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Unhappy Stuck at No OS Installed

Hello guys, first of. Sorry if this was answered a million times already.
Second, I have an issue I've been trying to solve for 3 days now.

3 days ago I was trying to flash a new ROM to my already-rooted HTC One (M7).
I copied all the files as usual and before I flash the new ROM I went to wipe cache, etc.
The problem is that I retardly wiped my system and "memory card" too...

Now Im stuck with no OS. and since the HTC One doesnt use a SD card, I need to use fastboot to transfer files.

Now my problem is: Files dont transfer...

I tried locking the bin, unlocking it again, I can access my TWRP recovery menu and tried to use Sideload. Nothing works.
I pretty much get stuck with this error:


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Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.

C:\Users\Me\Desktop\Root Files\Root_HTC_One_Sprint>fastboot flash unloc
ktoken Unlock_code.bin
sending 'unlocktoken' (0 KB)...
OKAY [  0.141s]
writing 'unlocktoken'...
(bootloader) unlock token check successfully
OKAY [  0.012s]
finished. total time: 0.154s

C:\Users\Me\Desktop\Root Files\Root_HTC_One_Sprint>fastboot flash recov
ery philz_touch_6.08.9-m7spr.img
sending 'recovery' (9552 KB)...
^ The above is just an example of me trying to install a new recovery, but same thing applies to "push files" and so on...

Ive done my homework and the only conclusion I can draw from all these hours of frustration is that my phone, somehow disabled USB debugging. Therefore the files cannot be copied.

:::EDIT:::

Oh, I forgot to add. I also followed the guides from: http://qbking77.com/development/how-...ne-to-stock-2/

As I go trough the steps I get an error after running the step #3 into installing the RUU (6:00 onto the video). After I get the "Verifying phone if its connected to PDA..." I get an error that says "Your phone battery is lower than 30%, please charge your phone and try again". But the thing is that my phone is at 100% battery.

Also, the information on my phone itself is:

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 ***TAMPERED***
*** RELOCKED ***
M7_WLS PVT SHIP S-ON RH
HBOOT-1.56.0000
RADIO-1.00.20.1108
OpenDSP-32.120.274.0909
OS-
eMMC-Boot 2048MB
Feb 25 2014,21:52:07.0

FASTBOOT USB

<VOL UP> to previous item
<VOL DOWN> to next item
<POWER> to select item

BOOTLOADER
REBOOT
REBOOT BOOTLOADER
POWER DOWN
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What RUU are you attempting to install? If it is the one Tim has on his website it is way too old.

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What RUU are you attempting to install? If it is the one Tim has on his website it is way too old.

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Same thing happened to me, turns out I was using an outdated RUu. Make sure it is the latest one.
 
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I personally updated my hboot and installed the latest RUU available and then updated my phone. But I wasn't interested in getting s-off, I just wanted a stock phone.
 
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I personally updated my hboot and installed the latest RUU available and then updated my phone. But I wasn't interested in getting s-off, I just wanted a stock phone.
I cant find anywhere the latest version though.

The only version I find is version: 3.04.651.2

I cant find any other except older ones.


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I also used the 2 versions from sprint posted on this site: http://www.htc1guru.com/downloads/ruu-file-downloads/


and I still get this error:

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ERROR [120]: MAIN BATTERY POWER
This error message will appear when the Android phone’s battery power is not sufficient (Batter power should be more than 30%). Although RUU will instruct you to plug in the AC adapter, it will still need to make sure that your Android phone has enough power to complete the update. (The Android phone cannot charge the battery when it is connected to the PC while installing the RUU).
 
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I cant find anywhere the latest version though.

The only version I find is version: 3.04.651.2

I cant find any other except older ones.


:::EDIT:::

I also used the 2 versions from sprint posted on this site: http://www.htc1guru.com/downloads/ruu-file-downloads/


and I still get this error:

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ERROR [120]: MAIN BATTERY POWER
This error message will appear when the Android phone’s battery power is not sufficient (Batter power should be more than 30%). Although RUU will instruct you to plug in the AC adapter, it will still need to make sure that your Android phone has enough power to complete the update. (The Android phone cannot charge the battery when it is connected to the PC while installing the RUU).

RUU - 3.04.651.2 - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2508907
RUU - 4.06.651.4 - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2658910
RUU - 5.03.651.3 - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2795856

All Credits due to O.M.J. for the posts and those who helped.

EDIT* - I believe with HBOOT 1.56 you would want to use the 5.03.651.3 version, but I would double check.
 
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Recovery shouldn't matter because when you install an RUU the recovery is replaced with stock. I don't understand your battery issue though.

---------- Post added at 05:27 PM ---------- Previous post was at 05:25 PM ----------

Don't think it would matter but maybe make sure everything is utd on your SDK manager.
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