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5th July 2014, 07:22 PM   |  #1  
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This is my wife's evo LTE. I just rooted the phone and installed trwp recovery. I accidently deleted the os. How do I get back to a stock ROM.

I have a note 2 with a custom ROM but I am no experience with HTC devices.

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This is my wife's evo LTE. I just rooted the phone and installed trwp recovery. I accidently deleted the os. How do I get back to a stock ROM.

I have a note 2 with a custom ROM but I am no experience with HTC devices.

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First off, you should provide a bit more information. Like, your hboot, your TWRP version. Second, @Magnum_Enforcer has a guide for fixing your issue.

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5th July 2014, 08:48 PM   |  #3  
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First off, you should provide a bit more information. Like, your hboot, your TWRP version. Second, @Magnum_Enforcer has a guide for fixing your issue.

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The hboot -2.10.0000
Twrp recovery 2.6

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The hboot -2.10.0000
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Being that you're hboot 2.10, that is the new partition layout. Did you run the RUU for android 4.3 sense 5? You must use a modified TWRP recovery built for the new partition. That can be found here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2639180


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Being that you're hboot 2.10, that is the new partition layout. Did you run the RUU for android 4.3 sense 5? You must use a modified TWRP recovery built for the new partition. That can be found here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2639180


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I went to that thread. I downloaded the trwp 2.7...b, I used the windroid toolkit to flash it and it says error no remote access.

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I went to that thread. I downloaded the trwp 2.7...b, I used the windroid toolkit to flash it and it says error no remote access.

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I've never used a toolkit. Ever. I suggest using fastboot.

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I've never used a toolkit. Ever. I suggest using fastboot.

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Thanks I used fastboot to flash the recovery. I am back up and running on onther ROM thanks.

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