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[q] help!! My htc one m7 stuck

3rd July 2014, 11:14 AM   |  #1  
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Hello XDA,

i am stuck with my htc one m7 without OS .
I am able to get into bootloader.
Anyone can help me on how to install new OS in my htc one m7.
also, when i attach my phone in laptop running on windows 8 under fastboot it doesnot recognize my device.e
Anyone can help me fixing that.!
Thanks
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Hello XDA,

i am stuck with my htc one m7 without OS .
I am able to get into bootloader.
Anyone can help me on how to install new OS in my htc one m7.
also, when i attach my phone in laptop running on windows 8 under fastboot it doesnot recognize my device.e
Anyone can help me fixing that.!
Thanks

hello to you,

1st, my eyes are bleeding, please don't use such big size of characters when posting

what is your hboot version? windows 8.1 have issue with fastboot with phones on hboot 1.44. better to use windows 7 or a linux (i.e ubuntu) higher hboot version should be fine.
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hello to you,

1st, my eyes are bleeding, please don't use such big size of characters when posting

what is your hboot version? windows 8.1 have issue with fastboot with phones on hboot 1.44. better to use windows 7 or a linux (i.e ubuntu) higher hboot version should be fine.

yes my hboot is 1.44 . Any tweak to resolve? I want to tweak it asap

And tell me step to step instructions... i had bootloader already unlocked !!
Please help...i am feeling handicapped without my phone
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3rd July 2014, 05:51 PM   |  #4  
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Anyone please help

do you have a custom recovery installed on your phone? twrp? if no you'll need to flash a custom recovery first which will require fastboot to work either from a windows 7 pc, linux or macOS.
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do you have a custom recovery installed on your phone? twrp? if no you'll need to flash a custom recovery first which will require fastboot to work either from a windows 7 pc, linux or macOS.

Thanks for reply...i had twrp installed...but i dont left
anything with me... No os..no recovery files....
Nothing...
Mobile is like....bootloader unlocked and twrp installed
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Thanks for reply...i had twrp installed...but i dont left
anything with me... No os..no recovery files....
Nothing...
Mobile is like....bootloader unlocked and twrp installed

you can transfer a rom to your phone. use adb push or adb sideload when phone is booted in twrp recovery

Code:
adb push name_of_rom.zip /sdcard/
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you can transfer a rom to your phone. use adb push or adb sideload when phone is booted in twrp recovery

Code:
adb push name_of_rom.zip /sdcard/

give me good latest ROM link... At&t htc one m7
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give me good latest ROM link... At&t htc one m7

http://www.htc1guru.com/dld/guru_res...02-2_clsa-zip/

download the file and save it to your adb/fastboot folder.

with phone booted in recovery and connected to computer with usb cable, open a cmd prompt from that folder

adb push name_of_file.zip /sdcard/

wait for the file to transfer, this take between 5-10 min. There is no progress bar, just wait until adb report the file was transferred.

when the file trasnfer is complete, in twrp, select 'instal' and then choose the file.
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http://www.htc1guru.com/dld/guru_res...02-2_clsa-zip/

download the file and save it to your adb/fastboot folder.

with phone booted in recovery and connected to computer with usb cable, open a cmd prompt from that folder

adb push name_of_file.zip /sdcard/

wait for the file to transfer, this take between 5-10 min. There is no progress bar, just wait until adb report the file was transferred.

when the file trasnfer is complete, in twrp, select 'instal' and then choose the file.

LET ME SHOW U!! I flashed new ROM! with sideload thing... Ruu was not working...
Check this!!. but many things not working as upto mark with this..
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