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Post [Q] Messed with My Sprint HTC One while adding Revolution HD 41.0

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Please help me as I tried to solve the problem with different ways and I totally messed my phone. I am very new to this.

I was running with benny's 4.3 version on my Sprint HTC One.

I downloaded Revolution HD 41.0 and used TWRP 2.6.3.0 after entering into recovery mode.

I had taken back before this. So, everything installed well. However, after reboot phone stuck on the boot screen.

I tried to find the answer. However, when I did not find it, I restored to my earlier backup.

After restoring I started facing reboot problem. So, I again tried ARHD 41.0, by wiping the data.

It again stuck on boot screen. I tried it again and again. And once formatted the device.

Later I read somewhere and copied rom again to phone by using ADB.

However, phone was getting stuck on boot screen. So , I tried to update TWRP to 2.6.3.3.

I used (twrp-2.6.3.3-m7.img) to do the same. And now my phone is not even going in recovery mode, it just restarts as I think this was the wrong TWRP version.

I cannot think any thing now. Please help. This is my new phone.

Please ask if any details required. I do not know what details to add.

Thanks in advance...
 
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ARHD no longer supports GSM. You have to follow this guide http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2503646

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Last I knew, 41 wasn't running on Sprint ... only up to 31.6. Same with TWRP 2.6.3.3 .

I think Ecliptic is the only Sense based Kit Kat ROM for now
 
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ARHD no longer supports GSM. You have to follow this guide http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2503646

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Hi,

I am following the steps in the link. Kindly suggest which ROM should I use ? Is InsertCoin 6.0-x fine ?

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I am following the steps in the link. Kindly suggest which ROM should I use ? Is InsertCoin 6.0-x fine ?

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Yes tou ca use IC up to 6.0-5. Don't use 7.0... cause it doesn't have Sprint support

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Yes tou ca use IC up to 6.0-5. Don't use 7.0... cause it doesn't have Sprint support

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Thanks. I am now able to go to TWRP. I will use IC 6.0-5.
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