So, that is the problem. I tried to search at google but no luck, only responses were boot.img, and those are not the same. updater-script:

assert(package_extract_file("boot.img", "/tmp/boot.img"),
       write_raw_image("/tmp/boot.img", "boot"),
assert(package_extract_file("oemsbl.mbn", "/tmp/oemsbl2.img"),
       write_raw_image("/tmp/oemsbl2.img", "oemsbl2"),
assert(package_extract_file("amss.mbn", "/tmp/amss.img"),
       write_raw_image("/tmp/amss.img", "amss"),
assert(package_extract_file("splash.img", "/tmp/splash.img"),
       write_raw_image("/tmp/splash.img", "splash"),
assert(package_extract_file("appsboot.mbn", "/tmp/appsbl.img"),
       write_raw_image("/tmp/appsbl.img", "appsbl"),
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    Status(7) in an error meaning that the check for your device (with assert) failed. Are you sure you are not trying to install a ROM from another phone/model? – Matthieu Harlé Jan 18 '14 at 8:31
  • Yes, I am sure. The funny thing is that If I reboot, the ROM boots normally and.the phone is working. Isn't that odd? I can't find anywhere answer to this problem. – calexandru Jan 19 '14 at 9:48

Yes, it works. It is just a read error, but the installation is complete. On Blade 2, I had the same issue. nandbackup from CWM didn't work - this is a stock rom flashed thru CWM, and it works :)

It is very likely a CWM issue.

  • Yes!!!! I have a blade2 880+ with CWM installed. – calexandru Feb 5 '14 at 21:02

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