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Here you go: http://d-h.st/pWw (credits to @Guich for his collection found here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2463387)

rename the file to stock_recovery.img then:
fastboot flash recovery stock_recovery.img
fastboot erase cache
fastboot reboot-bootloader

-> enter RECOVERY and you should see stock recovery.

PS: if you get a "cannot load" in fastboot it just means the filename is wrong.

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This is what I get when I try...

C:\Users\Carl\Desktop\HTC AB FILES>fastboot flash recovery stock_recovery.img
target reported max download size of 1526722560 bytes
sending 'recovery' (12046 KB)...
OKAY [ 1.466s]
writing 'recovery'...
FAILED (remote: not allowed)
finished. total time: 1.503s
 
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Probably due to a locked bootloader

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Probably due to a locked bootloader

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That's what I don't get... I'm wanting to go back stock without modding my phone again. I've got everything back stock just not my recovery.

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That's what I don't get... I'm wanting to go back stock without modding my phone again. I've got everything back stock just not my recovery.

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Are u s-off or s-on ???
And which hboot u currently hve in your phone???

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As the OP stated, bootloader is locked. End goal is stock ROM, recovery, locked bootloader.

The only way I can think to flash something with a locked bootloader is in RUU mode (fastboot OEM rebootRUU, fastboot flash zip twice). However I've only ever seen flashable CWM/TWRP zips, not stock recovery. Maybe Guru Reset ROM can be flashed this way? I dunno if Aroma will work and if you'll be able to select to flash recovery.

A little bit overkill, but is there an OTA file for your region? The firmware.zip in the OTA will contain your stock recovery.

---------- Post added at 05:08 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:54 PM ----------

Wait.. You're S-OFF and you've already removed the tampered flag. What's wrong with:
1. Make sure bootloader is unlocked, and have custom recovery
2. Flash guru reset ROM, selecting stock ROM and recovery
3. fastboot oem lock
 
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As the OP stated, bootloader is locked. End goal is stock ROM, recovery, locked bootloader.

The only way I can think to flash something with a locked bootloader is in RUU mode (fastboot OEM rebootRUU, fastboot flash zip twice). However I've only ever seen flashable CWM/TWRP zips, not stock recovery. Maybe Guru Reset ROM can be flashed this way? I dunno if Aroma will work and if you'll be able to select to flash recovery.

A little bit overkill, but is there an OTA file for your region? The firmware.zip in the OTA will contain your stock recovery.

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Wait.. You're S-OFF and you've already removed the tampered flag. What's wrong with:
1. Make sure bootloader is unlocked, and have custom recovery
2. Flash guru reset ROM, selecting stock ROM and recovery
3. fastboot oem lock
After unlocking the bootloader and flashing the stock recovery how am I supposed to use the guru reset and relock the bootloader if I haven't got a modded recovery?

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After unlocking the bootloader and flashing the stock recovery how am I supposed to use the guru reset and relock the bootloader if I haven't got a modded recovery?

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use "revone -l" (lowercase L)
 
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use "revone -l" (lowercase L)
Can you direct me to the link please

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Can you direct me to the link please

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2314582

PS: i know it says only hboot 1.44, but that is to get s-off, since you are already s-off, revone -l should work
 
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2314582

PS: i know it says only hboot 1.44, but that is to get s-off, since you are already s-off, revone -l should work
Can you please tell be the steps I need to take. Like what I do first etc

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