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New Rom for ReZound

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7th August 2014, 07:05 AM   |  #1  
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I've had the ReZound since it was first introduced. I upgraded to what I think was ICS when the leaks came out of the Verizon ROM.

It's been a while and as of late the phone has been slow. I don't know if wiping it clean when using the bootloader screen will take me back to the original OS, or if it will reload ICS.

Regardless, I need advice/ opinions. Should I try to find a JB ROM, or the newest OS available? Will the phone hardware support it without being too slow?

Pictures aren't working for me for some reason. I'll upload a screenshot of my current software as soon as I can get to my PC.

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7th August 2014, 06:59 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by bigperm20

I've had the ReZound since it was first introduced. I upgraded to what I think was ICS when the leaks came out of the Verizon ROM.

It's been a while and as of late the phone has been slow. I don't know if wiping it clean when using the bootloader screen will take me back to the original OS, or if it will reload ICS.

Regardless, I need advice/ opinions. Should I try to find a JB ROM, or the newest OS available? Will the phone hardware support it without being too slow?

Pictures aren't working for me for some reason. I'll upload a screenshot of my current software as soon as I can get to my PC.

Thanks

Try a KK ROM if you're on the latest firmware and update you're fine. You just need to unlock the bootloader through htcdev.com load a recovery, flash a ROM, then flash the boot.img since you're probably still s-on. If you want I can provide a FULL like 45 step by step by step guide.

When you unlock the bootloader it will just factory reset the phone. Nothing much.
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7th August 2014, 07:32 PM   |  #3  
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Try a KK ROM if you're on the latest firmware and update you're fine. You just need to unlock the bootloader through htcdev.com load a recovery, flash a ROM, then flash the boot.img since you're probably still s-on. If you want I can provide a FULL like 45 step by step by step guide.

When you unlock the bootloader it will just factory reset the phone. Nothing much.

I'm afraid I may need that kind of explanation. Like I said it's been a full 2 years since I messed with this at all, and I don't remember much, if anything. Apparently I don't have 10 posts yet, so I can't upload pics. I'll figure,something out.
7th August 2014, 08:14 PM   |  #4  
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I'm afraid I may need that kind of explanation. Like I said it's been a full 2 years since I messed with this at all, and I don't remember much, if anything. Apparently I don't have 10 posts yet, so I can't upload pics. I'll figure,something out.

Send me a PM. I will see if I can find my FULL guide I wrote up. Or you can find easy videos online.

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7th August 2014, 10:43 PM   |  #5  
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Send me a PM. I will see if I can find my FULL guide I wrote up. Or you can find easy videos online.

Sent From My HTC One M8 Running Insert Coin. S-OFF.

I don't think I can send PM's yet either. I'm going to try and post 10 random posts in some other threads.
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