Originally Posted by jwyalda
When I get to the step where I flash the new hboot, this is what I get.
C:\tbolt>fastboot flash hboot hbooteng.nb0
sending 'hboot' (1024 KB)... OKAY [ 0.395s]
writing 'hboot'... FAILED (remote: image error! (Platform check fail))
finished. total time: 0.416s
my phone is still saying revolutionary and s-off and hboot version is currently 1.17.1111
I am attempting to unroot my htc sensation 4g. can anyone help?
you do not have a thunderbolt,so this procedure will not
work. lucky fory ou your phone realized that it is not a thunderbolt,if the flash had been successful youd have had a nice brick on your hands.
for htc sensation the s-off is radio secureflag turned off,not a patched hboot. you should search the htc sensation forum for specific instructions,but in a nutshell,you need to:
-run a stock,signed
full ruu to get yourself back to the firmware/software you need to be on. this is very important. turning s-on,with a non-stock hboot will result in a brick. so run an ruu before doing anything else.
-if you changed your CID,and want to change it back to stock,do so with the command: fastboot oem writecid xxxxxxxx
where xxxxxxxx is your stock cid(example: HTC__001)
-once you have run your stock,official,signed ruu,changed your cid,then enter the fastboot command: fastboot oem writesecureflag 3
will reboot your bootloader,where you can verify youre s-on.
*also be aware that i do not reccoment s-on for any other reason that sending back the device to your carrier,or to htc.
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