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> Kali not booting again, Boot fail after upgrade
Steve Marinos
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Hello ladies and gentlemen

So after nearly a year decided to dust off my Gemini, yesterday decided to dualboot android/kali, everything is smooth, after a hustle to update upgrade kali (since I could not physically insert some characters), everything went fine and an older me is used to reboot after any installation, so I reboot to kali, but it does not boot anymore, It get stuck at the 1st planet screen and then nothing it is stuck there, TWRP and android boot just fine, is there anyway to fix that beside the need to re-flash all over again in which might get me to the same situation?
Thank you in advance.

Now the nagging
I cannot believe that after a couple of years things are still in the alpha phase apparently, and am not blaming the dev team rather Planet computers that after all this time we still have a less than a half working device even on android level, and the fact that they are not really backing up their claims to the fullest, leaving all the software part for a few out of the communities to work for their (planet computers) claims, honestly I cannot believe that others still backed planet cosmos device after all this unmet claims by planet computers for the price of a today flagship devices, Gemini apparently will never be the N900 successor for me. Sorry for my rant but am not even 25% satisfied of planet computers strategy hence I did not back or ever will any of their products, I would think that they are not what I would call an honest company, small or big.

Sorry about me ranting here but I am really pissed at the moment and I just want something to work on this device because I hate to think that I have invested this much money for something less than half working and that each time I decide to make it work I am facing an another wall.
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