Originally Posted by ankitxperia
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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