[Q] I am now S-Off w/ Bootloader Unlocked using Firewater!
Okay, so now I can confirm that Firewater worked great - using the temproot method. Where do I go from here? The instructions I've found for installing TWRP were extremely confusing. I had no problems following the directions for Firewater, but this is a different story. Now that I'm unlocked and S-Off, where do I go from here?
Congrats! Well you need to flash a recovery. Get a recovery.img http://flyhalf205.com/getdownload.ph....3.4-m7vzw.img and place it on your pc in the same folder as the fastboot.exe file. Open a cmd prompt and navigate to the directory where the 2 files are. Boot the phone to bootloader (hboot). Then in the cmd terminal type
fastboot erase cache
fastboot flash recovery nameofrecoveryimg.img
Sent From My HTC One (M7WLV) S-OFF Rooted Hboot: 1.56.0000 (Unlocked) Recovery: TWRP 184.108.40.206 Baseband: 1.13.41.0109_2 Kernel: ElementalX 13.5 PRL: 15287 Rom: Stock OTA 3.11.605.1
Thank you very much! I do have some questions. Do I need to be rooted? In the bootloader screen it says I am S-Off and Unlocked, but I don't think I am rooted. I have to use the temproot included with Firewater. I downloaded a twrp .img. Am I supposed to flash that? Once that is flashed, am I free to download a custom rom?
If you are s-off and unlocked all you need to do is flash that recovery i posted, and then flash a rom of your choosing. Most every rom comes pre-rooted. I assume right now you are stock. If you want to stay stock just flash that recovery, then flash superuser thru recovery and you will be rooted.
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Where did you get the firewater download from, got a link?
Linux - Xubuntu to be specific. It seems to only recognize the device half of the time when connected to USB. It hangs indefinitely - 5 min was the longest I would wait. When I select Recovery from the hboot menu, I get a silhouette of my phone with a "NO" symbol through it. This is not normal.
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