The problem is that translations are not updated to support latest implementations in security app, so they cause it to FC. Now just revert back to previous rom and stop complaining.realize how many people and how many devices have the same problem. it is not a problem of translations. the problem is the update
I tried to go back to the previous version but when I install it always cleaning the cache dalvik gives me a continuous error as I turn on the phone that does not go away.The problem is that translations are not updated to support latest implementations in security app, so they cause it to FC. Now just revert back to previous rom and stop complaining.
You need to wipe system partition in TWRP before flashing a previous version of the rom.[QUOTE = "zioroby6, post: 398975, member: 150056"] Hai cancellato il sistema prima di lampeggiare?
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Sono andato in recupero TWRP e aggiornato alla versione precedente. poi ho eliminato cache dalvik e poi riavviato il sistema. quando il telefono si accende viene fuori un errore continuo che non va via.
Yes, you normally need to wipe system only when going back or changing rom. When updating the same rom it's not necessary. Anyway, you need to go into Wipe > advanced wipe > select only system and then swipe the arrow to wipe the partition. Now you are ready to flash.but this operation is done only when you want to go back right?