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[Script] AAHK2 - Root, Debrand, SIM Unlock, S-OFF, SuperCID & Custom Recovery

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By 3498BoyZ, Senior Member on 17th July 2013, 02:27 PM
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15th September 2013, 12:18 PM |#101  
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Hi ive done all this worked great unlocked but the only problem is i have no sound anyone know what went wrong or how i can sort it out.
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15th September 2013, 01:28 PM |#102  
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Hi ive done all this worked great unlocked but the only problem is i have no sound anyone know what went wrong or how i can sort it out.
thanks dave

Just to add during the process i had to downgrade to 2.3.3 had to download PD98ING-GB2 all went great but no sound on anything including calls
15th September 2013, 08:08 PM |#103  
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Ok maybe you try another rom

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15th September 2013, 09:21 PM |#104  
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Just flash the rooted ROM as described in FAQ in OP.

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21st September 2013, 05:55 PM |#105  
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This script worked flawlessly for me.I am quite an advanced user when it comes on modifying my Xperia mini but i found it quite complicated doing the same on my girlfriend's DHD.On Xperia's you only have to unlock the bootloader and then you're free to go.But on HTC's there are many more parameters.So big thanx !!!
One question : Although i debranded i still see the T-mobile logo when it boots up.Is that normal or did i failed to debrand it?
21st September 2013, 06:24 PM |#106  
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See #105. After that you're debrandet too.

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22nd September 2013, 12:19 PM |#107  
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See #105. After that you're debrandet too.

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Thanx that solved it.
25th September 2013, 04:04 PM |#108  
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Great tool, thanks Phyber and Boyz

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27th September 2013, 10:21 PM |#109  
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Thumbs up Need clarification
Dear... everyone,

First of all:
- I've checked the HBOOT screen and on top of the phone model was no lock status, which suits the guide's "without lock status".
- I run original, non rooted system, and did a system restore before using the tool just to be sure
- I was prompted to do a downgrade, which went through.
- After setting up all the requirements (USB debugging, charge only) i've used the tool again....

Now to the troubling part, it scanned for "exploits", started flashing and got stuck on the <waiting for device> message for the last 5 hours... .

The phone shows HTC logo in white (not the loading screen with the green writing).

Any suggestions ?

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The log from the cmd is in the attachment (can't post due to new user limitation)

---- Update ----
I squeezed my "prunes" tight and disconnected the device and killed the script. Surprisingly enough, the phone started like nothing ever happened.
I've started the script again and despite showing all sorts of errors I had no knowledge of, the process ended in an unlocked device .

First of all: thanks to Phiber2000 and 3498BoyZ! *thumbs up*

Second: most of these rooting guides require original rom/recovery/bootloader... once I've rooted and will be trying non-original roms, will I put myself in danger regarding any future rooting? Will I ever need to re-root the device (I understand this might be covered on the forum but I don't even know what to look for with this type of question)?

Third: 3498BoyZ, in your second post you state that one of the possible steps after rooting is to update the recovery. What does that mean? Update the OS version of whatever I'll return to in the future if I should choose to "factory reset" in the future? Does it have any implication on the rooting process done?

Thanks again for your contribution and for your patience .
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28th September 2013, 12:33 PM |#110  
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So u have unlocked the bootloader ?

Unlocked devices via HTCdev need to be prepared via Option 'h' in main menu.
This will do the downgrade too.
28th September 2013, 03:06 PM |#111  
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Indeed I did, sir :)
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So u have unlocked the bootloader ?

Unlocked devices via HTCdev need to be prepared via Option 'h' in main menu.
This will do the downgrade too.

Yes!

What I wanted to clarify anyway:
- What did you mean by "Updating recovery" in the follow-up to the OP? (Updating the recovery image or the recovery program?)
- At the end of the rooting process, Phiber2000 (or both of you ) recommend to flash the latest HTC rom. I was wondering: once I flash any custom rom on top of it in the future, doesn't it overwrite everything?

Thanks again you guys !

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