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Question [Q] How to use HTCDev Unlock with ENG S-OFF?

The title probably says it all but I'm curious if it's even possible to change the *LOCKED* to *UNLOCKED* after getting S-OFF and flashing the ENG H-Boot?

When I tried to use HTC-Dev, it gave me an error message.

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It is possible. Maybe you didn't see my reply to you in the other post.

The process is the exact same as the one with S-On bootloader. Make sure your identification code is correct and you include the header and the ending
 
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It is possible. Maybe you didn't see my reply to you in the other post.

The process is the exact same as the one with S-On bootloader. Make sure your identification code is correct and you include the header and the ending
I got it. Thanks for the tip man. Guess I had messed something up the first time I tried and it told me the unlock token was bad.

Think I copied the "INFO" parts too. This time it went through smoothly.

I'm now officially ENG S-OFF, HTC Unlocked, and SUPERCID.

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How do you flash the ENG H-Boot?

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How do you flash the ENG H-Boot?
http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...8&d=1335108356

Rename to PH85IMG.zip and place on root of external sd card.

Reboot into bootloader and install it.


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http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...8&d=1335108356

Rename to PH85IMG.zip and place on root of external sd card.

Reboot into bootloader and install it.
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Edit: What are the improvements with the ENG-HBoot rather than the Juopunutbear hboot?

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Edit: What are the improvements with the ENG-HBoot rather than the Juopunutbear hboot?
engineering boot allows for extended adb commands. im curious, why do you feel the need to unlock via htc.dev?
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engineering boot allows for extended adb commands. im curious, why do you feel the need to unlock via htc.dev?
Just wanted the word "UNLOCKED" instead of "LOCKED".

I know it makes no difference since I have ENG hboot but I wanted it anyway.

Looks better on the bootloader screen


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Just wanted the word "UNLOCKED" instead of "LOCKED".

I know it makes no difference since I have ENG hboot but I wanted it anyway.

Looks better on the bootloader screen
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Not working for me... It seems my phone wont recognize the PH85IMG.zip file on my sd card... I placed it on the card and on the internal storage...

LOCKED
RUBY PVT SHIP S-OFF RL
HBOOT-1.90.0006
e-MMC-boot

Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks!

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