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[Guide] How to Downgrade Latest Hboot 2.00.0002>> without using HTC Dev V2

26th August 2013, 10:41 AM |#241  
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Do you have adb enabled in developer settings in your phone?

do you mean USB debugging?
yes, according to the turorial
I dont see any "adb" anywhere

edit: ok, missing install ADB drivers in the tutorilal

but the second problem, I get this error:

"
shell@android:/ $ /data/local/tmp/tacoroot --setup
/data/local/tmp/tacoroot --setup
TacoRoot: HTC Edition v1
By Justin Case (jcase)
Presented by TeamAndIRC, RootzWiki and AndroidPolice
With great assistance from Reid Holland (Erishasnobattery)
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TacoRoot: HTC Edition v1 is based on a vulnerability independently discovered by

both Justin Case and Dan Rosenberg (Rosenberg fist). I believe unrevoked and
AlpahRev were also aware of it.
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Usage:
--recovery : For this exploit to work, you must have booted recovery at least on
ce after your last factory reset.
--setup : Setup the phone for root, must be done before --root.
--root : Root the phone.
--undo : Remove TacoRoot.
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Rebooting into recovery, please press Volume+, Volume- and Power at the same tim
e, and reboot the system.
rm failed for /data/data/recovery/log, No such file or directory
link failed No such file or directory
reboot: Operation not permitted
/data/local/tmp/tacoroot: break: cannot break
shell@android:/ $
"
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26th August 2013, 12:07 PM |#242  
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Do you have ics installed? If so, tacoroot won't work, and you'll need to unlock through htcdev to root your phone.
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26th August 2013, 12:11 PM |#243  
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Do you have adb enabled in developer settings in your phone?

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Do you have ics installed? If so, tacoroot won't work, and you'll need to unlock through htcdev to root your phone.

aaah, ok

but is there any tutorial how to s-off ICS?

thx

edit: unlocked.....could you recommend any tutorial how to s-off the ICS hboot 2.0xxx?

thank you
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26th August 2013, 08:42 PM |#244  
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The only guide I've seen for hboot 2.02.0002 is this one:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2183380

Not very nicely formatted, I think, but all the steps you need are there
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26th August 2013, 08:47 PM |#245  
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aaah, ok

but is there any tutorial how to s-off ICS?

thx

edit: unlocked.....could you recommend any tutorial how to s-off the ICS hboot 2.0xxx?

thank you

After you've downgraded, don't keep the revolutionary hboot. There are issues with formatting, upgrade to one of the eng hboots, you'll find links in the index thread

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