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Help recover my Evo 4G LTE

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7th August 2014, 08:08 PM   |  #11  
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That'll do it. You need to have HTC Sync and all of the necessary drivers to run the RUU

Thank you! giving that a try now
7th August 2014, 08:21 PM   |  #12  
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that'll do it. You need to have htc sync and all of the necessary drivers to run the ruu

error [155]: Uknown error
7th August 2014, 08:23 PM   |  #13  
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error [155]: Uknown error

D'oh! I bet your bootloader is still unlocked. It needs to be relocked before running the RUU.

Fastboot command 'fastboot oem lock' ought to do the trick.
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D'oh! I bet your bootloader is still unlocked. It needs to be relocked before running the RUU.

Fastboot command 'fastboot oem lock' ought to do the trick.

You're a life saver! at least you can bet I have rooting/unrooting down for this EVO. Just like the old times
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