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31st August 2014, 01:29 PM |#11  
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Used the three commands but it doesnt take me to recovery and boots in a loop instead.

no idea
put your old recovery back on then and flash stock rom or restore your nandroid backup
 
 
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Yes. Will do it. But what if I dont have nandroid backup??
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put your old recovery back on then and flash stock rom or restore your nandroid backup

31st August 2014, 01:34 PM |#13  
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Yes. Will do it. But what if I dont have nandroid backup??

their's one in the mega thread i posted

before making any changes to your phone you need a nandroid backup copied to your PC for safe keeping
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Sure will give that a try.. I'm downloading the same.
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their's one in the mega thread i posted

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Not sure if its still the same, but with my friend's One S you had to flash the boot.img in the bootloader after you flashed the ROM in recovery.
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Not sure if its still the same, but with my friend's One S you had to flash the boot.img in the bootloader after you flashed the ROM in recovery.

not necessary on the HTC One
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not necessary on the HTC One

Even if its S-ON?
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Even if its S-ON?

makes no difference, all roms for the htc one flash the boot.img automatically
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