Normally what I do is in TWRP I wipe:dr4kendroid wrote:
Yes, with 3GB partition you dont have any storage space issues ! You can just select all features on ROM Builder an install without problems.
the Rom i uploaded here for testing is the latest release of our regular globeROM. For you to test to prevent other user getting bootloops. On Friday we will release next official version on our website.
well about the TWRP .. There is a bug in TWRP when you do any actions like wiping /system manually or flashing a ROM and after that you flash a ROM again without rebooting before, it will fail ! You can fix this by yourself with just rebooting to recovery again before doing that tasks. But I tell people to download latest TWRP with hope that they made a fix for that.
To succesfully flash the ROM, just boot to recovery, press install and chose the zip file... no need for wiping /system manually because its already done by the install process.
- Dalvik/ART Cache
and afterwards I manually delete all everything from INTERNAL STORAGE except the backups and the zip ROM which I'll flash only after I REBOOT back into TWRP.
And still i get bootloops, but as you kindly traced the issue, it's because of insufficient disk space on System partition.
During the weekend I'll try to increase the System partition to 3.5GB just to be on the safe side and try to flash the latest Globe ROM and report back. If successful, I'll try to leave a short tutorial on how to increase the partition so that others can do the same