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[Q] 2.22.1540.3 no red text

1st August 2014, 12:53 AM |#1  
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Is there a download to get firmware 2.22.1540.3witj no red text?
 
 
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Is there a download to get firmware 2.22.1540.3witj no red text?

If you are talking about the tampered warning in the bootloader you need to be S-OFF for that
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If you are talking about the tampered warning in the bootloader you need to be S-OFF for that

I know I already am... I'm just looking for firmware 2.22.1540.3 that doesn't have the red texts in splash screen
1st August 2014, 09:09 AM |#4  
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I know I already am... I'm just looking for firmware 2.22.1540.3 that doesn't have the red texts in splash screen

see the link in the bottom of my guide in my sig (dev edition conversion)

or click HERE
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see the link in the bottom of my guide in my sig (dev edition conversion)

or click HERE

That links to 2.22.1540.1

He, and now myself, are looking for 2.22.1540.3
4th August 2014, 02:57 AM |#6  
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That links to 2.22.1540.1

He, and now myself, are looking for 2.22.1540.3

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...65&postcount=1

You should see one

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No Red Text Hboot
modelid: 0P6B12000
cidnum: BS_US001
cidnum: BS_US002
mainver: 2.22.1540.3
btype:1
aareport:1
hbootpreupdate:12
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yea, that links to the same file, which is labeled as "NoRedText_m8_hboot_dev_2.22.1540.1.zip"

Is the .1 just a typo? Also does it also have the boot.img and recovery.img removed from it?

I have been trying to remove them from the FW on Mike's page, but everytime I do winrar(on pc) and zarchive (on device) state file is corrupt
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yea, that links to the same file, which is labeled as "NoRedText_m8_hboot_dev_2.22.1540.1.zip"

Is the .1 just a typo? Also does it also have the boot.img and recovery.img removed from it?

I have been trying to remove them from the FW on Mike's page, but everytime I do winrar(on pc) and zarchive (on device) state file is corrupt

I guess it's typo. The android-info.txt read as 2.22.1540.3 and that's only hboot, no boot.img and no recovery.img

You can download to check it, only a few kb file.

You need 7-zip to extract the HTC signed firmware then remove whatever you don't want and re-zip it.
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ahhhhh 7-zip......I had a feeling I was using the wrong app, I remember doing it before(removing boot.img and recovery.img) but couldn't remember what I had to do special
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