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I seek the advice of the masters here, or really anyone who can answer, lol. ATT converted to Dev Edition, 4.4, S-Off, stock recovery, bootloader relocked to run the 4.3 Brightstar RUU. Okay, tried to use stock recovery to change radio back to the 4.3, gives error remote not allowed. Tried to sideload it, not happening either. Figured I need unlocked bootloader, which makes no sense since I am S-Off. Tried to use my .bin file to unlock again, nope, says it doesn't match. That's fine, well, not really, but I can re-run to get another one, but, am I missing something here? Do I need to re-unlock bootloader to change the radio, and do I have to do it with CWM, or TWRP instead of stock?
 
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Well, it sure does require unlocked bootloader so that you can flash a radio zip using a custom recovery. Once I did that it worked fine, still can't figure out why I had to get another unlock code though, that is just strange. Anyhow, mod can close thread, I figured it out.
 
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Well, it sure does require unlocked bootloader so that you can flash a radio zip using a custom recovery. Once I did that it worked fine, still can't figure out why I had to get another unlock code though, that is just strange. Anyhow, mod can close thread, I figured it out.
FYI yes this is normal, you always need a new unlock code when your bootloader is locked again. Don't forget you can easily unlock bootloader without htcdev when you are s-off.
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FYI yes this is normal, you always need a new unlock code when your bootloader is locked again. Don't forget you can easily unlock bootloader without htcdev when you are s-off.
Wow, this is news to me, how do you do that? And, I did not know that you need a new code each time, thanks for the info. I always thought it would be the same.
 
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Wow, this is news to me, how do you do that? And, I did not know that you need a new code each time, thanks for the info. I always thought it would be the same.
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