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Very long boot time htc one m8

17th August 2014, 04:06 PM   |  #21  
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Firmware was flashed successfully. You are good to go 😃
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Firmware was flashed successfully. You are good to go 😃

now, how can I remove text ""This build is for development purpose..............."?
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Try here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2710503
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I need to find out which version of the on m8 I have. How do I do that. I got it from viaero wireless

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I need to find out which version of the on m8 I have. How do I do that. I got it from viaero wireless

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Boot into fastboot and perform the "fastboot getvar all" command.


Hit "Thanks" if I was of any help.

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I would hazard a guess you have older Firmware installed on your phone and that version of Android HD requires the newer firmware of whatever carrier phone you have . Most complaining of long boot times and wifi issues is generally a result of a mismatch of firmware version . Check your firmware version in "About Phone" section of your device then check the thread of the before mentioned rom you are running and see if they are similar firmware versions .

thank you so much! i had the 4.4.2 rom and i upgraded to the official 4.4.3 using system dump. had to unlock bootloader in the process. my phone came s-off. it was booting very very slowly as the first post mentioned, 4/5 mins. after flashing this firmware, everything is perfect and back to normal. thanks a lot, without your idea id still be stuck with a slow boot!

http://forum.xda-developers.com/htc-...uu-m8-t2813792
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