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Captain's thread suggests upgrading to 4.13.651.4 via RUU. I am currently s-off running the early release, 4.13.651.1

Before I make that jump I want to make sure I have the procedure right... I touch this stuff so rarely now that I hardly trust myself.

Here is my plan
  1. relock bootloader
  2. run RUU and let the phone settle
  3. htc unlock
  4. run a PJ75IMG with the custom twrp recovery
  5. flash odex/deodex version

does that sound about right?
24th March 2014, 01:06 AM |#2  
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Captain's thread suggests upgrading to 4.13.651.4 via RUU. I am currently s-off running the early release, 4.13.651.1

Before I make that jump I want to make sure I have the procedure right... I touch this stuff so rarely now that I hardly trust myself.

Here is my plan

  1. relock bootloader
  2. run RUU and let the phone settle
  3. htc unlock
  4. run a PJ75IMG with the custom twrp recovery
  5. flash odex/deodex version

does that sound about right?

If you're S-OFF you do NOT need to re-lock the bootloader. I never did. You'll probably still have to unlock it after the RUU, but you don't need to relock it first. Make sure you get the right recovery (from Cap's thread). Otherwise you're on the right track.
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Originally Posted by sladehawke

Captain's thread suggests upgrading to 4.13.651.4 via RUU. I am currently s-off running the early release, 4.13.651.1

Before I make that jump I want to make sure I have the procedure right... I touch this stuff so rarely now that I hardly trust myself.

Here is my plan

  1. relock bootloader
  2. run RUU and let the phone settle
  3. htc unlock
  4. run a PJ75IMG with the custom twrp recovery
  5. flash odex/deodex version

does that sound about right?

From what I've read, through the search feature, I don't think you need to relock being that you're S-off. You may want to search that a bit more however.

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From what I've read, through the search feature, I don't think you need to relock being that you're S-off. You may want to search that a bit more however.

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Correct. You do not have to relock the bootloader if you're S-off.

OP, once you've flashed the ROM you'll need to make sure you install the latest SuperSU so you have root access.

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Correct. You do not have to relock the bootloader if you're S-off.

OP, once you've flashed the ROM you'll need to make sure you install the latest SuperSU so you have root access.

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I'm planning on installing the De-ODEX version, so i think that will already be included... I use several of the systemUI mods
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It won't be. You'll need to flash the zip in recovery. You can get the latest version in the link below:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1538053

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I ran just the zip and it worked great. Installed viper 4.0 and working great!

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