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[Q] OTA update and ROM Stock issue

30th July 2014, 01:45 PM |#1  
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Hi,

A couple of months ago, I've installed on my device the Stock ROM (odexed version) and the Stock Recovery for Android 4.4.2 (for the HTC One M8, obviously). Everything went well. (By the way, my current software number is 1.54.401.10)
Android 4.4.3 is supposed to be out since a couple of days but, when I check for updates, it says that "No update is available". I've tried with differents CIDs, HTC__203 (because I'm french), HTC__001 (because I don't know if it changes anything), even with the SuperCID and the result is always the same.

My phone is still S-OFF and marked as tampered and relocked on the bootloader.

Can anyone help me with that ?

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change to supercid, reboot the phone. check for update.

Worked for me.
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change to supercid, reboot the phone. check for update.

Worked for me.

Thanks for the reply but I've tried this 2 days ago and the result was the same. :/
30th July 2014, 03:02 PM |#4  
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It often takes longer than a couple days for the OTA to roll out to all users. Sometimes even a few weeks.
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It often takes longer than a couple days for the OTA to roll out to all users. Sometimes even a few weeks.

Alright, I'll wait for a while then.
Thanks !

I wonder, does it make a difference for my french phone to have HTC_001 or SuperCID as a CID or am I forced to use HTC__203 ?
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I wonder, does it make a difference for my french phone to have HTC_001 or SuperCID as a CID or am I forced to use HTC__203 ?

Your CID will need to match the CID required by the OTA, or SuperCID (which should pass any CID check). Did you install the stock ROM for your version, or another versions? But I don't believe this shouldn't affect your ability to receive the OTA. It will just fail the CID check when it tries to install.
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