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i try to flash recovery-clockwork-5.8.2.4 ( same result with recovery-clockwork-5.8.2.7 and ville-recovery-signed) , flashing all ok, reboot in recovery but .. o show a white screen with HTC logo and above " this is ONLY for developement bla bla bla " , or load diretcly the rom ... why?
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its all like that, its because the bootloader has been tampered with. through htc dev.

dont worry about it
 
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its all like that, its because the bootloader has been tampered with. through htc dev.

dont worry about it
ok, but recovery don't work on my One S ... how i can install root, rom,ecc if recovery fail?
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Did You flash recovery through ADB ??
 
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if I flash recovery and root the phone, what will happen if HTC push an update out? Is it OK to run the update?
 
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from what i know (coming from the sensation)

OTA Updates are fine to use, But you will lose root.

It can cause issues with bootloader (unable to gain S-OFF) But there is no S-OFF tool as of yet anyway.

Its upto you, I doubt HTC will be pushing updates out so quickly. And in a few weeks when this phone is available world wide, You will see the development sky-rocket and there will be no need for a horrible nasty stock ROM
 
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Did You flash recovery through ADB ??
yes, with the command :

fastboot flash recovery name_of_the_recovery.img

same result with booth recovery ( normal & touch )
 
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and was the flash successful ?

have you tried the command 'fastboot reboot recovery' whilst in adb ?
 
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and was the flash successful ?

have you tried the command 'fastboot reboot recovery' whilst in adb ?
the flash successful ..

C:\android>fastboot flash recovery recovery-clockwork-5.8.2.7-endeavoru.img
sending 'recovery' (5450 KB)...
OKAY [ 0.875s]
writing 'recovery'...
OKAY [ 1.536s]
finished. total time: 2.412s

do this command after flash right ? and , i forgot, all command must be done with the One S in the main hboot mený or in the submenu flashboot ?

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and the command " fastboot reboot recovery " don't work...
 
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all commands must be in fastboot. USB debugging must be enabled..

you can use the command fastboot reboot recovery anytime, it doesnt have to be after flash, it just has to be whilst your in fastboot.

otherwise use 'adb reboot recovery'

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