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Hey, so I'm trying to return to 100% stock. It's been a long journey as my phone display is not working and I'm going blind here, going from screenshots, but I'm getting there. Anyways I got S-Off, flashed Stock RUU and now just wondering where I go from here?

I know I have to restore stock recovery, lock bootloader, turn S-On, and remove the tampered tag and return it to say "locked" and not re-locked, I just don't know what order and which stock recovery I need. Thanks for any help!

(bootloader) version: 0.5
(bootloader) version-bootloader: 1.57.0000
(bootloader) version-baseband: 4T.27.3218.14
(bootloader) version-cpld: None
(bootloader) version-microp: None
(bootloader) version-main: 5.14.531.1
(bootloader) version-misc: PVT SHIP S-OFF
(bootloader) meid: 00000000000000
(bootloader) product: m7_ul
(bootloader) platform: HBOOT-8064
(bootloader) modelid: PN0713000
(bootloader) cidnum: T-MOB010
(bootloader) battery-status: good
(bootloader) battery-voltage: 4308mV
(bootloader) partition-layout: Generic
(bootloader) security: off
(bootloader) build-mode: SHIP
(bootloader) boot-mode: FASTBOOT
(bootloader) commitno-bootloader: dirty-1f512bb6
(bootloader) hbootpreupdate: 11
(bootloader) gencheckpt: 0
 
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Hey, so I'm trying to return to 100% stock. It's been a long journey as my phone display is not working and I'm going blind here, going from screenshots, but I'm getting there. Anyways I got S-Off, flashed Stock RUU and now just wondering where I go from here?

I know I have to restore stock recovery, lock bootloader, turn S-On, and remove the tampered tag and return it to say "locked" and not re-locked, I just don't know what order and which stock recovery I need. Thanks for any help!

(bootloader) version: 0.5
(bootloader) version-bootloader: 1.57.0000
(bootloader) version-baseband: 4T.27.3218.14
(bootloader) version-cpld: None
(bootloader) version-microp: None
(bootloader) version-main: 5.14.531.1
(bootloader) version-misc: PVT SHIP S-OFF
(bootloader) meid: 00000000000000
(bootloader) product: m7_ul
(bootloader) platform: HBOOT-8064
(bootloader) modelid: PN0713000
(bootloader) cidnum: T-MOB010
(bootloader) battery-status: good
(bootloader) battery-voltage: 4308mV
(bootloader) partition-layout: Generic
(bootloader) security: off
(bootloader) build-mode: SHIP
(bootloader) boot-mode: FASTBOOT
(bootloader) commitno-bootloader: dirty-1f512bb6
(bootloader) hbootpreupdate: 11
(bootloader) gencheckpt: 0
1. Now with USB Debugging enabled, use nkk71's guide post 4 Step 1 Method 1. You need to install CWM or TWRP for the adb commands.
2. Then complete the manual steps Method 1 to remove "Tampered" and to "Locked" the phone. Copy and paste the commands it is easier and safer.
3. Reboot the phone into bootloader per the instructions.
4. Skip step 2, you don't need to install the RUU.
5. Now we need to put the stock recovery back on the phone. You can get the stock recovery out of the last OTA. Download it to your PC, then open the zip file. Within the zip is the firmware.zip, open it and you will see recovery.img file this is the stock recovery. Just extract it to your adb & fastboot folder.
6. Flash it like you did the custom recovery earlier.
In bootloader/FASTBOOT USB, flash stock recovery:
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fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
fastboot erase cache
fastboot reboot-bootloader
7. Going back to nkk71's guide step 3, complete the fastboot command to return to S-ON.
Step 3:
Code:
fastboot oem writesecureflag 3
NOTE: reboot 3 times and make sure it doesnt say "tamper detected - rebooting" and then shows TAMPERED again
as far as I know, this was introduced in hboot 1.55
Now you are completely stock with no hint of root.
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Ok got it. Just one last question. After I flash stock recovery will it remove TWRP? I don't want any signs of modification when I send my phone back in.
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Ok got it. Just one last question. After I flash stock recovery will it remove TWRP? I don't want any signs of modification when I send my phone back in.
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Yes, that is why you are putting the stock recovery on the phone. TWRP resides in the Recovery Partition and you can only have one recovery in that partition.
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Ok so just installed TWRP, followed the recovery steps for Locked & Tampered status and rebooted into bootloader, but it's hard to tell if it says Locked. I don't see tampered, because it would be in pink or something. Fyi if I hold a bright light up to the sensor top left I can barely see the screen, but not enough to read if it says locked or not. Is there a way to check through ADB commans or take a screenshot of the bootloader?
 
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Sorry man.. So close to finishing and I've run into another problem. Downloaded the OTA, extracted it, and then when I try to extract the recovery.img from the firmware zip it doesn't send it to the folder. I've even tried extracting the entire firmware zip to a folder, open the folder, and no files show up. :/
 
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Sorry man.. So close to finishing and I've run into another problem. Downloaded the OTA, extracted it, and then when I try to extract the recovery.img from the firmware zip it doesn't send it to the folder. I've even tried extracting the entire firmware zip to a folder, open the folder, and no files show up. :/
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