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Default Three UK Model - Flash to stock?

My Three model comes unlocked but is already behind when it comes to firmware. It also only has the APNs for Three (so I have to manually input for any other SIM I insert) and there's an annoying splash screen.

I'm not very well-read when it comes to flashing HTC devices but am I right in thinking that there is no way to flash stock firmware without S-off and bootloader unlock? One good thing about even the Sony handsets is that you can flash stock firmware without going through hell.

If I'm wrong could someone point me in the right direction. Not the end of the world if I can't 'stockify' but it would be nice
 
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Just flash the stock Rom from Mike in the dev thread.


No need to change firmware. That would take s-off anyway.


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Just flash the stock Rom from Mike in the dev thread.


No need to change firmware. That would take s-off anyway.

Does this require boot loader unlocking or a simple flash?
 
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Unlock bootloader.
Flash a recovery through Fastboot -

Fastboot flash recovery recovery.img


Put rom on sd
In recovery backup current rom, then flash custom rom


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Hmmm I'd have to have the 'tampered' warning and lose my warranty that way wouldn't I?
Might just live with it for now. Thanks though.
 
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You won't lose warranty no.


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That's a common misconception.
Unless you broke the actual hardware, they are still liable for it

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