For HTCDEV unlocked devices :
For this reason, there is now Phiber's 2000 AAHK2, which has already grown according to your wishes and will continue to grow.
The original script was adapted, bugs were fixed, and unnecessary things were removed and slightly the HBOOT was modified.This should also work with Unlocked DHDs by HTCDEV.
#include /* * Your warranty is now void. * * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards * YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you. */
-PC with Windows XP, Windows 7 or (Windows 8)
-Charged battery at least 75%
-Original HTC USB Cable
-Make sure that the USB cable and the USB port of your phone and PC are in order (loose contact)
-Use USB2.0 port on the back of a PC ( Don't use an USB 3.0 port or USB Hub )
-If you use a laptop please charge the battery and use the Charger.
- original ROM
Original boot image ( this is not the HBOOT)
Formatted SD card (AFAT32 4KB sector size)from one of the following brands:
CAUTION: If you use an incompatible SD card, the HBOOT will not working. Android also now no longer boots. This fix is expensive and risky!
Among others the following brands lead to a soft-brick: Agfa, Hama, Trascend, No Name
-Enable USB-DEBUGGING : Settings » Applications » Development » USB debugging
-Connection Type "Charge Only": Settings » Connect to PC » Default connection type » Charge only
-HBoot-Status: *** LOCKED *** or *** LOCKED (OOW) *** or *** RELOCKED *** , or without lock status displayed
When the mode of the bootloader is "ENG S-OFF", the LOCK status does NOT play a role!
Install HTC Drivers v4.0.1.001
Start The script with Administrator Rights (aahk2.cmd)
In the main menu "1" and confirm.
Follow the instructions on the PC strictly.
If a downgrade was necessary, the procedure must be repeated. (If you dont know you have to downgrade or not, use the script it will tell you if you need it or not)
Flash the current, (modified by Phiber2000) HTC image to prevent later problems with GPS/WiFi and sound (see FAQ).
Optional: Finally, copy a Custom ROM on the SD card and flash in recovery.
HTC Driver v4.0.1.001(only if you had'nt installed already driver)
AAHK2 v2.15 - Mirror
HTC WWE 3.12.405.1 with ROOT - GPS FIX(Radio: 18.104.22.168/26.14.04.28 M) (HBoot-Image) - Mirror
Required RUU images are requested by the script: (In original Thread are more mirrors)
PD98IMG DOWNLOAD LINKS
How do I get into the HBOOT loader and which version do I have?
-Disable Fast boot: Settings »Power» Fast boot
-Switch off you phone
-Hold "Volume Down" and "Power" button
-Once the HBOOT loader appears, release the keys
-In the upper part of green written is now available the relevant information:
-0(evtl. rosarote Zeile)Lock-Status
1 ACE PVT...HBoot-Loader Modus & Security Flag
2 HBoot-...HBoot-Loader Version
3 MICROP-...not relevant
4 TOUCH PANEL-...not relevant
5 RADIO-...RADIO-Image Version
6 ...not relevant
How do I get to FASTBOOT mode?
-Start HBOOT loader (see above)
- Navigate with the volume keys to "FASTBOOT"
-Confirm by pressing the Power button
Which CID I have ?
-Start FASTBOOT mode (see above)
-On the PC, open existing Android SDK in CMD
-Type "fastboot getvar all"
-In the line "INFOcidnum ..." is now your current CID. (8 digits)
CAUTION: Apps like CID GETTER don't work properly. Because the App asks the Build.Prop and everybody could change the build.prop.
How do I install after successfully rooting the latest ROM from HTC(modified by Phiber)? (This also fixes problems with GPS/Wifi/Soumd on custom ROMs!)
-Unzip the "RUU_Ace_Sense30_S_HTC_WWE_3.12.405.1_Radio_12.65. 6 0.29_26.14.04.28_M_release_225512_rooted.zip"
-Copy the "PD98IMG.zip" as a single file on the SD card
-Start HBOOT loader and wait few seconds
-Confirm query with "Volume Up"
-After successfully flashing confirm the query with "Power"
-Remove the SD card
-Let android boot
-Insert SD card
-Delete the "PD98IMG.zip" from the SD card
If you want to help Phiber2000 to continue his work please donate to him ! The support takes also much time on Android-Hilfe.de