[Q] Just reverted to stock, safe to S-ON?
So my phone was S-OFF, superCID, custom firmware, running ARHD with TWRP recovery. I carried out the procedure to revert to 100% stock, I have a Rogers HTC One but a Rogers RUU doesn't exist, however I was able to get OTA updates after reverting to stock so I'm assuming the hboot, bootloader, recovery, stock ROM are all Rogers based.
However, when reverting to stock, I used an AT&T RUU to go down to 1.26 firmware and then Rogers OTA updates took me from 1.26 to 1.29 to finally 3.22 firmware. Everything at this point is stock and hopefully Rogers based, only modification that remains is S-OFF.
I need to S-ON for warranty purposes, I know how to S-ON, but I was wondering if it safe to S-ON considering I used a non-Rogers RUU to downgrade in the first place. I read somewhere that if I try to S-ON after using RUU that isn't the same as my carrier I will brick my phone, which is something I don't want to do. So is it safe to S-ON or am I at risk of bricking my phone?
My bootloader is locked, no tampered flag, hboot 1.55, CID is no longer superCID but ROGER001 (specific to my carrier)