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Exclamation HTC One Bootloop after rooting

i Have the HTC One (m7ul) . it is free of any carriers
i am relatively new to all of this .

so i unlocked the boot loader via HTCDev and put in latest twrp.
i got cyanogen mod version 10.2 since its the latest STABLE version.

upon trying to install the ROM from twrp , it showed me -

Checking for MD5 file...
Skipping MD5 check: No MD5 file found.
Veryfying zip signature...
assert failed: getprop("ro.product.device") ==
getprop("ro.product.device") == "m7ul" |
E:Error executing updater binary in zip '/sdcard/'
Error flashing zip '/sdcard/airdroid/upload/cm-
Updating partition details...


Failed (under the box)

and i had already done a wipe so i have no OS
so it gets stuck on the *HTC-quietly brilliantly* screen

i have a mac running 10.9 on Intel i5 (if that helps in any way)
so i tried pushing the files after seeing some tutorials but was unsuccessful with the errors in terminal saying that the command is incorrect

later i got another tutorial - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1917237
and i followed the steps and used the files this user has uploaded and got this.



Please help me.
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To be honest, it just sounds like you got a bad download.

Download the rom again on your computer, and push it to your phone in fastboot mode. Make sure that the phone says "fastboot usb" as that ensures that the phone can be seen by the computer when you plug it in.

Then try flashing it again.

Also, when you push the newly downloaded rom, just put it on the root of your sd card and flash it from there.

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Hi pardoned
the problem I'm facing is that I'm unable to push the file from my laptop (mac osx10.9)
 
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Hi pardoned
the problem I'm facing is that I'm unable to push the file from my laptop (mac osx10.9)
adb devices must return one device before you can use adb push.
Not familiar with Mac, but try:
1. another usb port (direct to motherboard, no hubs)
2. restarting computer
3. reinstalling adb-sdk

* adb is not available in fastboot / hboot / bootloader
 
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Hi pardoned
the problem I'm facing is that I'm unable to push the file from my laptop (mac osx10.9)
I am on osx 10.9.1 and use homebrew for my android-sdk needs ... Are you familiar with homebrew? if not, head over to brew.sh and carry out the installation of the script. I suggest you remove all previous android sdk installations from your mac prior to installing homebrew.

Once you have installed homebrew, run 'brew install android-sdk' from within terminal and connect your device then run 'adb devices' to view the connected devices and finally run 'adb push FileNameYouWantToPush.xxx /sdcard/LocationYouWantToSaveTheFileInOnYourDevice'

FYI - to keep your new android sdk installation up 2 date simply run 'brew update'

However, If you prefer to use android transfer from google, then follow the instructions here

Hope this helps!
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