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HTC ONE 64gb 4.06.1540.3 system update

9th January 2014, 10:48 AM |#1  
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Guys am new to HTC ONE...

Just got the device from a local guy, he claimed that the device is a Developer edition.
When to Bootloader menu and found that S-ON and Bootloader was unlocked...

Its has been rooted and TWRP installed.. ( no stock recovery in it )

so now am getting a update flash on my screen for 4.06.1540.3 (180mb)
Is it safe to do so or shall i skip it?

Currently on
Android version 4.4
HTC sense version 5.5
Software number 4.06.1540.2
HTC SDK API lvl 5.65
 
 
9th January 2014, 11:46 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by bondarun

Guys am new to HTC ONE...

Just got the device from a local guy, he claimed that the device is a Developer edition.
When to Bootloader menu and found that S-ON and Bootloader was unlocked...

Its has been rooted and TWRP installed.. ( no stock recovery in it )

so now am getting a update flash on my screen for 4.06.1540.3 (180mb)
Is it safe to do so or shall i skip it?

Currently on
Android version 4.4
HTC sense version 5.5
Software number 4.06.1540.2
HTC SDK API lvl 5.65

Sorry mate I'm no expert either but I thought you could'nt get OTA updates without stock bootlader!! confused

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Sorry mate I'm no expert either but I thought you could'nt get OTA updates without stock bootlader!! confused

Recovery not bootloader {tried editing post but could'nt}
9th January 2014, 11:47 AM |#3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bondarun

Guys am new to HTC ONE...

Just got the device from a local guy, he claimed that the device is a Developer edition.
When to Bootloader menu and found that S-ON and Bootloader was unlocked...

Its has been rooted and TWRP installed.. ( no stock recovery in it )

so now am getting a update flash on my screen for 4.06.1540.3 (180mb)
Is it safe to do so or shall i skip it?

Currently on
Android version 4.4
HTC sense version 5.5
Software number 4.06.1540.2
HTC SDK API lvl 5.65

It won't work with a custom recovery. You need the stock recovery. If he changed something in /system it will also fail.
9th January 2014, 11:49 AM |#4  
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So anyway to flash back stock recovery without messing up the device settings apps sms etc...
9th January 2014, 12:46 PM |#5  
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Find a developer edition ruu. Run it through twrp and follow aroma installer. And developer edition is usually S-OFF and bootloader unlocked already.

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9th January 2014, 01:42 PM |#6  
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Find a developer edition ruu. Run it through twrp and follow aroma installer. And developer edition is usually S-OFF and bootloader unlocked already.

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mine is S-ON...
Its a AT&T HTC ONE 64gig model...

so it means that mine is not a dev edition?
9th January 2014, 01:53 PM |#7  
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I don't no if they do a standard 64gig

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9th January 2014, 03:34 PM |#8  
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Had the same thing with my Developer Edition S-On; if you have TWRP but everything else stock you'll get the notification and download for the update, but it won't install.

I used the stock recovery from the Android Revolution download page and it worked fine. No changes to settings or data and I could install the update afterwards no problem.

Can't add the link to the download page, sorry... too few posts. Scroll down to the "click here" on this Android Revolution thread and it'll take you there.http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2183023
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