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i dont understand "but idk what to do?"
 
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i dont understand "but idk what to do?"
I dont know what to do?

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haha ;d you can trust me, i know a android basics

in attachment picture of errors. other sd tried and still the same,

I try flash couple of recoveries, 2-3 ruu and at last 2.3.3 ruu gb. And things in this topic, lastest radio, hboot, downgrader etc
You are now S-ON, so something has worked

You can't flash any radios, hboot, downgrader or recovery anymore as this requires S-OFF. Stop trying this.

All you need to do is keep trying the RUU until it boots. When you try to reboot normally, does it get stuck on HTC splash screen, or bootloop?

Last resort:

- Completely reformat the sd cards to a single FAT32 partition, preferably using a card reader and gparted.
- Download the 2.3.3 GB RUU again, just to rule out a bad download.
- Put only the PB99IMG.zip on the sdcards, boot into bootloader, pray
- Or try running the RUU.exe while plugged into PC.
Device: Nexus 5 | ROM: SlimKat | Recovery: PhilZ Touch
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You are now S-ON, so something has worked

You can't flash any radios, hboot, downgrader or recovery anymore as this requires S-OFF. Stop trying this.

All you need to do is keep trying the RUU until it boots. When you try to reboot normally, does it get stuck on HTC splash screen, or bootloop?

Last resort:

- Completely reformat the sd cards to a single FAT32 partition, preferably using a card reader and gparted.
- Download the 2.3.3 GB RUU again, just to rule out a bad download.
- Put only the PB99IMG.zip on the sdcards, boot into bootloader, pray
- Or try running the RUU.exe while plugged into PC.
It stuck on HTC splash screen and reset itself.

I try reformat and download 2.3.3 again and still won't boot, still didn't see PB99IMG on sd.
 
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It stuck on HTC splash screen and reset itself.

I try reformat and download 2.3.3 again and still won't boot, still didn't see PB99IMG on sd.
Do it on pc now.

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I'm out of ideas to be honest

All I can suggest is bortak's troubleshooting guide to see if I've missed something. Read from the start, see which option you can try
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