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Hey guys today when I turned my phone on nothing happened it showed the htc screen then turned off. I loaded recovery and noticed that everything on my SD card was wiped. I'm thinking even the OS is gone as well because it will not boot past the HTC screen. It stays there and after about a min or so the phone turns off. Is there a way to install the stock os in fastboot?
 
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Provide more info please. What ROM were you on? Were you on a custom kernel? Had you made any changes to the device recently? What are your bootloader details?

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Provide more info please. What ROM were you on? Were you on a custom kernel? Had you made any changes to the device recently? What are your bootloader details?

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I didn't have a custom rom installed, I was on latest stock. I was rooted and my bootloader was unlocked. I didn't make any changes to my device
 
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That's very odd, devices don't usually just wipe automatically. Anyway, just try mounting your sd card in TWRP recovery and copying a ROM across from your PC.

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That's very odd, devices don't usually just wipe automatically. Anyway, just try mounting your sd card in TWRP recovery and copying a ROM across from your PC.

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yeah it wouldn't let me do that either, I downloaded the RUU and reloaded the phone that way.
 
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Try wiping the sdcard again and then mounting it.

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Try wiping the sdcard again and then mounting it.

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It was mounted, the problem was everything was wiped from it, I managed to get my phone back up and running by using the RUU. thanks for the help guys

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