Originally Posted by suku_patel_22
My theory is as below:
revolutionary hboot 6.98.1002 could not be upgraded to the new eng-hboot 2.00.2002 via the PG****.zip method, as the current hboot version was larger than the one we were trying to apply. Hence the solution was to use dd command for the upgrade.
This new hboot fixes the problem by modifying the version number of the hboot to make it larger than the revolutionary one and can now be applied via bootloader.
Based on this understanding, I think that there should be no differences between this and the eng 2.00.2002 one.
There should be boo reason to upgrade from 2.00.2002 to this one
Please correct me if I am wrong
Sent from a Desire S waiting for Kernel 3 sources. WAKE UP HTC!!!!
Thats about it...true but there is something more though that i am yet to find too...'more part'...but they insist there are some minimal difference between it and 2.X...though am not sure about it...
[Phone]: HTC Desire S (S-OFF Revolutionary)
[Current Config]: CM10.1 mostly...Keep Changing Roms way too frequently...Flash Addict !!!
[Android]: 4.0.4 | 4.1.2 | 4.2.1
[ROMs]: Andromadus CM10.1 | Desire XS | FallOut | MIUIv4 (JB- based)
[Kernel]: Andromadus | Patched Kernel 3.0.57
[Recovery]: 4EXTRecovery v126.96.36.199 RC 9
[Hboot]: ENG 7.00.1002