've done some resets that would be the next best step. Verizon says the update is 356MB, I downloaded the one off of MyFishBear's server and it's 355.somethingMB
     
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    I grabbed it from jsnweitzel's link. I'm not currently able to grab the md5 of the file on my phone.

    If a reflash doesn't work, what would you suggest next? Just waiting out the fastboot files?
     
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    I guess so. You can't go back to ICS anymore, so if you can't get it to boot then you're going to have to wait for fastboot files.

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    Bleh. Good thing I have another D4, I just wanted to make this stupid broken one JB.

    Thanks for the help :)

    edit: What's the typical wait for the fastboot files after an OTA hits?
     
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    I'm tempted to say weeks-months. Definitely not a speedy process

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    this sucks my sisters phone already got the upgrade, i still waiting for mine
     
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    Tons of links in the OP for the zip if you want to install it manually. Otherwise, just wait for update to be pushed.

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