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Unlocked, S-On, No OS - flash stock?

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GodzZz
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Default Unlocked, S-On, No OS - flash stock?

Hey guys,

I want to buy a phone and it got some little problems:

Unlocked bootloader
s-on

Can boot into fastboot and TWRP.
Stucks at HTC logo (/system folder got deleted...)

Do I see it right, that I could simply install the stock version from here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2694994

With going into fastboot and do:
"fastboot flash recovery recoveryfilename.img" ?

or does this not work when the bootloader is unlocked?

I hope someone is able to help me

regards
 
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Hey guys,

I want to buy a phone and it got some little problems:

Unlocked bootloader
s-on

Can boot into fastboot and TWRP.
Stucks at HTC logo (/system folder got deleted...)

Do I see it right, that I could simply install the stock version from here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2694994

With going into fastboot and do:
"fastboot flash recovery recoveryfilename.img" ?

or does this not work when the bootloader is unlocked?

I hope someone is able to help me

regards
If you have TWRP flashed already then head over to COLLECTION of Stock backup's and grab the nandroid backup applicable to your device. If you still have access to the SDcard on device you can place it UNZIPPED/UNPACKED into the backup folder for TWRP TWRP/Backups/serialnum/ just replace serialnum with the serial number of your device which you can find even on the box... or simply opening a command prompt in adb/fastboot folder and typing fastboot devices it'll then show you device number if device gets picked up. If you have an external SD card same thing, unzip downloaded nandroid backup into folder /storage/ext_sd/TWRP/BACKUPS/SERIALNUM/

From there you can just go ahead and restore the nandroid backup through TWRP.
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GodzZz
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Great, thanks for your replay.

In this case I will buy the phone
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