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Default AT&T 4.4.2 RUU Rom.zip Decrypted

Here's the Rom.zip I pulled from the AT&T 4.18.502.7 RUU


Encrypted version is Removed until i find another source (file was damaged, sorry for any inconvenience )

This will work if your s-off and your modelid: PN0712000 and CID: CWS__001
or you can EDIT the Android-info.txt to match your MID and CID
Decrypted version is here >> http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407580500

Huge thanks to @nkk71 for decrypting the files
And another Big thanks to @AndroidFileHost for the source RUU
RUU_M7_UL_K44_SENSE55_MR_Cingular_US_4.18.502.7_de crypted.ROM.zip

Instructions for flashing
 

If your s-on be sure the bootloader is locked

fastboot oem lock

Copy your downloaded file to your fastboot / adb folder
Rename the file Rom.zip
open a command prompt in the same folder (shift + right click - command prompt here )

adb reboot-bootloader

fastboot commands:

fastboot oem rebootRUU

wait for the Silver HTC logo

fastboot flash zip Rom.zip

the first time you issue a command to flash firmware/ruu in fastboot it only prepares the flash. You have to issue the exact command again:

fastboot flash zip Rom.zip

most times the green status bar does not reach the 100% mark. So when the output in the command window is complete, you can reboot:

fastboot reboot


I find these files much easier to use than the RUU.exe and these can be flashed with a MAC or Linux ....Have Fun !!
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Here's the Rom.zip I pulled from the AT&T 4.18.502.7 RUU

This will work if your s-on and your modelid: PN0712000 and CID: CWS__001
Encrypted version is here >> http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407580207


This will work if you s-off and your modelid: PN0712000 and CID: CWS__001
or you can EDIT the Android-info.txt to match your MID and CID
Decrypted version is here >> http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23329332407580500

Huge thanks to @nkk71 for decrypting the files
And another Big thanks to @AndroidFileHost for the source RUU
RUU_M7_UL_K44_SENSE55_MR_Cingular_US_4.18.502.7_de crypted.ROM.zip

Instructions for flashing
 

Copy your downloaded file to your fastboot / adb folder
Rename the file Rom.zip
open a command prompt in the same folder (shift + right click - command prompt here )

adb reboot-bootloader

fastboot commands:

fastboot oem rebootRUU

wait for the Silver HTC logo

fastboot flash zip Rom.zip

the first time you issue a command to flash firmware/ruu in fastboot it only prepares the flash. You have to issue the exact command again:

fastboot flash zip Rom.zip

most times the green status bar does not reach the 100% mark. So when the output in the command window is complete, you can reboot:

fastboot reboot


I find these files much easier to use than the RUU.exe and these can be flashed with a MAC or Linux ....Have Fun !!
thanks again, much appreciated! I will give it a few more minutes but I work at 6am!
 
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I just put my One back to stock. S-on, relocked, tamper gone, etc When I try to update using the above method i get

C:\Android>fastboot flash zip Rom.zip
sending 'zip' (1519630 KB)...
FAILED (remote: 02 data length is too large)
finished. total time: 0.002s

any ideas? thank you!
 
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I just put my One back to stock. S-on, relocked, tamper gone, etc When I try to update using the above method i get

C:\Android>fastboot flash zip Rom.zip
sending 'zip' (1519630 KB)...
FAILED (remote: 02 data length is too large)
finished. total time: 0.002s

any ideas? thank you!
I just tested it and had the same problem ...I'll update when I get the new file uploaded
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I just tested it and had the same problem ...I'll update when I get the new file uploaded
I'm also having the same issue. Have you been able to figure out what is wrong?
 
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I'm also having the same issue. Have you been able to figure out what is wrong?
Well near as I can tell the RUU did not originate from HTC, someone was able to create it and sign it same as HTC would. But the files behave differently than the "Real" HTC RUU. The only solution I found was to use the True HTC RUU from 3.xx.502.x and OTA to 4.xx.502.x to 5.xx.502.x. It requires s-off to flash the OTA's so it's not the perfect solution for everyone.
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