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[RUU][X920d] Stock RUU of HTC Butterfly X920d

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By fnoji111, Member on 20th February 2013, 07:02 AM
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22nd February 2013, 10:54 AM |#21  
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Ok the zip is fixed ... I will upload it as soon as I reach home, in next 3 hours or so. Link will be same.

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Interestingly I cant seem to find boot_signed.img in this update which means that needs to be added from previous update into this zip to make it a wholesome reversal to stock
 
 
22nd February 2013, 11:12 AM |#22  
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Sorry for being a noob. Just want to know the steps for unroot and relock?

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22nd February 2013, 02:40 PM |#23  
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[/COLOR]Interestingly I cant seem to find boot_signed.img in this update which means that needs to be added from previous update into this zip to make it a wholesome reversal to stock [/QUOTE]

so we can't use this?
22nd February 2013, 03:14 PM |#24  
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I will add the boot to the zip so it all works.. Someone will need to test though.. The boot can be flashed via fastboot anyways so shouldn't be a deal breaker

The link will be up on morning only, I am too late from office

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23rd February 2013, 08:48 AM |#25  
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How to flash?
24th February 2013, 03:09 AM |#26  
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OK ... I can't find any suitable signed boot image to add into this ... So have the one from a twrp backup (one version less than this Stock ROM)...should work fine.

The fixed zip is started Uploading .... will update when done.

1. Download and Rename the zip to PL99IMG.zip
2. Copy over to root of internal sdcard (/sdcard)
3. Flash the other boot.img (from boot.zip) using fastboot
4. Relock your bootloader
5. Reboot into Bootloader
6. Follow the prompts after it detects the zip
7. It should kick in the internal RUU once you select to continue on everything ...

If luck has it, you should be back to everything Stock!

Disclaimer : Try this at your risk, steps added are as per my understanding of things. Do not blame me if anything happens. Although, if something happens, it should be relatively easy to get back to custom (Unlock, Flashing, etc)

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Crap... one of the img files came out corrupted ...
24th February 2013, 03:36 AM |#27  
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24th February 2013, 05:02 AM |#28  
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Well the zip is a messed up file ... some files extracted without error but dont think its worth trying them ... and as I mentioned before there is no boot image in this one ..

So for now, I have uploaded a System and Boot backup from TWRP which should be enough to get back to Stock if required till we get a proper OTA or RUU file


Link -> http://vps.rana.sg/x920d/Stock/
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24th February 2013, 08:07 AM |#29  
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I was running the virtuous rom on my phone, and when i restored the nandroid i made of the original rom, things are back. I didnt have to flash any other boot images either. Im guessing because its the version the custom rom is based on.
24th February 2013, 10:34 AM |#30  
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I was running the virtuous rom on my phone, and when i restored the nandroid i made of the original rom, things are back. I didnt have to flash any other boot images either. Im guessing because its the version the custom rom is based on.

Did you have to re-lock bootloader?

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Did you have to re-lock bootloader?

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to restore from nandroid backup? nope. as i made the backup after rooting the phone. So essentially i am running a stock rooted rom, To get an update tho i would simply have to relock the bootloader.

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