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But it does not appear in the unlockeable phones list, should I choose "All Other Supported Models" and just follow the instructions?
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But it does not appear in the unlockeable phones list, should I choose "All Other Supported Models" and just follow the instructions?
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Once you completed this procedure and have an unlocked bootloader. Should you replace the modded mmcblk0p4 with the original. I have an unlocked rooted phone, but I am unable to flash custom roms. The kernel gets flashed, but when I try to flash the rom through custom recovery I get error messages and the rom does not install properly. I have tried 3 different custom roms and get the same issues with all of them. I get error messages during the install and they seem to indicate I do not have the right phone. The error message follows:
Checking Model ID
assert failed: getpropt("ro.build.product") =="endeavoru" ll getprop"ro.product.board"0 ** "endeavoru"

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[QUOTE=Fberry;27772852]Once you completed this procedure and have an unlocked bootloader. Should you replace the modded mmcblk0p4 with the original. I have an unlocked rooted phone, but I am unable to flash custom roms. The kernel gets flashed, but when I try to flash the rom through custom recovery I get error messages and the rom does not install properly. I have tried 3 different custom roms and get the same issues with all of them. I get error messages during the install and they seem to indicate I do not have the right phone. The error message follows:
Checking Model ID
assert failed: getpropt("ro.build.product") =="endeavoru" ll getprop"ro.product.board"0 ** "endeavoru"

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Once you completed this procedure and have an unlocked bootloader. Should you replace the modded mmcblk0p4 with the original. I have an unlocked rooted phone, but I am unable to flash custom roms. The kernel gets flashed, but when I try to flash the rom through custom recovery I get error messages and the rom does not install properly. I have tried 3 different custom roms and get the same issues with all of them. I get error messages during the install and they seem to indicate I do not have the right phone. The error message follows:
Checking Model ID
assert failed: getpropt("ro.build.product") =="endeavoru" ll getprop"ro.product.board"0 ** "endeavoru"

Added 06/23
Figured it out. Thanks.

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Is there a certain trick I need to do to access the boatloader on startup? When I unlocked my Kindle Fire bootloader I had a screen during startup that let me enter bootloader. After the first time it showed the bootloader screen on my One X, I haven't seen anything on any other restart. Could it have cleared back to normal? (Noob question, sorry)

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I have rooted my phone running on pre-loaded firmware 1.85. Does this unlock bootloader method work for rooted phones on firmware 1.85? Thanks.
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I have rooted my phone running on pre-loaded firmware 1.85. Does this unlock bootloader method work for rooted phones on firmware 1.85? Thanks.
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I have a similar post on a different thread before realizing I should have posted here.


OK, I have ROOT....went to unlock bootloader, got my token, went to enter it at HTCdev....I keep getting the error message "Invalid bootloader token length" & "The submitted Token appears to be the wrong length and won't work."

I have copied the highlighted areas that I need and no matter what, I get the same error, no spaces, no margains. Here is my token if someone wants to try and see if it works.

<<<< Identifier Token Start >>>>
AEFB4D81A0EC8401BB57189772000BE1
086F6C696D81B3D184AAB201DBEA05D3
DCF25ACDFCA9532A7E87BD6F8D50FA96
DA5110C3BE2AD45A7F624A7AC1923A08
31B5256F091686B7A936943E5918D2CF
317E95A4AEE02E8A971BB11743E0A69F
0410B1ABE36505073D2FC23BE4BC3511
79A9311825C16698297A33344449BDEA
F54D3237E5E29E53E1BFABB879CAE508
385B30E69CE1D1B52C46C45C770EF0AE
23A8B283197180D10D06F61D7A95922F
98F09E048FE25FB9ACE8BDE83473D72E
E71B1CAEC5F9A3608A97346FF16C56EF
9D9B12419327A13B119E8DED5ECEB617
0532EDCBB8A3B650B9962B6A552BDA3C
9C5FB42A49C373B5CF4922D0A999AEEC
<<<<< Identifier Token End >>>>>
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