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I need help with a huge problem. I formatted my android system, boot, user data, cache, etc. Now I get a white HTC screen and stuck on it. It won't go any further. I have a rooted phone, with CW Recovery and I can use fastboot. I cannot load anything into my sd card because on my pc it won't even appear the storage for my android. I can't put anything on the sd card I formatted that too ! Pls help !
Is there a way to do this by fastboot ? Or any other way ? Any help will be greatly appreciated ! Thanks
 
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Hi Forum

I need help with a huge problem. I formatted my android system, boot, user data, cache, etc. Now I get a white HTC screen and stuck on it. It won't go any further. I have a rooted phone, with CW Recovery and I can use fastboot. I cannot load anything into my sd card because on my pc it won't even appear the storage for my android. I can't put anything on the sd card I formatted that too ! Pls help !
Is there a way to do this by fastboot ? Or any other way ? Any help will be greatly appreciated ! Thanks
mount sdcard from recovery or use cardreader
 
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What type of HTC do you have? Youay be able to this easily in fastboot
Also does your device have a removable SD?
Also does your recovery have adb sideload?


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What type of HTC do you have? Youay be able to this easily in fastboot
Also does your device have a removable SD?
Also does your recovery have adb sideload?


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I have a HTC Sensation.
I have a removable SD
My Clockwork Recovery doesn't have adb sideload. By sideload you mean the clockwork recovery in my phone ? Or in the command line of the PC ?
 
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I have a HTC Sensation.
I have a removable SD
My Clockwork Recovery doesn't have adb sideload. By sideload you mean the clockwork recovery in my phone ? Or in the command line of the PC ?
Download a ROM, put it in your SD-Card, mount it and flash it through recovery.

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sideload is a mode within some recoveries that lets you easily flash roms/mods/etc without having it on your phone, you could look for another recovery for your phone and use that but first try to reformat sd in recovery again.
i assume you dont have a sdcard reader that you can place a rom on your card or you would have done so, but you can use adb
open a terminal in the location of the ROM you want (cd to it if you need)
adb push nameofROM.zip /sdcard
then also push gapps or whatever else you need
then flash from recovery

if the above wont work there are more ways
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