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[Q] Delete OTA files

10th March 2014, 08:11 PM   |  #1  
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I have an Asian version of One which is S-ON but rooted (Tampered and unlocked) with Clockwork Mod Recovery v6.0.4.6.
HBoot 1.55.0000 current os 3.63.707.4 the phone has downloaded software update 4.20.707.7 (330.06MB)

It keeps asking to install. When I say yes the phone enters recovery but there are a number of errors one of which is 'can't mount internal' but they fly by so quickly that I can't read them.The phone will then re-boot.

I'd very much like to update but I am loathe to unroot - besides I don't trust myself not to brick it.
Failing that could I simply delete the OTA files and thus do away with the install now/ later menu?
Thanks in advance for any advice.
10th March 2014, 08:40 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by ricequeen4u

I have an Asian version of One which is S-ON but rooted (Tampered and unlocked) with Clockwork Mod Recovery v6.0.4.6.
HBoot 1.55.0000 current os 3.63.707.4 the phone has downloaded software update 4.20.707.7 (330.06MB)

It keeps asking to install. When I say yes the phone enters recovery but there are a number of errors one of which is 'can't mount internal' but they fly by so quickly that I can't read them.The phone will then re-boot.

I'd very much like to update but I am loathe to unroot - besides I don't trust myself not to brick it.
Failing that could I simply delete the OTA files and thus do away with the install now/ later menu?
Thanks in advance for any advice.

You need to flash stock recovery for 3.63.x.x version for the ota to work, unlocked is OK
11th March 2014, 10:35 AM   |  #3  
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[QUOTE=mb_guy;50979947]You need to flash stock recovery for 3.63.x.x version for the ota to work, unlocked is OK[/QI

I did as you suggested and now the phone is stuck on the HTC one beats audio page????
11th March 2014, 03:58 PM   |  #4  
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[QUOTE=ricequeen4u;50994173]
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You need to flash stock recovery for 3.63.x.x version for the ota to work, unlocked is OK[/QI

I did as you suggested and now the phone is stuck on the HTC one beats audio page????

So the OTA update installed? But stops on the final reboot?
11th March 2014, 04:21 PM   |  #5  
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So the OTA update installed? But stops on the final reboot?

No it didn't install (stopped halfway through) and yes, stops on final reboot.
Recovery is either a black screen or locks on 'entering recovery'
Is it bound for HTC for repair?
11th March 2014, 04:26 PM   |  #6  
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No it didn't install (stopped halfway through) and yes, stops on final reboot.
Recovery is either a black screen or locks on 'entering recovery'
Is it bound for HTC for repair?

What do you see in recovery when it starts to install the ota? What version recovery did you flash?
No need for HTC repair
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