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8th July 2014, 10:37 AM |#1  
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Can anyone provide original recovery for Mini 2 mem_ul?
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Can anyone provide original recovery for Mini 2 mem_ul?

https://drive.google.com/folderview?...EE&usp=sharing

The two Stock recoverys
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The one about 13 MB should be the right one.. The second... maybe boot.img? ?
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The one about 13 MB should be the right one.. The second... maybe boot.img? ?

They are the two stock recoverys. One from version v1.16.401.2 and other from v2.16.401.1, the new firmware version update

All the stock and oficial bi HTC Signed.
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They are the two stock recoverys. One from version v1.16.401.2 and other from v2.16.401.1, the new firmware version update

All the stock and oficial bi HTC Signed.

I'm new in HTC, how do I write the firmware on my HTC?
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I'm new in HTC, how do I write the firmware on my HTC?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/one-...-dump-t2808555
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Hey Guys ... I tried to instal the v2.16.401.1 one .. But as soon as I get to recovery menu and click on any of options (for example instal from sd card) recovery gives an error and phone reboots
this is error message
device_cw_instal : no cw files . skip cw installation
write host_mode : 0 done

invalid operation
write host_mode : 0 done
rebooting
anyone having a solution ?
phone is bootloader unlocked and s-on
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Hey Guys ... I tried to instal the v2.16.401.1 one .. But as soon as I get to recovery menu and click on any of options (for example instal from sd card) recovery gives an error and phone reboots
this is error message
device_cw_instal : no cw files . skip cw installation
write host_mode : 0 done

invalid operation
write host_mode : 0 done
rebooting
anyone having a solution ?
phone is bootloader unlocked and s-on

You cannot install recovery, boot, firmware, etc via Recovery. Needs to be flashed.. Search how to flash recovery,boot,firmware!
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You cannot install recovery, boot, firmware, etc via Recovery. Needs to be flashed.. Search how to flash recovery,boot,firmware!

You can use Flashify.
The boot partition is not locked. This means that you can flash kernels if you have them in zip's and you don't need to flash the kernel separately when you change the rom.
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