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26th August 2014, 09:36 PM   |  #1  
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I have another M7 I need to return to stock but I am really struggling.

My CID is CID_02_001, I am S Off, HBOOT Version 1.54, can't find the correct RUU and not sure which Nandroid backup to use, can someone please assist?

Oh tried used Supercid but just having issues with Fastboot/ADB, damn Windows 8.1!
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26th August 2014, 10:02 PM   |  #2  
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I have another M7 I need to return to stock but I am really struggling.

My CID is CID_02_001, I am S Off, HBOOT Version 1.54, can't find the correct RUU and not sure which Nandroid backup to use, can someone please assist?

Oh tried used Supercid but just having issues with Fastboot/ADB, damn Windows 8.1!

You might try this RUU from crushalot. It should be the correct one.
27th August 2014, 08:01 AM   |  #3  
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Thannks, I will give it a go.
27th August 2014, 12:09 PM   |  #4  
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You might try this RUU from crushalot. It should be the correct one.

That is an EXE file which when I use comes up with a USB 170 Error (W8.1), so I need as new option in LINUX (UBUNTU), what is the best option from here?
27th August 2014, 01:24 PM   |  #5  
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That is an EXE file which when I use comes up with a USB 170 Error (W8.1), so I need as new option in LINUX (UBUNTU), what is the best option from here?

Just getting the USB 170 Error again, please someone help.....
27th August 2014, 02:21 PM   |  #6  
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Just wondering , why u wana flash back to stock?....
27th August 2014, 02:22 PM   |  #7  
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Just getting the USB 170 Error again, please someone help.....

if you need to get my attention just use the mention system, using @ nkk71 <-without the space (eg @simmo0020 )

anyway, once you've started the RUU.EXE, it will have created a temporary directory in %TEMP%, and within that folder you will find a 1GB+ file called ROM.ZIP <- this is the full ruu.zip which you can flash using linux


Do you intend on going S-ON??
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Just wondering , why u wana flash back to stock?....

Recycling to Enviophone
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if you need to get my attention just use the mention system, using @ nkk71 <-without the space (eg @simmo0020 )

anyway, once you've started the RUU.EXE, it will have created a temporary directory in %TEMP%, and within that folder you will find a 1GB+ file called ROM.ZIP <- this is the full ruu.zip which you can flash using linux


Do you intend on going S-ON??

Where do I find %TEMP%, yes will go S-ON at the very end.
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[QUOTE=simmo0020;55081706]Recycling to Enviophone[/QUO bro cant you just flash latest sense rom?, just wipe data /factory reset and send to them ? beats having to mess around trying to get back to stock recovery and stuff loll

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