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[TOOL] HTC Amaze 4G All-In-One Toolkit V5.2 [6-2-2013] [PERM ROOT] [Noob-Proof]

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6th May 2012, 08:46 PM   |  #221  
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First off, awesome program. Nice job. I have a question that I wasn't able to find the answer to. If I run your program, (remove bloatware, new kernal, etc) but no perm root, will I still get the ICS from Tmobile when they finally release it?
Will these changes cause me not to receive updates OTA?

Thanks again.

Nope. You have to have your bootloader locked and fully stock.

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Does this work on ICS leak?

Yup. Kernels are not supported for ICS though so don't flash them.

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I am getting an error when I try and get my token. This is what I am getting.

'C:\Documents' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

I am running the latest version of the tool, XP, with phone plugged in to USB. I did steps 1 and 2. Am I missing something?

Thanks.

What is the full directory? C:\Documents then what? Look at post 3 for bugs. I bet your bug is already listed.
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Just wanted to add, I received my Recognized Developer status.
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Just wanted to add, I received my Recognized Developer status.

I just wanted to say thank you very much for such a great,easy & awesome tool!!This tool helps so many people out & it's so easy an n00b can use it :P
Congrats on getting your Recognized Developer status,i mean you should have gotten it a while ago ;)
Keep up the great work man.
7th May 2012, 01:53 AM   |  #224  
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Hey Hasoon


Just got an Amaze to do some testing with and am going to try out your App.

Thanks alot for your hard work.
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Can a tool like this be used to reinstall /update hardware drivers. For example could we use a tool like this to reinstall a Gyroscope or accelerometer hardware driver.
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I just wanted to say thank you very much for such a great,easy & awesome tool!!This tool helps so many people out & it's so easy an n00b can use it :P
Congrats on getting your Recognized Developer status,i mean you should have gotten it a while ago ;)
Keep up the great work man.

Great to hear you like it!

I tried applying long ago but they weren't accepting apps. Now I got the status. yay

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Can a tool like this be used to reinstall /update hardware drivers. For example could we use a tool like this to reinstall a Gyroscope or accelerometer hardware driver.

I need to add these in the toolkit. Post the links to the mods here and i'll look into it
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BTW i noticed you're in Illinois,I'm in Plainfield & i suspect you're not far away?
Also i was curious if you made easy tools for any other devices such as Samsung GSII?I think your tool should be used & thanked by everyone & sent a donation if possible,i mean you do a LOT of work for us all & hopefully everyone that uses it really appreciates all your hard work & at least gives you thanks here on this forum ;)
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I am trying to get them from either htc or the hardware manufacturer. I'll let you know when I do. Some of the actual developers may be able to extract them that would be great if anyone could...

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Thanks for taking the time to create this. I have just a small suggestion for your excellent tool.

Your batch file goes directly to the point where the user must already be in recovery and attached to a USB. A true NOOB would not know how to get there. There may be some small errors in the steps below. They are an example, and I've only entered the bootloader during the process of unlocking (so I may have some details wrong).

You could easily modify the batch file to walk the NOOB through the steps with interactive prompts:

1. Remove battery.
Hit return to continue...
2. Replace battery.
Hit return to continue...
3. Press the volume down and Power button simultaneously.
Hit return to continue...
4. Select phone in fastboot mode using the volume down.
Hit return to continue...
5. Enter fastboot mode by pressing the power button.
Hit return to continue...

From there on out it would work as written. When I ran the tool, I actually found it easier to go to the HTC.dev site and unlock the bootloader with their directions. I used your tool for flashing recovery.
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Just wanted to add, I received my Recognized Developer status.

hasoon, you made it to the front page of xda-developers!

http://www.xda-developers.com/androi...und-and-vivid/

nice one!

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