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so i got into this problem i sucessfully unlocked the bootloader using htc offficial method flashed the twrp recovery wiped everything as coming from stock rom
downloaded the slimbeam rom and the g apps and flashed it but the problem is after the htc boot screen i am getting this kind of message in red lines and then it get stuck at that i tried several other roms also still the same problem any solutions where i got wrong??
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On your PC, take the rom you're flashing and unzip it with 7zip, get the boot.img file over to where your fastboot is, then in fastboot USB mode, issue this command -

fastboot flash boot boot.img

Be sure that you're only using a rom for your phone.
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On your PC, take the rom you're flashing and unzip it with 7zip, get the boot.img file over to where your fastboot is, then in fastboot USB mode, issue this command -

fastboot flash boot boot.img

Be sure that you're only using a rom for your phone.
thanks for the reply man
and so i have to extract the rom and flash the boot image from it through flash boot and then flash the rom right?
so do i have to do this process for flashing all types of rom or this is one time only process
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thanks for the reply man
and so i have to extract the rom and flash the boot image from it through flash boot and then flash the rom right?
so do i have to do this process for flashing all types of rom or this is one time only process
You're unlocked with HTCdev.com but encrypted signature security is still there - aka s-on.

You'll need to do this with every rom flash, unless it includes an s-on kernel installer.

And if one does, those don't work 100% of the time, not the dev's fault.

This is pretty much the standard procedure for all s-on HTCs.

You can skip it if your flashing a similar rom and you're sure it has the exact same kernel as the previous one.

But you'll probably spend more time figuring that out each time than just doing the procedure.

I think most people do the rom first, then the boot.img - I think that you want to go with that.
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Thanks man really appreciated the reply
Btw can you suggest stable cm rom kernel combo and
also do I have to flash the boot. Img from the rom I downloaded?
I would be great if you provide stable cm rom :thumbup::thumbup:


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Sorry, I own other HTC models and you have to go with one for your phone.

And yeah, you want to flash the boot.img from each rom you download and try.

The boot.img contains the kernel - that ties the hardware to the rest of the rom.

They have to match up.
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So we I am also trying to flash ligux rom so we need to flash the rom and gapps in the recovery and then flash the hell boy kernel through flash boot via cmd right?

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So we I am also trying to flash ligux rom so we need to flash the rom and gapps in the recovery and then flash the hell boy kernel through flash boot via cmd right?

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If that kernel and rom combo are compatible, yes, that's it exactly for an s-on HTC.
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thanks for the reply man
and so i have to extract the rom and flash the boot image from it through flash boot and then flash the rom right?
so do i have to do this process for flashing all types of rom or this is one time only process
Everything is here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1996665
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Thank you! I'm on the app and didn't have time to find it.

Go there, do that.
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