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[Q] Accidentally erased System ROM in Oneplus

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By samdubai, Junior Member on 30th August 2014, 12:09 PM
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I wanted to go back to stock CM. So I went to TWRP and erased everything. Next thing it said was that I don't have any OS in the phone.
Now I want to sideload the stock CM into to the phone.
Please tell me step by step solution as I am a nooby.

Please help.
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30th August 2014, 12:51 PM |#2  
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Of course you don't have an OS if you wiped system. Did you not put stock CM onto your device before wiping everything? Google search 'how to adb sideload' and you'll did plenty of guides. Maybe hold up on doing anything else to your device until you have a better understanding of what you're doing.

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Originally Posted by samdubai

I wanted to go back to stock CM. So I went to TWRP and erased everything. Next thing it said was that I don't have any OS in the phone.
Now I want to sideload the stock CM into to the phone.
Please tell me step by step solution as I am a nooby.

Please help.
Thanks in advance


If you lost the recovery aswell:

- fastboot mode
- download twrp recovery to your fastboot file and rename it to "recovery"
- (pc) open comand window and type "adb flash recovery recovery.img"
- open recovery
- advanced
- adb sideload
- download stock rom
- (pc) adb sideload (rom name).zip


I find it hard to believe that people who own a "hackers phone" don't save a nandroid on their pc. Still, you got your solution there.
2nd September 2014, 05:40 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by badjoras

If you lost the recovery aswell:

- fastboot mode
- download twrp recovery to your fastboot file and rename it to "recovery"
- (pc) open comand window and type "adb flash recovery recovery.img"
- open recovery
- advanced
- adb sideload
- download stock rom
- (pc) adb sideload (rom name).zip


I find it hard to believe that people who own a "hackers phone" don't save a nandroid on their pc. Still, you got your solution there.

I am now in stock rom. I downloaded it from Cynogenmod website. I have done it through fastboot adb sideload.

I saved nandroid but can't transfer that zip file to my phone. How can I side load it through fastboot?

Please help
2nd September 2014, 05:55 PM |#5  
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Originally Posted by samdubai

I am now in stock rom. I downloaded it from Cynogenmod website. I have done it through fastboot adb sideload.

I saved nandroid but can't transfer that zip file to my phone. How can I side load it through fastboot?

Please help

take a look in the backup. Are there image files in it?
You can flash image files with fastboot.

But why does USB not work in stock-rom?
2nd September 2014, 06:06 PM |#6  
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take a look in the backup. Are there image files in it?
You can flash image files with fastboot.

But why does USB not work in stock-rom?

I don't know the reason. I could not upload zip file into my phone through TWRP recovery.
So eventually I sideloaded stock rom through fastboot.
Which effectively means that I am back to unrooted and no TWRP.
Also, 33R seams to be buggy. Battery performance is still jittery and it can't detect wifi automatically. I need to switch it off and on to make it work again.

So, I want to go back to my earlier backup which was 25R. I need a fool proof process to do so.

Would really appreciate all your help
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