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Fastboot not recognizing phone after HBOOT downgrade

17th January 2014, 12:36 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by raghav kapur

It initially wasn't working thru adb. So I just decided 2 boot the phone after that. The phone is booting fine. So this is what I plan to do :
1) Copy the boot loader zip to internal storage
2) Boot CWM
3) Flash the zip
4) Lock the Boot loader and remove tampered
5) Run RUU when the phone is in fastboot

Is this the correct procedure ?

yep, sounds good.

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yep, sounds good.

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REALLY THANKS A LOOT. I really don't know how to thank you enough. My phone is back to normal
One last question: HTC UAE has told me that the phone has to be S-ON to be repaired for free. So simply running that command provided in the guide will get it S-ON right ?
17th January 2014, 01:12 PM |#13  
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Originally Posted by raghav kapur

REALLY THANKS A LOOT. I really don't know how to thank you enough. My phone is back to normal
One last question: HTC UAE has told me that the phone has to be S-ON to be repaired for free. So simply running that command provided in the guide will get it S-ON right ?

yes as mentioned in the guide, however you have to do this before updating to 3.xx because hboot 1.55 is patched for that (as mentioned in the guide)

so if you're just sending to repair, and think it's necessary go ahead with s-on. after that you can take OTA updates... then again why bother, i'm sure they'll update it in the repair center.
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