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12th March 2014, 07:57 PM   |  #1  
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Hello Guys, I can't install recovery on my HTC One X. I don't know what happened to HTC One X because it was given to me by my customer. I have installed recoveries and rooted so many HTCs but never came across problem like this
I'm stuck on Bootloop. Can't install recovery, can't boot into ROM
Tried so many solutions......
First of all what i did was i updated it's hboot to 1.39 by extracting firmware.zip from OTA Update
Everything went fine and it hboot was updated



Then i tried flashing 4 different RUUs by entering into RUU bootloader but they all got stuck on "writing zip...." left it for hour!
I tried everything like flashing custom recovery from fastboot or like flashing stock-signed recovery, fastboot erase cache blah blah....
I also tried by flashing separate img files boot, recovery, user etc...
No errors during flashing



Now the thing is i can't flash any firmware.zip file from RUU bootloader anymore. My bootloader is relocked, tried it by unlocking and relocking again but flashing went failed as i was thinking of updating hboot to 1.72



I mostly use Linux but i did try all these methods from Windows but nothing different

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ENDEAVORU XE SHIP S-OFF RL
CID-HTC__001
HBOOT-1.39.0000
Radio-5.1204. 162A. 29

Now i am charging HTC One X by a custom script made by someone else to charge it in fastboot
12th March 2014, 08:13 PM   |  #2  
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Now i am charging HTC One X by a custom script made by someone else to charge it in fastboot

OK first of all you have XE edition not PVT. In any case you can restore ICS witch RUU you try give the result from fastboot getvar all


All XE edition are S-OFF and most of them have problem with JB

EDIT: I see you flashed recovery witch recovery you flash can you go in recovery if not when you flash recovery run the command fastboot erase cache
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OK first of all you have XE edition not PVT. In any case you can restore ICS witch RUU you try give the result from fastboot getvar all


All XE edition are S-OFF and most of them have problem with JB

EDIT: I see you flashed recovery witch recovery you flash can you go in recovery if not when you flash recovery run the command fastboot erase cache

Nope i flashed 5 different recoveries but still can't enter into them and i also tried fastboot erase cache
And now that's the problem. I can't flash anything in RUU Bootloader
Always getting that error...
There you go

13th March 2014, 07:56 PM   |  #4  
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Nope i flashed 5 different recoveries but still can't enter into them and i also tried fastboot erase cache
And now that's the problem. I can't flash anything in RUU Bootloader
Always getting that error...
There you go

First run the command fastboot erase cache
Flash Philz Recovery 5.15.9 with comand fastboot flash recovery recovery.img take the recovery.img from zip
After that run the command fastboot erase cache
after this go in bootloader phone not connected to the PC and go in recovery.

Other thing if you can't flash recovery any more or what ever you want to flash, check the battery voltage with this command fastboot getvar battery-voltage if the battery is under 3800mV you must to charge the phone read this THREAD for how to charge phone in bootloader.

Report with result!
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First run the command fastboot erase cache
Flash Philz Recovery 5.15.9 with comand fastboot flash recovery recovery.img take the recovery.img from zip
After that run the command fastboot erase cache
after this go in bootloader phone not connected to the PC and go in recovery.

Other thing if you can't flash recovery any more or what ever you want to flash, check the battery voltage with this command fastboot getvar battery-voltage if the battery is under 3800mV you must to charge the phone read this THREAD for how to charge phone in bootloader.

Report with result!

Thanks for the help.
As i have mentioned above i tried everything
My battery voltage is 4009mV. I tried Philz recovery as you told me to but same result. Stuck on bootloop. Can't boot into recovery and ROM also
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Thanks for the help.
As i have mentioned above i tried everything
My battery voltage is 4009mV. I tried Philz recovery as you told me to but same result. Stuck on bootloop. Can't boot into recovery and ROM also

OK last thing Lock the bootloader and runt this RUU

Report back!
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Did you flash the 2.17 one ?
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Did you flash the 2.17 one ?

Yea! 2 different 2.17 ROMs
Do you think its hardware fault?
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Probably, if a ruu can't sort it......but unlock the bootloader, flash a custom recovery, wipe ALL even sdcard. Then relock the bootloader and run the 2.17.401 ruu again.
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Probably, if a ruu can't sort it......but unlock the bootloader, flash a custom recovery, wipe ALL even sdcard. Then relock the bootloader and run the 2.17.401 ruu again.


Now that's the problem. As i have mentioned before i can't install anything not a custom recovery not any ROM and not even a stock recovery

Thanks for your help
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