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16th April 2012, 02:21 PM |#11  
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well with the sensation it was possible to return everything back to stock, Including the bootloader and S-ON..

There was no way it could be diagnosed as being tampered with, If you did it properly..

But with HTCDev. youve already submitted a code (which i assume contains serial number) so all they have to do is check whether that device matches anything on their database of tampered devices. Thats why i dislike it so much..

But i need root for most of my apps so there was no workaround for me...
23rd April 2012, 03:54 PM |#12  
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I see on the One X forum S-off is under way . Can't wait to get this baby to true stock.

Just did another Google search for S-Off on the S but nothing as yet .
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